Recollection

Celebrating 15 Years of Exhibitions at BlackRock Center for the Arts

Exhibition on View

Opens
September 8, 2018

Closes
October 13, 2018

Meet the Artists Reception

Saturday, September 15 | 2-4 PM

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As part of a year-long celebration commemorating the 15th anniversary of BlackRock Center for the Arts, the nonprofit arts center is pleased to present Recollection, an exhibition featuring a selection of artists who have shown their work in our galleries during the past 15 years. The Recollection exhibit includes works by 47 artists in a range of media, to include drawing, painting, collage, photography, printmaking, sculpture, assemblage, glass, fiber, clay and wood.

The exhibiting artists are Fran Abrams, Christian Benefiel, Ronald Beverly, Sabine Carlson, Eric Celarier, Chris Chernow, Chayo de Chevez, Lesley Clarke, Bobby Coleman, Jacqui Crocetta, Joel D’Orazio, Catherine Day, Oletha DeVane, Lisa Egeli, Ric Garcia, Mark Giaimo, Aziza Claudia Gibson-Hunter, Carol Brown Goldberg, Lee Goodwin, Pat Goslee, Matthew Grimes, Sean Hennessey, Ellen Hill, Scott Hutchison, Melanie Kehoss, Kit-Keung Kan, Zofie King, Chee Kung, Renee Lachman, Amy Lin, Tamryn McDermott, Anne Marchand, Greg Minah, Lincoln Mudd, Cory Oberndorfer, Beverly Ryan, Deanna Schwartzberg, Mike Shaffer, Bobbi Shulman, Ellen Sinel, Michael Enn Sirvet, Diane Szczepaniak, Marsha Staiger, Renee Van der Stelt, Sharon Wolpoff, Jenny Wu and Joyce Zipperer.

Since opening in the Fall of 2002, BlackRock has been continuously presenting a vibrant series of solo and group exhibitions highlighting the work of hundreds of visual artists from across the region. Each year the community has the opportunity to connect and engage with both emerging and established artists presenting their work in the two beautiful gallery spaces. The Recollection exhibition, which is presented in both The Kay Gallery (on the main level) and the Terrace Gallery (on the upper level), was curated by Anne Burton, the Gallery Director at BlackRock. Admission to the exhibition and the galleries is free.