Rosenberg Gallery Exhibits
Exhibit Dates: November 13 to January 15, 2020
Dream Journal features the work of three Baltimore-area artists who present paintings and painted collages that are unselfconsciously expressive while working within the somewhat ambiguous logic of a diagrammatic or architectural system.
Exhibit Dates: August 27 to October 13
Summer Daze, a group exhibition in Rosenberg Gallery, features work that is brightly colored, in slightly ambiguous settings.
HOP SCOTCH: FALLON CHASE, SASHA FISHMAN, DANNI O'BRIEN
Exhibit Dates: April 9 to May 10
Hop Scotch, a group exhibition in Rosenberg Gallery, features work that is aesthetically youthful and feminine.
Drop Shadow: Alex Dukes, Rachel Hayden, and David Ubias
Exhibit Dates: January 29 to March 16
Drop Shadow is a group painting exhibition featuring three artists who utilize a graphic design sensibility to explore a flattened space that is recognizable but highly stylized.
Exhibit Dates: November 5 to December 20
Collapsed Coordinates is a two-person exhibition, featuring photography and sculpture by Beki Basch (Baltimore, MD) and Jacob Zimmerman (Newark, DE). Basch and Zimmerman present their individual series of works as evidence of formal and imagined parallels gleaned through investigation, travel and a focused lens.
LaToya M. Hobbs: Sitting Pretty
Exhibit Dates: August 18 to October 25
Sitting Pretty exhibits 15 large-scale woodcut and mixed media monotype portraits by LaToya M. Hobbs that confront European expectations of beauty and hairstyle with boldness, rebellion, self-conﬁdence, and a spiritual consciousness. Her work serves as a platform to deconstruct disparaging imagery of the black female body, and resurrects a visual commentary grounded in the expansive experience of black aesthetic expressions.
Student Art Showcase 2018
Exhibit Dates: April 14 to May 25
The Annual Student Art Showcase is open to all Goucher College students who have taken studio art classes during the 2017-2018 academic year. Jeremy Stern, an artist and arts administrator, currently serving as Creative Alliance’s exhibitions and programs manager, will be choosing this year’s award winners.
ROSE ANDERSON: RELICS OF INDUSTRY, NATURE AS SANCTUARY
Exhibit Dates: February 28 to April 9 (Please note Goucher College will be closed March 17-25 for spring break)
Rose Anderson gathers photographic specimens while searching wild, untouched places for whispers of humanity in nature. She combines moments captured in different times and places to illustrate a story outside the time, space, and social constructs that enclose the human narrative. Her work imagines a world in which all of today's conversations have gone silent, and non-human characters have usurped human roles.
TIMOTHY J HORJUS: SUBVERTED SUBLIME
Exhibit Dates: January 17 to February 26.
Horjus creates artwork that functions aesthetically within the framework of high formalism and the stylistic tendencies of post-painterly abstraction. His paintings are pretty and handsome, and visually cling to the antiquated ideals of modernism, however, through a conceptual base and contemporary references, they also function within the current cultural discussion of information transmission.
HELEN GLAZER: WALKING IN ANTARCTICA
Exhibit Dates: October 18, 2017, to January 12, 2018.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Superheroes: The Real Story
Exhibit Dates: September 2 to October 11, 2015
In this solo exhibition, Dulce Pinzón uses photography to document what she says are the perfect examples of a hero who has gone unnoticed.
Alex Ebstein: Plastic Images
Exhibit Dates: June 10 to August 31, 2015
In Plastic Images, Alex Ebstein uses both the flexible nature of perception and the substrate material of PVC yoga mats. The imagery on the slippery barrier between observational and subconscious, allows for and invites individualized experiences and focus.
Exhibit Dates: January 20 to March 29, 2015
In Better Homes, Heather Boaz’s mixed-media works blur the line between still-life and collage. Using images cut from home improvement books and decorating magazines, she places them in various environments to create domestic spaces that are enticing, yet disorienting.
From Above: Cities, Centers, and Systems
Exhibit Dates: November 20, 2014 to January 4, 2015
In From Above: Cities, Centers and Systems, Julie Jankowski explores the world from vast distances. Threaded with environmental queries, socio-political quandries, and collective trauma as a conceptual basis for her projects, she references satellite images and analytical data maps to explore the dynamics of cause and effect among the engineered and natural world.
Curvature of the Earth
Exhibit Dates: September 8 to November 3, 2014
In Curvature of the Earth, Joyce Anitagrace presents mixed-media works concerning several inter-related ideas between logic and art.
Shifting Ground: Selected Paintings 2008-2014
Exhibit Dates: June 5 to August 31, 2014
In Shifting Ground: Selected Paintings 2008-2014, paintings trace the trajectory of Greg Minah's work , an evolving process and distinct style characterized by the physical manipulation of paint, canvas, and movement.
2014 Student Art Showcase
Exhibit Dates: March 10 to May 23, 2014
In the annual exhibit at Goucher College, students who have taken studio art classes during the academic year showcase works juried by the art department faculty and installed by Laura Amussen, Director of Exhibitions, along with student gallery assistants.
Joseph Hyde: Certain Trees
Exhibit Dates: January 11 to March 2, 2014
In Certain Trees, Joseph Hyde uses photography to capture various aspects of unspoiled landscapes, weathered branches, and protruding land masses.
Julia Sutliff: Sundry Moods
Exhibit Dates: September 6 to November 1, 2013
In Sundry Moods, Julia Sutliff's paintings celebrate nature, places left uninterrupted by humans--the wilder, the better.
Katherine Mann: Colony
Exhibit Dates: April 1 to May 24, 2013
Katherine Tzu-lan Mann's paintings show how patterned, highly-wrought, decorative elements coalesce from the chaos and contingency of an organic environment--and how they dissolve into that environment again.
2013 Student Art Showcase
Exhibit Dates: April 1 to May 24, 2013
In the 2013 Goucher Student Art Showcase, an annual exhibit at Goucher College, students who have taken studio art classes during the academic year showcase works juried by the art department faculty and installed by Laura Amussen, Director of Exhibitions, along with student gallery assistants.
Paul Jeanes, the Clearing
Exhibit Dates: January 9 to March 24, 2013
Jeanes' newest cycle of works, The Clearing, is based on images and memories from a recent drive across Iceland, from Reykjavík to the majestic glacial lagoon Jökulsárlón.
Margaret Murphy, A Ten-Year Survey
Exhibit Dates: October 17, 2012 to January 4, 2013
In Margaret Murphy, A Ten-Year Survey, Decoding the Marketplace: coupons, dollar stores, and eBay, a new art exhibit at Goucher College, Murphy finds inspirations in everyday life and turns them into a critical dialogue about contemporary culture.
Everything Else Falls Away
Exhibit Dates: September 10 to October 14, 2012
In Everything Else Falls Away, a new art exhibit at Goucher College, Regina Tumasella explores the dynamics of chance, nature, and the human condition through layered paint.
Exhibit Dates: June 20 to September 2, 2012
In Stratachrome, Baltimore-based artist Kelly Walker draws from a mixture of her surroundings to create vibrant works layered with unusual materials.
Exhibit Dates: January 24 to March 4, 2012
In Cosmic Manifesto, Rybicki hopes to persuade viewers to think about depth and consider what may lie beneath the surface of life.
Marty Weishaar: SEA I MADe IT
Exhibit Dates: October 25 -December 4, 2011
In Sea I MADe IT, Marty Weishaar forms symbolic relationships between traditional and nontraditional materials with various historical approaches, such as intuitive abstraction and conceptualism. Connections are made-between two-dimensional and three-dimensional projects, battle ships, systematic abstract paintings, diarist drawings, airplanes, and bridges.