As the recipient of a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, Nori Lupfer traveled Russia, Brazil and Europe photographing circuses. Her photographs celebrate the human form by capturing quiet moments within stunning and dramatic circus performances. In this collection, by transferring photograph to print through a solar plate etching process, Lupfer translates these actions from crisp, sharp images to soft, textured works.
This exhibition, Do You See What I See? , reflects three of my interests: European armor, video game art, and sea life. I wish to convey some of the feelings, excitement, interest and wonder I have for these subjects through sculptural and print mediums. The works are not deeply symbolic, but are instead intended to be enjoyed as art for art’s sake.
Union College is hosting their third annual LGBTQ exhibition on display now through Sunday, June 12 in the Nott Memorial. The exhibition provides an opportunity for the Union community – including students, faculty and alumni – to share their take on issues surrounding the LGBTQ community with the community at large.
The Australian aboriginals created about creation. Their art is deeply tied to their religion, which centers around their creation story, “Dreamtime” when the gods walked and created the earth. Their link between art, land, and spirituality struck me, for “paintings, like the landscape itself, are considered to be not merely representations of the ancestral past but also manifestations of the ancestral beings themselves and a means of establishing contact with them”