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Zeuxis: My Studio

Wednesday, January 15 to Friday, February 28, 2020
Campus: 
Dayton
Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries
Audience: 
Current Students
Faculty
Staff
Alumni
The public
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About the Exhibition

In any painter's working life, the studio plays a central part, both reflecting and influencing the work produced within its walls. At some point, many an artist even turns the studio into the explicit subject matter of a painting, capturing its interior spaces and paraphernalia as illuminated by a very particular light. Such a work provides a unique insight into the artist's working process.

For "My Studio," the artists of Zeuxis have turned their eyes to their own studio spaces, affording intimate glimpses of the environments that nurture and influence their lives as painters.

Founded in 1994 in New York City, Zeuxis is an association of painters devoted to exploring the possibilities of the traditional genre of still life painting in the twenty-first century.

For more information on Zeuxis, you can visit them at www.zeuxis.us

"Zeuxis: My Studio" includes artists Leland Bell, Temma Bell, John Bradford, Neil Calander, Kathleen Craig, Phyllis Floyd, John Goodrich, Paula Swaydan Grebel, Elizabeth Higgins, Philip R. Jackson, Tim Kennedy, Deborah Kirklin, Matt Klos, Jean Koeller, Gabriel Laderman, Richard La Presti, Ying Li, Susan Lichtman, Margaret McCann, Joseph Morzuch, Edmond Praybe, Sandra Stone, Gwen Strahle, and Sheldon Tapley.

All Gallery events are free and open to the public. Visitor parking areas on campus are free, and parking at the Creative Arts Center is unrestricted on weekends. A dedicated parking space for galleries patrons is available in Lot 13. For more information, please contact the galleries at (937) 775-2978 or visit www.wright.edu/artgalleries.