quiet quiet, Ceramics Exhibition Opens at Adrian College

Valade Gallery at Adrian College announces the opening of quiet quiet, the first exhibition of the academic year. A showcase of sculptural and installation based ceramic work by contemporary female artists, this exhibition features outstanding pieces by Stephanie Galli, Marie T. Hermann,  Jae Won Lee, and Kylie Lockwood.

Valade Gallery at Adrian College announces the opening of quiet quiet, the first exhibition of the academic year. A showcase of sculptural and installation based ceramic work by contemporary female artists, this exhibition features outstanding pieces by Stephanie Galli, Marie T. Hermann,  Jae Won Lee, and Kylie Lockwood.

The show is on display and open to the public through September 15th, with a reception on Tuesday, September 12th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Exhibiting artist Kylie Lockwood will deliver an artist talk at 6 pm.

The show is on display and open to the public through September 15th, with a reception on Tuesday, September 12th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Exhibiting artist Kylie Lockwood will deliver an artist talk at 6 pm.

quiet quiet is like a whisper, leading one to lean in, to better see and hear the secrets held . The pieces gathered in this exhibition have a quiet strength, with a presence that lingers long after the work is out of sight. Marie T. Hermann’s objects are at once familiar and strange, simple and manifold. Jae Won Lee’s miniature parts form the hum of a whole; if quiet were a color, it would exist between these shades of blue and white. You can hear the sweep of a broom in Kylie Lockwood’s work, the quick crack of a jar. These sounds echo in the material pull between lightness and weight. Stephanie Galli’s cast forms serve as a coda, reflecting and magnifying the collective presence. In quiet quiet the command of the work is still and strong. Please join us in celebrating these esteemed artists and their exceptional work.

quiet quiet is like a whisper, leading one to lean in, to better see and hear the secrets held . The pieces gathered in this exhibition have a quiet strength, with a presence that lingers long after the work is out of sight. Marie T. Hermann’s objects are at once familiar and strange, simple and manifold. Jae Won Lee’s miniature parts form the hum of a whole; if quiet were a color, it would exist between these shades of blue and white. You can hear the sweep of a broom in Kylie Lockwood’s work, the quick crack of a jar. These sounds echo in the material pull between lightness and weight. Stephanie Galli’s cast forms serve as a coda, reflecting and magnifying the collective presence. In quiet quiet the command of the work is still and strong. Please join us in celebrating these esteemed artists and their exceptional work.

Valade Gallery is located in the rear of Shipman Library, on Williams Street on the Adrian College Campus. Free street parking is available. Gallery open hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm, with extended hours on Tuesday until 7 pm.

Valade Gallery is located in the rear of Shipman Library, on Williams Street on the Adrian College Campus. Free street parking is available. Gallery open hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm, with extended hours on Tuesday until 7 pm.

Contact: Elspeth Schulze, Gallery Director : gallery@adrian.edu

Image : Marie T. Hermann, ‘A Gentle Blow to the Rock’