work by Mylesant Carreno
An exhibition that centers on the unique approach to art making through the collaboration and mixing of media will feature 15 artists affiliated with Columbus College of Art & Design.
Alumni, faculty, and staff are all involved in Crossroads, an invitational exhibition at the Schumacher Gallery at Capital University.
Casey Bradley (CCAD 2001), a Fine Arts alumnus and Lab manager at CCAD, developed the exhibition.
“Crossroads is an exhibition devoted to the enduring spirit of the artist as a creative seeker,” Bradley said.
Bradley invited 20 artists to participate in the show. He went through a jurying process with the Schumacher Gallery director and the director’s assistant to choose the work.
“All of the artists were selected based upon the ability of their work to push the boundaries of the materials and the processes that they are working with,” he said.
The final show comprises of 55 pieces with mediums including watercolors, glass, ceramics, printmaking, found objects, and more.
“It is the orchestration methods and interactions with each artist’s materials that allow a sense of discovery to translate to the experience of the viewer,” Bradley said.
CCAD artists involved in the exhibition include Bradley, and Carol Boram-Hays (adjunct faculty), Steven Bush (1994 Fine Arts alumnus), Mylesant Carreno (SMAC instructor and 2005 Fine Arts alumna), Elizabeth Fergus-Jean (adjunct faculty), Nicole Gibbs (adjunct faculty), Michael Goodson (Exhibitions Director), Hiroshi Hayakawa (associate professor and 1995 Photography alumnus), Kelly Malec-Kosak (assistant professor), Tina Matthews (2003 Fine Arts alumna), Lauren Mudd (2004 Fine Arts alumna), Brandon Noblet (adjunct faculty and 2005 Fine Arts alumnus), Mariana Smith (adjunct faculty and 2002 Fine Arts alumna), Nicki Strouss (SMAC instructor and 2008 Fine Arts alumna), and Christopher Yates (associate professor and 1987 Fine Arts alumnus).
For more information and the full list of participating artists click here.
The exhibition will be at the Schumacher Gallery at Capital University through Dec. 9, 2011 with a reception on Friday, Nov. 11 5–7 p.m.