Local art venues display potential gifts for the holidays
This holiday season local arts and crafts venues will showcase works ranging from paintings to pastels, from ceramics to silk. The venues are varied as well; one is celebrating its 61st birthday while another is just 2 weeks old.
The Everson Museum prepares for its fall and winter exposés with existing art
When she became director of the Everson Museum of Art, Elizabeth Dunbar said she wanted to integrate the museum's collection into many future shows and to explore new ways of exposing and celebrating the museum's holdings. Three Graces, the Everson's primary exhibit for fall and early winter, and Gods and Monsters: Three Centuries of Portraiture both illustrate that Dunbar was dead serious in her discussion of future plans.
A new show at ArtRage Gallery focuses on significant world issues
ArtRage Gallery's current show features work by an artist deeply concerned with human rights, war and peace, and other issues.
A Conscious Allusion displays a full selection of Nicora Gangi’s recent works
Edgewood Gallery offers an impressive show in a small space. A Conscious Allusion displays a full selection of Nicora Gangi's recent works; a slew of small sculptures co-created by R. Jason Howard and Doug Williams; and 12 necklaces made by Gail Sustare.
Apostrophe’ S hopes to bring innovative art and events to the North Side
For a recent college graduate, receiving a diploma in the fine arts can make it difficult to map out a career. But there are some who know exactly what they want to do with their futures.
The fall season of 2015 includes an extensive schedule of art galleries
It's clearly difficult to categorize the 2015 autumn art season. Two shows embrace baseball themes, and one touches on the Three Graces of ancient Greek and Roman mythology. Other exhibitions discuss subjects ranging from UFOs to the impact of outside cultural influences on artists.
Arts writer Carl Mellor visits Utica’s MWP Institute for a dazzling show of French impressionists
Monet to Matisse: The Age of French Impressionism, at Utica’s Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, serves a scrumptious four-course feast.
Artwork by Susan Roth covers numerous mediums at Everson Museum
Handmade: The Art of Susan Roth, on display at the Everson Museum of Art, showcases works by an artist who has been on the move for four decades. Roth has created pieces large and small, experimented with materials, straddled the line between painting and sculpture, and played with color, form and, most of all, surface.
Some of the best photos shot by readers of the Syracuse New Times of the 2015 Street Painting Fesival
The 2015 Street Painting Festival on July 25 illuminated Montgomery Street in downtown Syracuse with an array of colors and creativity. Below are photos submitted by our readers, showcasing their talent.
Photographer Ben Cleeton’s gallery, titled Green Eyes: El Viejo, displays the struggle of a convicted criminal to continue supporting his family
Photographer Ben Cleeton’s Green Eyes: El Viejo, on display at the Community Folk Art Center, deals with a time of crisis for a Syracuse family. Cleeton documents a six-month period when Luis Charlesman, also called Green Eyes, was out on bail and awaiting sentencing for felony possession of heroin. The exhibit moves beyond involvement with the courts to discussion of a family context, to Charlesman’s ties with his wife and two stepdaughters.