Exhibitions

Pierre Daura: Inspired by Religion

January 20 - March 7

The Vase Project: Made in China

January 20 - April 18

Chinese Artifacts from the Collection

January 20 - April 18


  

Holy Family Daura paintingPierre Daura: Inspired by Religion

January 20 - March 7

Opening reception: Tuesday, January 21, 4 - 5 p.m.

Paintings and sculpture of the Holy Family, saints, and other figures in Christian art from the collection of the Daura Gallery, inspired by the medieval Catalan art of Daura's homeland.

 

Chinese vase detailThe Vase Project: Made in China

January 20 - April 18

Opening reception: Tuesday, January 21, 4-5 p.m.

Landscape in Blue Qing Hua (blue and white vases) from Jingdezhen, China that explore contemporary industrial-landscape imagery in the context of the traditional idealized landscape. The exhibition, curated by Barbara Diduk of Dickinson College and coordinated by the Lafayette Art Galleries, also raises questions about the nature of replication, interpretation, and originality.

 

Jade pieceChinese Artifacts from the Collection

January 20 - April 18

Opening reception: Tuesday, January 21, 4-5 p.m.

Carved jade, ivory, and coral depicting figures and animals from Chinese mythology.
Curated by Kristin Harris, adjunct instructor of art.

 

The whale from Moby DickThe Look of Mortality: Leonard Baskin's Prints from Moby Dick

January 20 - April 18

Opening reception: Tuesday, January 21, 4-5 p.m.

Baskin’s series of lithographs from 1970 depicting Herman Melvilles literary masterpiece, Moby-Dick; or, The Whale, first published in 1851, the tale of wandering sailor Ishmael and his voyage on the whaling ship, Pequod, commanded by Captain Ahab.

Curated by Dr. Richard C. Burke, Professor of English, John Franklin East Distinguished Professor of Humanities.

 

Winslow Homer imageWinslow Homer and the American Pictorial Press

March 1 - May 7

Opening reception: Wednesday, March 19, 4-5 p.m.

This exhibition highlights the emerging celebrity of Winslow Homer (1836-1910) and his contemporary designers (a term the illustrators preferred) through the engraved images produced for the American pictorial press. During his tenure with such publications as Ballous Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion, Frank Leslies Illustrated Newspaper and Harpers Weekly, Homer created more than 200 illustrations, from leisure scenes of the Adirondacks to battlefields of the Civil War. Organized by the Syracuse University Art Galleries.

 

Senior Thesis Art Exhibition & Annual Student Art Show

April 29 - May 16

Opening reception: Tuesday, April 29, 4-5 p.m.

Featuring the work of LC's studio art and graphic design students.