ARTISAN GALLERY Exhibitions

Gallery open Tuesday-Saturday 11 AM to 3 PM and until 8 PM on Thursdays. Located at 223 State Street, Binghamton NY 13901.

Home in Each Other: Luanne Redeye

On View: 02/03/23  – 02/25/23
Opening First Friday, February 3rd, from 6-9 PM

Home in Each Other is a new series of work by Luanne Redeye. This exhibition will showcase the beginning of an exploration into the relationships we hold with each other, telling the stories of family by weaving together personal narratives, home, identity, and culture. Family and home appear different for everyone and this exhibition will explore both themes to gain a deeper understanding of the relationships to community while speaking to the complexities of the people’s lives. The exhibition will also feature recent work by Luanne Redeye that relates to the idea of building community around you, portraying others the artist has connected with.

Biography:
Born in Jamestown, NY, Luanne Redeye grew up on the Allegany Indian Reservation in Western New York. It is from here where she draws inspiration incorporating community, family, and culture into her artwork, which gives her pieces a strong personal and emotional component. Whether her art touches on the native experience, identity, or resiliency, Luanne’s work is always created through a native lens sharing her experiences, knowledge, and perspective of navigating a modern world as a native woman.

An enrolled member of the Seneca Nation of Indians and Hawk Clan, Luanne received her MFA in Painting and Drawing at the University of New Mexico.

This Glorious Place: Artwork by Aubrey Clark and Alexandra Davis

On View: 01/06/23  – 1/27/23

Come view the works of Aubrey Clark and Alexandra Davis at the “This Glorious Place” exhibition at the NEW Artisan Gallery, located on 223 State Street in Binghamton! On view from January 6th through January 27th, with an opening reception on First Friday, January 6th from 6-9 PM. This Glorious Place is a romantic response to the influence of nature. Like leaves on a tree, humans are unique but connected to a vast, ever changing support system. Art is not separate from life. It is life in all it’s splendid variations.

Aubrey Clark Biography:
At Sarah Lawrence College, Aubrey studied art during the Abstract Expressionist era. Her interest led to an MFA degree from Marywood University, where she majored in oil painting. Art History was part of the program and she has continued her study of it. After graduation, she attended an experimental printmaking workshop run by a master printmaker at the Contemporary Art Center in North Adams, Massachusetts. She did numerous residencies there over a 15 year period. Aubrey has exhibited widely and her work is included in collections in the United States and abroad.

Alexandra Davis Biography:
Artist Alexandra Davis born in 1958 in Kirchheim unter Teck, Germany, lives and works in Binghamton, New York.

Alexandra Davis earned her MFA in printmaking from the State University of New York at New Paltz and her BFA in printmaking at Binghamton University. Ms. Davis is a full-time senior lecturer of the Art and Design Department at Binghamton University, and her work is represented by the Anthony Brunelli Art Gallery, www.anthonybrunelli.com

Alexandra Davis is also the sole proprietor of Equinox Press, a personal studio and a creative space for private and group workshops in printmaking, located on 14 Washington Avenue in Endicott, New York.

Members’ Show

On View: 01/06/23  – 1/27/23

Artisan Gallery’s annual Members’ Show will be on view in the Art Path Gallery January 6th through January 27th, with an opening reception on First Friday, January 6th from 6-9 PM during our Grand Opening. The Members’ Show includes fine art from members of Broome County Arts Council.

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