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Student Artwork Update: Debra Magid

Monday, November 9th, 2015

We are pleased to present artwork by SVACE student Debra Magid! Debra created her artwork in conjunction with the following courses: “Figure Drawing II” with Susan Hambleton and “Watercolor Painting” with Andrew Chang.

Susan Hambleton

Pastel drawing by Debra Magid

Debra writes: “After a career of over 35 years as a designer working in the fields of Exhibit, Retail, Restaurant and Signage design, I have once again rediscovered my Fine Arts roots and have rekindled my love of drawing.  With a BFA in Industrial Design, for my entire professional life I have been a problem solver, responding to the restrictions of clients needs and schedules.”

Pastel drawing by Debra Magid

Pastel drawing by Debra Magid

“Now, back as an artist, I refuse to be bound by those issues.  The work shown here is the joyful exploration of the intersection of the human form and color. Experimenting with scale, composition and medium, I am exploring how the basic human form can be interpreted and rendered to be both “real” and imaginary.  The two large pieces are pastel; the smaller ones are watercolor. They were all drawn from live models in classes with Susan Hambleton and Andrew Chang.”

See Debra’s work in our exhibition space at 380 2nd Avenue, 8th floor, until November 30th!

Pastel drawing by Debra Magid

Pastel drawing by Debra Magid

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Student Artwork Update: Matt Cauley

Sunday, November 8th, 2015

We are pleased to present artwork by SVACE student Matt Cauley! Matt created his Raw Sienna series of paintings in conjunction with the courses, “Paint Your Own Vision” with Seth Michael Forman and “Portrait Painting” with John Parks.  See Matt’s work in our exhibition space at 209 East 23rd Street until November 30th!

Seth Forman

Painting by Matt Cauley

Matt writes:

“The Raw Sienna series has no determined boundary. The story occurring outside the canvas is equally as important as what is depicted within.

Each viewer will supply their own narrative to the works, their own thoughts on the location and events, whether viewing an individual painting or the interaction that forms between collected works on display.

As each new showcase of work can vary in layout and orientation, every viewing will yield a new and unexpected narrative.”

John Parks

Painting by Matt Cauley

According to his website, Matt has an extensive background in the visual arts. Born in Dallas, he moved to New York in 1992 to attend Parsons School of Design, obtaining his BFA in Illustration. He has continued his painting studies here at SVACE in the aforementioned courses. Matt’s art has been published and featured in both group and solo art exhibitions. In addition to painting, Matt is also an accomplished illustrator and toy designer. Matt currently resides in Queens with his wife, his pets, his ever-increasing collection of vintage toys, and is “generally avoiding housework in the pursuit of visual creativity.”

See more of Matt’s work at his website, on Facebook, and on Instagram!

Seth Forman

Painting by Matt Cauley

Seth Forman

Painting by Matt Cauley

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Student Artwork Update: Robert Tagliani

Monday, October 5th, 2015

We are pleased to present artwork by SVACE student Robert Tagliani! Robert created his artwork in conjunction with the following courses: “Basic Graphic Design” with Skip Sorvino, “Getting Started with Photoshop” with Tina Fong, “Taking Photoshop Basics to the Next Level” with Tina Fong, and “Color Theory for Designers” with Richard Mehl.

Robert writes about the psychological and pictorial aspects of his process:

Artwork by Robert Tagliani

Artwork by Robert Tagliani

“My art exposes my individual working methods and the banality of the artistic process in general. My prints and drawings primarily reference imagery taken from photographs that capture intimate situations in my life and my close surroundings, thereby encapsulating considerably personal experiences. I am undeniably intrigued by classic representational portraiture. However, I intend to investigate more deep, non-linear aspects underlying an integral aesthetic depiction, such as the organic unity of instinctual and psychological elements inherent in rendering an image. The process of filtering those personal experiences through the language of drawing is an intuitive dialogue between my materials and myself, where every action determines the one to follow. This process enables me to examine how an image is constructed and how it can best represent the humanity of its subjects.”

See Robert’s work in our exhibition space at 380 2nd Avenue, 8th floor, until October 31st!

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Student Artwork Update: Roque Rey

Sunday, October 4th, 2015

We are pleased to present artwork by SVACE student Roque Rey! Roque created his sculptures in conjunction with the course, “Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture” with Nicolas Touron.  See Roque’s work in our exhibition space at 209 East 23rd Street until October 31st!

Ceramic sculptures by Roque Rey

Roque writes: “I started this collection as an exercise on interacting geometric shapes. It just happened: legs ambled along a path of human relations and emotions. Inevitable, the addition of an inflatable valve took these pure geometries down a road of perdition and sin…  No – of lust and pleasure.”

Ceramic sculptures by Roque Rey

See more of Roque’s work at his website, on Facebook, and on Instagram!

Ceramic sculptures by Roque Rey

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Student Artwork Update: Writing and Illustrating Children’s Books

Monday, September 14th, 2015

Visit our office to see artwork by SVACE students in the course, “Writing and Illustrating Children’s Books” with Katie Yamasaki! The exhibition features artwork by Amelie Persson, Julia Franques, Richard Sansone, Sibba Hartunian, and Sibu Puthenveettil, on view at 209 East 23rd Street until September 30th!

“Creating Children’s Books,” and other related illustration courses, begins next week!

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Artwork by Amelie Persson (l) and Julee Kim (r)

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Artwork by Rick Sansone

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Artwork by Sibu Puthenveett

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Artwork by Sibba Hartunian

 

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