Gandee Gallery’s Current Exhibition:

Ice: Work by Bryan Hopkins and Jamie Young

Click the artist’s names to see the their work in the show: 

Bryan Hopkins                     Jamie Young

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The Gandee Gallery’s current two-person exhibition is Ice: Work by Bryan Hopkins and Jamie Young.  The show will be on view February 15 through April 6.

Jamie Young is a Syracuse-area commercial and fine art photographer who studied photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology.  His stunning photos in the Ice exhibition were taken on a 2012 trip to Iceland.  Young said “the power of nature to constanlty change the landscape is more evident in Iceland than anywhere else on Earth.”  The images in the show feature ice formations and dynamic landscapes.

Ceramist Bryan Hopkins lives in Buffalo, NY and teaches art at Niagara Community College.  He recieved his MFA in Ceramics from SUNY New Paltz.  His sculptural and utilitarian ceramics are made with porcelain “following in in the lineage of ‘fine china” and embody the physical qualities of the material, “strength, fagility, translucence”.  He will will be offering a hands-on workshop at the Syracuse Ceramic Guild’s space in the Delevan Center in Syracuse on Sat., Feb. 15.  Contact Pualani Wiley at pualani.wiley@gmail.com for more info. or to register for the workshop.

 

 

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Our Current Exhibit

Opening Reception: Sat., Feb. 15, 6-8 pm. This two-person show will feature work by Bryan Hopkins, a ceramist who lives and works in Buffalo, NY, and Syracuse-area photographer, Jamie Young.

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