Changing Perspectives: Photography
November 16, 2014 – January 4, 2015
Curated by Michael Froio
All Aboard was a celebration of railroads in the American landscape presenting an exhibition that details some of the most transformative times in railroad history. Featuring eight renown photographers, including selections from David Plowden and Jim Shaughnessy courtesy of the Center for Railroad Photography & Art as well as the work of Ron White, Mel Patrick, Scott Lothes, John Sanderson, Travis Dewitz and Michael Froio. Alongside railroad artifacts and memorabilia, this exhibition, guest curated by Michael Froio, highlighted the history and nostalgia the railroads evoke and the landscape it has traveled and changed for over 150 years.
Who’s Your Mama: Visions of Our Mentors
September 21–November 2, 2014
The National Association of Women Artists is a pioneering women’s art organization, 800+ members strong and celebrating its 125th Anniversary in 2014. This exhibition depicts, discusses and honors the roles that mentors have had on our work and lives as women artists.
The Neo-Outsider: The New Outsider Artist
June 29 – September 7, 2014
The new outsider artists are housewives, policemen, optometrists, truck dispatchers, art directors, dumpster divers, potters, autistic children, grandfathers, mental patients, school teachers, engineers, lawyers, librarians…Artists who have found their “very unique world,” which has no rules and which does not rely on technique or skill.
What’s So Funny? Humor in Art
May 9 – June 22, 2014
From the light hearted and whimsical, to satire and parody, this juried exhibition offered wit for the visual sense. Featuring comically inspired artworks in a variety of styles and media, What’s So Funny? Humor in Art challenges the misconception that fine art is strictly a serious matter.
Expressions of the Natural World
March 16–May 4, 2014
Artists are sensitive to the natural world around them in ways that historically have amazed and intrigued. Observation and representation of color, light, form and patterns have given birth to entire art movements while organic and ecological artworks have raised our collective consciousness about human beings’ connection to the earth. This juried exhibition featured artworks in a variety of styles and media.
Covered in Gold
America Hits the Road: A Cultural History of the Road Trip
Art of Illusion
March 4 – April 29, 2012
This juried exhibition of artwork presented a link between perception, appearance and reality. Works can explore ideas of expectation and illusion while displaying a visual image that is not quite as it first appears. Illusionist art is represented in a variety of styles including but not limited to trompe l’oeil, photorealism, surrealism, 3D, hidden elements and optical illusion.
Give Peace a Chance
March 6 – May 8, 2011
A special exhibition celebrating John Lennon’s life and legacy with images and stories offering visitors a seat on the edge of their bed during John and Yoko’s famous eight day Bed-In for Peace protest held in 1969. Over 40 large-format images by photojournalist Gerry Deiter capture the essence of the happening and are the centerpiece of the exhibition.
George Segal, Everyman: Sculpture, Painting and Drawing
February 28 – April 11, 2010
The Museum presented an exhibition of works by internationally acclaimed artist George Segal, featuring his signature life-size cast sculptures, as well as portrait and still life paintings and drawings.
Art on Paper: A Juried Exhibition
April 23 – June 27, 2010
This exhibition focused on artwork in a range of paper-based media including monoprints and limited edition original prints, artist books, drawings and paintings on paper, photographs and wall-mounted paper sculpture. Juror: Bruce Waldman, School of Visual Arts Faculty Member and a Director of the New York Society of Etchers.