Rosenberg Gallery Exhibits
HELEN GLAZER: WALKING IN ANTARCTICA
Exhibit Dates: October 18, 2017, to December 18, 2017.
Helen Glazer spent seven weeks exploring the Antarctic wilderness with her camera. The exhibition of photographs and sculpture, based on 3D scans, takes the viewer over frozen lakes, around massive glaciers and icebergs frozen into the sea ice, into a magnificent frozen ice cave, up gravel-covered windswept mountains, and through a lively colony of Adelie penguins. Visit the Walking in Antarctica gallery page.
Stephen Towns: A Migration
Exhibit Dates: August 16, 2017 to October 16, 2017.
A Migration is a collection of new and previous works highlighting the migration of Africans to the Americas. These works provided Towns an outlet to process all that he has learned about the violence of American history and imparted a framework on how to navigate and articulate the current anger and frustration that exists throughout the nation and the world. Visit the A Migration gallery page.
Erin Fostel: The Weight of Absence
Exhibit Dates: June 10, 2017 to August 13, 2017
The architectural drawings in The Weight of Absence came about as Fostel grieved the loss of her father. He was an architect who enjoyed exploration, especially around Baltimore City. Fostel created this body of work to serve as both a commemoration of his life and a relief from the heartbreak of his death. Visit the Weight of Absence gallery page.
2017 Student Art Showcase
Exhibit Dates: April 17, 2017 to May 19, 2017
The showcase features the work of Goucher College students who have taken studio art classes during the 2016-2017 academic year. Visit the Student Art Showcase page.
Michael Stevenson: Your Strengths Made You Stronger When You Were Younger
Exhibit Dates: Friday, February 24, 2017 – April 9, 2017
Michael Stevenson’s paintings in Your Strengths Made You Stronger When You Were Younger are affirmations of action in the face of uncertainty. They are metaphors for the need to move forward even when the direction is unclear. Drawn from ideas arising out of recent political changes and the artist’s personal experience over the last couple of years, his work’s motifs are forms outlined but not described, narrative suggested but not explained—the paintings are mute and stubborn in their being, but are still there. The history of the paintings’ makings are part of the experience the paintings give, like a wall covered in posters, torn. Visit the Your Strengths Made You Stronger gallery page.
Greg Mort – eARTh – The Art of Stewardship
Exhibit Dates: December 20, 2016 – February 22, 2017
Greg Mort is a widely recognized American contemporary artist whose signature images combine his twin passions for science and nature. Throughout his career Mort has recognized the power of imagery and used art to share his passion of promoting environmental awareness. The Art of Stewardship calls out to those who speak the language that is universally understood. One that has the potential to raise awareness, inspire, and celebrate our role as “stewards” of our tiny oasis in space. Visit the eARTh - The Art of Stewardship gallery page.
Tanya Ziniewicz: Enwind
Exhibit Dates: October 19, 2016 to December 18, 2016
Imperfection. Surface. Time. Transformation. These are the seeds of Tanya Ziniewicz’s inspiration. Her paintings and prints are wrought with organic forms that emerge and intertwine, suggestive of rhizomes, ribbons, neurons, or strands of muscle tissue. Each work wavers between definition and ambiguity, inviting the viewer to discover a unique interpretation and association. Visit the Enwind gallery page.
Andrea Huppert: Tentative Nature
Exhibit Dates: August 17, 2016 to October 16, 2016
In this body of work, Andrea Huppert’s mixed media works are grounded in visual metaphor and abstraction. By pairing symbolic imagery culled from the natural environment—such as twigs, nests, and birds—with an opus of shapes, lines, and colors, her work alludes to opposing forces and constant change. Visit the Tentative Nature gallery page.
Kate MacKinnon: Maximum Value
Exhibit Dates: June 14, 2016 to August 14, 2016
In this body of work, Kate MacKinnon's paintings depict her observations of Solar Cycle 24. Visit the Maximum Value gallery page.
2016 Student Art Showcase
Exhibit Dates: April 21, 2016 to May 20, 2016
The showcase features the work of Goucher College students who have taken studio art classes during the 2015-2016 academic year. Visit the Student Art Showcase gallery page.
Amy Boone-McCreesh: Shared Histories
Exhibit Dates: January 25, 2016 to March 28, 2016
In this solo exhibition, Amy Boone-McCreesh uses collage and a variety of mixed-media processes, past elements and new compositions to create a cyclical and unifying visual experience. Visit the Shared Histories gallery page.
Peter Stern: Land beyond the Water
Exhibit Dates: November 20, 2015 to January 3rd, 2016
In this solo exhibition, Peter Stern seeks out and photographs the most unusual and visually compelling landscapes in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Visit the Land beyond the Water gallery page.
Vision: Christina Tarsell and Emily Tarsell
Exhibit Dates: Friday, October 16, to Wednesday, November 18, 2015
The two artists, daughter Christina and mother Emily Tarsell ’86, were inspired by the experience of light, color, and texture of the physical world, while also exploring physical materials to externalize concepts and feelings, the stuff of inner visions. Visit the Vision gallery page.