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Two Sculptors

Cool GreyWendy Klemperer and Steven Brower

Atrium Exhibition
January 28 – March 6 2008

This exhibition features the work of two mid-career sculptors living and working in Brooklyn. Wendy Klemperer’s sculptures are raw steel armatures that take horses, wolves and dogs as their subject matter, using the immediate energy and power of those natural forms to explore internal states. She notes: “The sculptures are not ultimately about animals as anecdotes or records of an actual creature. They use the body language of animals to express an emotional state. The driving force of the work is the dynamic line running throughout, conveying raw energy within a sinuous form.”

Steven Brower’s work proceeds from a self-reflective examination of the process of making art and an interest in de-coding that practice. He remarks: “…one of my biggest concerns is with the act of making things, and making things myself, as a product of curiosity in, research of, and experimentation with the world around me. As a result I’ve make lots of things; models, machines, furniture, shoes, houses, tools, food, books, as well as all that ‘traditional’ artwork.”

Beyond Good and EvilArts Atrium Gallery
Visual Arts Building
Union College
Schenectady, NY 12308

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Image title: Cool Grey by Wendy Klemperer
colored wax, wire, 21 X 26 X 7″

Image title: Beyond Good and Evil by Steven Brower
mixed media

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