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Stephen Talasnik: FLOE

Stephen Talasnik: FLOE NOVEMBER 3, 2023 – FEBRUARY 18, 2024 CURATOR: JENNIFER-NAVVA MILLIKEN Hive: Tippet Rise, 2018. Woven flat reed and pine infrastructure, 20 x 14'(diameter). Tippet Rise Art Center, Fishtail, Montana Philadelphia native Stephen Talasnik has...

Gina Siepel: To Understand a Tree

Gina Siepel: To Understand a Tree MARCH 1 – MAY 26, 2024 CURATOR: JENNIFER-NAVVA MILLIKEN The tree at the height of autumn color, 2019 by Gina Siepel To Understand a Tree was inspired by a desire to contemplate a living forest tree and its immediate habitat from the...

Mark Sfirri: La Famiglia

Mark Sfirri: La Famiglia NOVEMBER 1, 2024 — FEBRUARY 16, 2025 CURATOR: JENNIFER-NAVVA MILLIKEN Family Tree, 2020. A total of 14 carved and painted heads. This highly autobiographical exhibition of never-before seen work by celebrated artist and woodturner Mark Sfirri...

Written in Wood

Written in Wood: A Decade of the CAW Mural OPENS: December 14, 2022 CURATOR: Sam Davis Autumn 2022 marks the 10 th anniversary of “Written in Wood,” the mural on the exterior wall of The Center for Art in Wood facing Quarry Street. “Written in Wood” provides passersby...

Out of Bounds: The Art of Croquet

Out of Bounds: The Art of Croquet Curators: Silas Kopf and Jennifer-Navva Milliken August 6 — October  24, 2021     Photos: Courtesy of the artists and Messler Gallery, Center for Furniture Craftsmanship Out of Bounds: The Art of Croquet is a “striking”...

The Mashrabiya Project

The Mashrabiya Project MARCH 3 – JULY 23, 2023 CURATOR: JENNIFER-NAVVA MILLIKEN PROJECT COORDINATOR: AHMED ABDELAZIM Hoda Tawakol, Mashrabiya #5, from the “Idolatry” series, 2017. Wood. Photo: Courtesy of the artist The Mashrabiya Project is a community-focused,...

Extra-Human: The Art of Michael Ferris

Extra-Human: The Art of Michael Ferris November 5, 2021 – April 24, 2022 Curator: Suzanne Ramljak Toufic, 2010. Recycled wood and acrylic pigmented grout. Photo: Courtesy of the artist The larger-than-life figurative sculptures of Michael Ferris (b. 1969, Chicago)...