CressGallery

CURRENT EXHIBITION: Monica Cook <em>Milk Fruit</em> 2015, animation still <em>Crop Duster </em> 2013, Private Collection of Joshua Rechnitz, Ny, Ny <em>Okay Mountain</em> exhibition view, Spring 2012 <em>21st Century Sculpture</em>: Mark Andreas / Ryan Wolfe / [dNASAb], Spring 2008 Jade Townsend: <em>Born Between</em>, Fall 2008 Sarah Wagner: <em>Nuclear Family</em>, Fall 2008 UTC Department of Art <em>Juried Student Exhibition</em>, Spring 2008 Johnston Foster: <em>Sticky Situation</em> & Chrisitine Gray: <em>Gazer</em>, Fall 2009 Jered Sprecher: <em>Drift</em> & Rob Nadeau: <em>Primal Scene</em>, Spring 2009 Kahn & Selesnick: <em>Apollo Prophesies</em> and <em>Eisbergfreistadt</em> Spring 2010 Kahn & Selesnick: <em>Apollo Prophesies</em> and <em>Eisbergfreistadt</em>, Spring 2010 <em>“Le Deluge, Apres Mao” China’s Surging Creative Tide</em>, Fall 2010 Michael Vasquez: <em>What Comes with the Territory</em> & Rose Freymuth-Frazier: <em>Whispering Sisters</em>, Fall 2010  Wendy White, Fall 2011 Diane Marek Visiting Artist, discusses her exhibition <em>6 Years / 6 Works</em> Wendy White, Fall 2011 Diane Marek Visiting Artist, discusses her exhibition <em>6 Years / 6 Works</em> Ian Pedigo, <em>Living Daylights</em>, Spring 2011 Matthew Deleget <em>Color Vulture</em> from his Fall 2012 exhibition <em>Pictures at an Exhibition</em> Michael Scoggins <em> A Day in the Life </em> exhibition view Fall 2013 Keetra Dean Dixon and JK Keller<em>We Keep Having this Conversation/<em> Sept 16 - October 21,  2014 Cress Gallery & Diane Marek Visiting Artist Series at Southeast Arts Presenters Summit Greg Smith <em>Breakdown Lane Orrery</em> October 28 - December 9th 2014 (Photo Credit Northlight Imaging) Greg Smith <em>Breakdown Lane Orrery</em> October 28 - December 9th 2014 (Photo Credit Northlight Imaging) Michael Scoggins <em>Dog Fight 2013</em> from his Fall 2013 exhibition <em>A Day in the Life</em>  Michelle Segre: <em>Sculpture and Drawings</em> exhibition view, Spring 2014 Michelle Segre: <em>Sculpture and Drawings</em> exhibition view, Spring 2014 Summer Wheat:<em> Few and Far Between</em> exhibition view, Spring 2013

Events

October 9, 2012

Matthew Deleget Artist's Lecture
The Diane Marek Visiting Artist Series
Tuesday October 9, 2012, 5:30pm
UTC Fine Arts Center Room 356
followed by an opening reception for Deleget's
Pictures at an Exhibition
Open to the public; admission is free!

October 8 - 11, 2012

The Diane Marek Visiting Artist Series 2012-13:
Matthew Deleget October 8 - 11, 2012
Artist's Lecture October 9, 5:30pm, UTC Fine Arts Center Room 356.

Merging painting with conceptual, process, and installation strategies, Matthew Deleget’s reductive abstraction creates a rich sensory experience in response to the broad plurality of our contemporary world. In addition to his artistic practice, Deleget writes, curates, and advocates for the arts, and is co-founder of the gallery Minus Space, a platform for the international promotion of reductive art located in Brooklyn, NY. (Full schedule of events open to the public to be announced soon.)

Upcoming:  Summer Wheat: February 11 - 14, 2013
Artist's lecture February 12, 5:30pm, UTC Fine Arts Center Room 356.


September 2, 2012

 The Cress will be closed for the Monday September 3, 2012 holiday. Normal hours 9:30 am - 7:30 pm Monday - Friday and 1:00- 4:00 pm Saturday and Sunday resume on September 4, 2012

August 28, 2012

Across The Board: An exhibition selected from the personal collections of UTC Department of Art Faculty
sets the Cress in full sail for the 2012-2013 exhibition schedule.  With 42 works from 18 collections,
and a variety of media from video to sculpture, conceptual to oil on canvas, and Suzuki to sock puppets,
this exhibition is determined to provoke comment and conversation.

The exhibition runs through September 30, 2012.
Don't miss this!

Please note the Cress's expanded hours, evenings and weekends.
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Gallery Hours

9:30am - 7:30pm Monday - Friday

1:00pm - 4:00pm Saturday and Sunday
closed holidays and during exhibition transitions.