Sculpture in Minor

May 18th – June 11th, 2006

The three artists included in this exhibition are graduating students with visual arts minors with a focus on sculpture. There are approximately 16 works, all that reveal a strength in both technical skill and artistic vision. Aaron Agostino’s small steel pieces are lyrical, linear abstractions and his black and white photographs are similarly elegant and abstract. John Erianne’s work involves the process of inflating steel – creating delicate, weightless feeling, biomorphic forms which are in fact made of solid, heavy steel. Marty O’Brion’s work involves creating the expression of emotions through male and female steel figures posed in expressive positions atop mirror glass which reflects and amplifies their forms.