Michael Malpass: The Man and His Work
September 17th – November 1st, 2021
44 years. That’s how long Michael Malpass lived. Long before upcycling became a buzz word in the art world, Michael was welding scrap metals into large spheres. He left hundreds of these at the time of his death. Working closely with his wife Cathleen Malpass, we are honored to show a sampling of these spheres as well as Michael’s plates and prints, one-of-a-kind handmade pendants, personal pages and even some of his tools.
An opening cocktail reception will be held on Friday, September 17th from 6 – 8 p.m. Please join us.
Eileen Karakashian: Quarantine Series –
September 17th – November 1, 2021
“With these abstract pieces I created on a daily basis, I wanted to infuse these two components – art and learning. The playfulness of this series is actually representing the opposite of the situation that the world was faced with. The artwork is whimsical, almost childlike with elements of math, English and science homework. However, art and school are serious matters: during the pandemic, different rules applied than in everyday normal life and even everyday objects underwent transformation. The results are deconstructed to the extent that meaning is shifted and possible interpretation becomes multifaceted.” – Eileen Karakashian