Current Exhibition

September 9, 2016 to October 21, 2016
Opening Reception:
Friday, September 9, 2016 -
5:00pm to 7:00pm
  • Dominique Zeltzman
    Dominique Zeltzman, House, archival print, 36 x 8", 2016
In the Chester F. Sidell Gallery:
Tonos Caribeños
Five Caribbean artists bringing their recent work inspired by the colors, tones and forms from the Caribbean with hyperrealism influences

The Chester Sidell Gallery is delighted to have this year five Caribbean artists bringing their recent work inspired by the colors, tones and forms from the Caribbean with hyperrealism influences; the details on their compositions and the colorful work transport our minds to these artists worlds.

 Melanio Guzmán -  Moca, Republica Dominicana.

Karina Rodriguez - La Romana, República Dominicana.

Eddy Ochoa Guzmán - Cuba

Erick De Leon Medina- San Cristóbal, República Dominicana

Francisco Collado - San Cristóbal, República Dominicana 

In the Elizabeth A. Beland Gallery:
On the last day while drawing in Iceland on Monterey Beach you were doing Tai Chi closing up shop while holding a toddler in the doorway where I was nursing on my cell phone when two women with cancer crossed the street in Baltimore while you posed in
Paris and I missed you ice climbing down the stairs getting laid off and losing your mind with me watching from the crosswalk

Thirteen-foot blue pigmented images of people in stages of leaving, growing away, and dying, paper the walls of the Beland Gallery in Dominique Zeltzman’s immersive sound and paper installation. Relentless domestic internal monologue permeates the space—narrated interviews on leaving, her daughter practicing mandolin, voice mail messages from her mother with dementia. Framed 36”x7” images of paintings on photocopies of the original portrait snap shots, scanned, and printed again, mimic the transition and departure of the subjects who leave behind physical traces and memory.

Community Artist Exhibition:
Mary Ann McArdle
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