|“9th Annual Juried Photo Show”||Exhibit by: 30 + Photographers
||January 12, 2017 – February 16, 2017
UConn Stamford Art Gallery Board was pleased to announce its 9th Annual Juried Fine Art Photography Show in the Art Gallery. Over 70 photographs were on display from over 30 area photographers. The Gallery showcased photographs across 5 categories from amateur and professional photographers. Fine art photos in black & white or color were viewed in the following categories: People and Portraits, Landscapes and City Scenes, Animals, Pictures That Tell a Story, Other Artistic and Creative Expressions.
||By Peter Ciccariello
||February 27, 2017 – April 6, 2017 CANCELLED
UConn Stamford Art Gallery Board would have been pleased to announce Peter Ciccariello’s work. But do to an unforeseen occurrence he was not able to display his inspiring art. Ciccariello is an outlier, whose adoption of 3D modeling, points to a social change in praxis for language artist.
||By Kat Cope
||April 17, 2017 – May 25, 2017
UConn Stamford Art Gallery Board was pleased to announce Kat Cope’s “Onward March”, a mixed media sculpture exhibit.
|“A Picture is Worth a Thousand Pictures”
||By Rachel Burgess
||May 31, 2017 – July 15, 2017
Rachel’s work is about memory. She grew up in New England and most of her pieces are inspired by aspects of the landscape that stood out to her as a child. Rachel is interested in the discrepancy between what we experience and how we remember it; the way we take a specific moment and turn it into an abstract memory. Her landscapes depict places, as they exist in her mind’s eye, as a collection of key colors, or a memorable silhouette. She aims to capture an essence or mood, rather than a detailed rendering.
|“Scene By Two”
||By Malu Tan & Donald Rainville
||September 11 – October 19, 2017
Scene by Two brings together two colorist painters, Donald Rainville and Malu Tan. While with very different visual results, both artists showcase their interpretation of the landscape, having particular focus on the unwavering beauty and majesty of trees.