Enjoy an exciting line-up of renowned sculpture artists on display at Cerbera Gallery during the 27th International Sculpture Conference. Our intimate showcase features works by Tyler Lotz, Akio Takamori, Ken Price, Kensuke Yamada, Jamie Bates Slone among others. Opening on THU, October 26, 5-8pm 2017. Learn more
27th International Sculpture Conference:
Cerbera Gallery’s “Sculpture Salon”
Oct. 21 – Nov. 25, 2017
“Sculpture Salon” Opening Reception:
THU, October 26, 5-8pm R.S.V.P.
“Gallery Hop” and Artist Talk:
FRI, October 27, 4-10pm R.S.V.P.
“No Regerts“ – Sculptures & Bloody Marys:
SAT, October 28, 11am-4pm
This exhibition is curated by Cerbera Gallery.
Enjoy an exciting line-up of renowned sculpture artists on display at Cerbera Gallery’s Sculpture Salon (27th International Sculpture Conference). Our intimate showcase features works by Tyler Lotz, Akio Takamori, Ken Price, Kensuke Yamada, Jamie Bates Slone, Kyungmin Park, Keira Norton, Kwok Pong “Bobby” Tso, Kimberly LaVonne, Shiyuan Xu, Harris Deller, Yoonjee Kwak, Brandi Withington, Brady McLearan, Bob Schultz, Rain Harris, Joey Watson and many more.
Tyler Lotz’s sculptures and vessels have been shown internationally in solo and group exhibitions since 1998. His work has been acquired by collections including the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, in Missouri, and the Icheon World Ceramic Center in Korea. Having received his BFA from Penn State and his MFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, Tyler is currently a Professor teaching at Illinois State University.
Kwok Pong “Bobby” Tso‘s recent body of work is a metaphor for him to express the importance of this miscellaneous, compact relationship. Through reconstruction, he processes his work methodically, allowing himself to flow through a predefined process, picking up each part to investigate, look for a new angle, explore the characteristics of different materials and express their qualities of balance, weight, and texture, rather physical or conceptual.
Jamie Bates Slone‘s focus of her work lies in the state of the human condition, the delicacy & fragility of the human construct in an emotional and physical sense. “Through conjured memory, I revisit my family’s history with illness and premature death. My sculptural work is a reflection of those memories with an emphasis on the relationship between human biology and human emotion.”
First Friday April: 4pm – 8pm
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Thu, Fri from 1-6pm and Sat from 11-6pm.