Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Bruce Turner





Fly Away With Me!!    

     Flying and the feeling you get when you fly has always fascinated me.   Flying my sailplane or a Cessna or in a helicopter or the 1929 New Standard biplane at Rhinebeck Aerodrome at low altitude is a rush that no one should miss.  Wings of flight is a majestic conquering of the bonds that hold us to mother earth.  I may cover the frame with aluminum so it stands out in my backyard.  Bruce Turner.  Spring 2017.

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Leah O'Brien


Leah O'Brien
Synergy
2017
Paint chips
5' x 6' x .125"
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Sunday, May 21, 2017

Pull The Pin

Laura Nagle

  

Laura Nagle
Reincarnation
2017
Glazed Ceramic, Nylon Filament
6' x 10' x 8'

Every single organism on this planet requires water to thrive. Though water is constantly in a state of flux and forever transforming, all of it has already existed since Earth's creation. The water that you and I consume every day, along with the water that is moving through this tree at this very moment, has already passed through and aided the survival of countless beings. If water was sentient, imagine all of the memories and experiences it would possess from previous lives.

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Rachel Cardwell




Untitled
Rachel Cardwell 
27' x 21' x 15'
Concrete, fishing line, steel 

 This piece explores the tension between a heavy weight and a fragile support system. The piece reflects on the struggle with mental illness. Any small issue in the support causes the whole piece to fail.  





Friday, May 19, 2017

Bricks


Bricks

25" x 72" x 14"

Steel, foam, fabric, plastic, acrylic paint

Joseph Gardner and Andy De Vito



Joseph Gardner & Andy De Vito

38"x 72"x 48"

Steel, paper, plastic, tape, fabric, acrylic paint

Laundry





Laundry 

32"x 54"x 32"

Wood, carpet, cotton fabric, acrylic paint, foam

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Brenna Smith



Brenna Smith
Barrier
2017
Mixed Media and Performance with Violin
72"x60"x48"

This piece represents the mental barrier I put between myself and the outside world. I'm afraid of rejection, so I'd rather be inside a cage that I make for myself than open to the judgments and perceptions of others. Performing with my violin within the confines of my barrier represents the
safety that I feel within the walls that I’ve created for myself, while simultaneously expressing my desire to be able to communicate with those outside of that barrier.




Curb Alert








Ali Ruffner
Curb Alert
2017
Instillation- salvaged wood pallets, recycled furniture, y’all
40’ x 55' x 7' 

For UD students, move-out season is a time of excitement, stress, and unparalleled wastefulness. It is not unusual to see entire bedroom and living room sets left on curbs or taken away by for-profit junk removal services.

CURB ALERT is a social event to connect students and residents alike with resources for donating unwanted items to local organizations for redistribution. The project aims to intersect awareness and action, engaging the campus community on an accessible platform to create a shared experience that is at once social and didactic.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Taylor Schomp










Branded

White Ceramic Clay, Ceramic Glaze, Glass

Spring 2017

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Becca Heringer









Heavy Petal
Records, Steel Rods
3' x 12' x 6'

The seeds of music are forever recorded in each one of these albums. Our perennial music continues to flower with each revolution of a record, keeping our experiences and memories ever-blossoming.








Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Duncan Parcells




Duncan Parcells
"Critter High-rise"
2017
Steel, Found Object
7'x2'x1.5'

This sculpture is an exploration of architectural form and scale. The
tranquil nature of the garden violently meets, the cold, chaotic construction
of a Dystopic high-rise- like mesh of steel and retrofitted junk.

Monday, May 1, 2017

Rachel Cardwell




Rachel Cardwell
Nature’s Altar
Rope, yarn, bells
10' x 10 x 10'


I was interested in creating an interactive experience for Art in the
Garden. With the confusion of modern life there is a need for a quiet
moment. By making reference to other religious ceremonies, I
created a tactile, visceral, and whimsical experience. A sacred place
that is reminiscent of the fantasy of childhood and the awe of the
spiritual.

Friday, April 28, 2017

Taylor Schomp















Taylor Schomp
Scribbles
White Clay, Brown Clay, Steel
Spring 2017



The first image children draw when first learning how to draw, scribbles seem simplistic in nature.  This piece investigates their understated complexity when forced to interact in the 3-dimensional world.  Though each scribble is different in size and shape, when stacked, they cease to exist as single objects and rather become extensions of one another.

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Spring Break



                                                             SPRING BREAK
                                         What more can I say. The sculpture speaks for itself.