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JULY 9 - AUGUST 7, 2015

 


New York, New York - The Jane Hartsook Gallery is pleased to present the recent works of Andrea Clark in her New York City solo exhibition debut. An artist originally from Kentucky, Andrea was selected by a three person panel to participate in Greenwich House Pottery’s ten month resident artist program. This exhibition showcases the work that she has produced during her time here. It highlights her delicate, varied ceramic experimentations in form, color, texture, and light. Over her tenure at GHP Andrea sourced materials and experimented with scale, surface, and technique to create some truly unexpected pieces.

 
Fog

 
Daybreak

 
Rainbow II

 
Fire


"My current work concentrates on constructing objects out of folded paper painted with porcelain. Through this intricate process of making, I re-familiarize myself with the object. By reducing it to a permanent, solid, material form I seek to release the object's immaterial essence. I perceive the end of my time at Greenwich House Pottery as the beginning of my experimentation with the essence of objects." –Andrea Clark

 
Arrangement VI (picnic)

 
Arrangement VII

 
Windows

 
Churches

 
Churches (detail) Empty/Full with hexagons

 
Still Life with Roe's Hand

 
Milk Cartons

 
Milk Cartons (detail)

 
Cascading Leaves

 

Andrea Clark (b. 1990) received her BFA from the University of Kentucky in 2013. Clark has exhibited in Seattle, Cincinnati, Michigan, Kentucky, and the Netherlands.

The 10-month Residency Program is designed to foster the artistic development of emerging or established artists by providing them with studio space, time, and materials in the heart of the artworld. The residency culminates with a Solo Exhibition in our Jane Hartsook Gallery.                                         

Learn more about the 10 month Resident Artist Program here.

 

Press Release

Artist's Page

Press: C-file 1/12/16

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  This program is supported by the Windgate Charitable Foundation, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, the Allan Buitekant Fund for Ceramic Art & Inquiry, the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.                                         

 

 

       

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