Francis Cape James Clark Judy Pfaff
October 5- December 8, 2018
Reception: November 2 from 6-8 PM.
The Esther Massry Gallery Celebrates Ten Years Featuring Three Renowned Sculptors
The Esther Massry Gallery celebrates its tenth anniversary with the exhibition, Sculptors ReCollected: Francis Cape, James Clark, Judy Pfaff. All three artists presented solo shows in the former Picotte Hall gallery almost two decades ago. British sculptor, Francis Cape (2000) reintroduces elegant constructions from his Cabinets series based on English Victorian vernacular woodworking. Brooklyn sculptor, James O. Clark (1994) explores the ephemerality of light and its symbiotic relationship to static form. MacArthur Fellow, Judy Pfaff (1990) continues to break new ground with her installations, prints and drawings. Pfaff held the inaugural exhibition, Paperworks, Year of the Dog, Pig, Rat, Etc. opening the Esther Massry Gallery in 2008.
“Saint Rose has a strong tradition of nurturing and celebrating great art, and we are proud to welcome back these important artists who have made such an impact on our community,” said President Carolyn J. Stefanco. “We’re especially happy that they are helping us celebrate a milestone in the history of the Esther Massry Gallery and the ongoing generosity of the Massry family.”
The show opens on October 5 and runs through December 8; all three artists will attend the reception at 6-8 p.m. on November 2.
Gallery Hours: Monday–Saturday, noon–5 p.m., Wednesday-Thursday, noon-8 p.m.; closed Sunday.
Closed Columbus Day, October 8 and Thanksgiving, November 21-25.
Open 1st Fridays, October 5, November 2, December 7 from 5-9 PM
For more information, contact gallery director Jeanne Flanagan at 518-485-3902, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone the Art Department at 518-485-3900.