Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Mar
18
to Mar 21

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Brown Bag Lunch Tour: Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Mar
21
12:00 PM12:00

Brown Bag Lunch Tour: Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

At 12pm there will be a Brown Bag Lunch of Garry Noland’s, Base Materials.

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

This event is free and open to the public.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Mar
23
11:00 AM11:00

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Mar
25
to Mar 28

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Brown Bag Lunch Tour: Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Mar
28
12:00 PM12:00

Brown Bag Lunch Tour: Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

At 12pm there will be a Brown Bag Lunch of Garry Noland’s, Base Materials.

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

This event is free and open to the public.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Mar
30
11:00 AM11:00

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Apr
1
to Apr 4

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Found Object Sculpture Workshop: Garry Noland: Base Materials
Apr
5
9:15 AM09:15

Found Object Sculpture Workshop: Garry Noland: Base Materials

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Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

At 9:15am Cleve Carney Gallery will present a Found Object Sculpture Workshop. Please meet at the gallery where Garry’s exhibition, Base Materials is currently on view.

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

This event is free, does not require registration and is open to the public.

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Found Object Sculpture Workshop: Garry Noland: Base Materials
Apr
5
11:00 AM11:00

Found Object Sculpture Workshop: Garry Noland: Base Materials

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Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

At 11am Cleve Carney Gallery will present a Found Object Sculpture Workshop. Please meet at the gallery where Garry’s exhibition, Base Materials is currently on view.

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

This event is free, does not require registration and is open to the public.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Apr
6
11:00 AM11:00

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Mar
16
11:00 AM11:00

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Mar
11
to Mar 14

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Mar
9
11:00 AM11:00

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Brown Bag Lunch Tour: Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Mar
7
12:00 PM12:00

Brown Bag Lunch Tour: Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

At 12pm there will be a Brown Bag Lunch of Garry Noland’s, Base Materials.

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

This event is free and open to the public.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Mar
4
to Mar 7

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Mar
2
11:00 AM11:00

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Brown Bag Lunch Tour: Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Feb
28
12:00 PM12:00

Brown Bag Lunch Tour: Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

At 12pm there will be a Brown Bag Lunch of Garry Noland’s, Base Materials.

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

This event is free and open to the public.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Feb
25
to Feb 28

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Feb
23
11:00 AM11:00

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Found Object Sculpture Workshop: Garry Noland: Base Materials
Feb
23
11:00 AM11:00

Found Object Sculpture Workshop: Garry Noland: Base Materials

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Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

At 11am Cleve Carney Gallery will present a Found Object Sculpture Workshop. Please meet at the gallery where Garry’s exhibition, Base Materials is currently on view.

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

This event is free, does not require registration and is open to the public.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Feb
19
to Feb 21

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Feb
16
11:00 AM11:00

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Garry Noland has maintained an active studio practice in Kansas City and Los Angeles since 1980.  He earned a BA in History of Art from University of Missouri-Kansas City.  Noland was a regular contributor to Art Extra (Wichita), Forum (Kansas City) and New Art Examiner (Chicago).  He was awarded a NEA/Mid-America Arts Alliance visual artist’s award in Works on Paper (1994);  a Studios Inc Studio Fellowship (2011) and a Charlotte Street Foundation Visual Artists Fellowship (2013). 

Notable exhibitions include Unorganized Territory at Bemis Center for the Contemporary Art (Omaha); The Tyranny of Good Taste at Glass Curtain Gallery /La Esquina (Chicago/KC); Near Abstraction at University of Tulsa; The Center is a Moving Target at Kemper Crossroads; Rough Patches and Glitter (Los Angeles Valley College), The Most Beautifulest Thing in the World at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Chicago, Made and Connected at John Michael Kohler Art Center with Peggy Noland and UnCommon Materials at California State University-Dominguez Hills.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Feb
11
to Feb 14

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Garry Noland has maintained an active studio practice in Kansas City and Los Angeles since 1980.  He earned a BA in History of Art from University of Missouri-Kansas City.  Noland was a regular contributor to Art Extra (Wichita), Forum (Kansas City) and New Art Examiner (Chicago).  He was awarded a NEA/Mid-America Arts Alliance visual artist’s award in Works on Paper (1994);  a Studios Inc Studio Fellowship (2011) and a Charlotte Street Foundation Visual Artists Fellowship (2013). 

Notable exhibitions include Unorganized Territory at Bemis Center for the Contemporary Art (Omaha); The Tyranny of Good Taste at Glass Curtain Gallery /La Esquina (Chicago/KC); Near Abstraction at University of Tulsa; The Center is a Moving Target at Kemper Crossroads; Rough Patches and Glitter (Los Angeles Valley College), The Most Beautifulest Thing in the World at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Chicago, Made and Connected at John Michael Kohler Art Center with Peggy Noland and UnCommon Materials at California State University-Dominguez Hills.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Feb
9
11:00 AM11:00

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Garry Noland has maintained an active studio practice in Kansas City and Los Angeles since 1980.  He earned a BA in History of Art from University of Missouri-Kansas City.  Noland was a regular contributor to Art Extra (Wichita), Forum (Kansas City) and New Art Examiner (Chicago).  He was awarded a NEA/Mid-America Arts Alliance visual artist’s award in Works on Paper (1994);  a Studios Inc Studio Fellowship (2011) and a Charlotte Street Foundation Visual Artists Fellowship (2013). 

Notable exhibitions include Unorganized Territory at Bemis Center for the Contemporary Art (Omaha); The Tyranny of Good Taste at Glass Curtain Gallery /La Esquina (Chicago/KC); Near Abstraction at University of Tulsa; The Center is a Moving Target at Kemper Crossroads; Rough Patches and Glitter (Los Angeles Valley College), The Most Beautifulest Thing in the World at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Chicago, Made and Connected at John Michael Kohler Art Center with Peggy Noland and UnCommon Materials at California State University-Dominguez Hills.

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Artist Talk: Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Feb
7
1:00 PM13:00

Artist Talk: Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Garry Noland will present an artist talk on the opening day of the exhibition, Base Materials.

Garry Noland has maintained an active studio practice in Kansas City and Los Angeles since 1980.  He earned a BA in History of Art from University of Missouri-Kansas City.  Noland was a regular contributor to Art Extra (Wichita), Forum (Kansas City) and New Art Examiner (Chicago).  He was awarded a NEA/Mid-America Arts Alliance visual artist’s award in Works on Paper (1994);  a Studios Inc Studio Fellowship (2011) and a Charlotte Street Foundation Visual Artists Fellowship (2013). 

Notable exhibitions include Unorganized Territory at Bemis Center for the Contemporary Art (Omaha); The Tyranny of Good Taste at Glass Curtain Gallery /La Esquina (Chicago/KC); Near Abstraction at University of Tulsa; The Center is a Moving Target at Kemper Crossroads; Rough Patches and Glitter (Los Angeles Valley College), The Most Beautifulest Thing in the World at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Chicago, Made and Connected at John Michael Kohler Art Center with Peggy Noland and UnCommon Materials at California State University-Dominguez Hills.

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Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition
Feb
7
11:00 AM11:00

Garry Noland: Base Materials Exhibition

Garry Noland has maintained an active studio practice in Kansas City and Los Angeles since 1980.  He earned a BA in History of Art from University of Missouri-Kansas City.  Noland was a regular contributor to Art Extra (Wichita), Forum (Kansas City) and New Art Examiner (Chicago).  He was awarded a NEA/Mid-America Arts Alliance visual artist’s award in Works on Paper (1994);  a Studios Inc Studio Fellowship (2011) and a Charlotte Street Foundation Visual Artists Fellowship (2013). 

Notable exhibitions include Unorganized Territory at Bemis Center for the Contemporary Art (Omaha); The Tyranny of Good Taste at Glass Curtain Gallery /La Esquina (Chicago/KC); Near Abstraction at University of Tulsa; The Center is a Moving Target at Kemper Crossroads; Rough Patches and Glitter (Los Angeles Valley College), The Most Beautifulest Thing in the World at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Chicago, Made and Connected at John Michael Kohler Art Center with Peggy Noland and UnCommon Materials at California State University-Dominguez Hills.

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Faculty Spotlight Exhibition
Jan
22
to Jan 25

Faculty Spotlight Exhibition

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Concluding the programming of The Cleve Carney Gallery for 2018 is the annual exhibition, ‘Faculty Spotlight’, featuring the work of the esteemed Fine Arts faculty of The College DuPage.

This year the exhibition will present the work of artists; Mara Baker, Jennifer Hereth, Brad Killam, Marina Kuchinski, John Latimer, David Ouellette, Terry Vitacco and Jacqueline Weaver.

We look forward to sharing the work of our talented faculty with you as we launch this exhibition with a reception on Thursday November 29th from 5pm - 7pm.

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 Faculty Spotlight Exhibition
Jan
19
11:00 AM11:00

Faculty Spotlight Exhibition

Concluding the programming of The Cleve Carney Gallery for 2018 is the annual exhibition, ‘Faculty Spotlight’, featuring the work of the esteemed Fine Arts faculty of The College DuPage.

This year the exhibition will present the work of artists; Mara Baker, Jennifer Hereth, Brad Killam, Marina Kuchinski, John Latimer, David Ouellette, Terry Vitacco and Jacqueline Weaver.

We look forward to sharing the work of our talented faculty with you as we launch this exhibition with a reception on Thursday November 29th from 5pm - 7pm.

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Faculty Spotlight Exhibition
Jan
14
to Jan 17

Faculty Spotlight Exhibition

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Concluding the programming of The Cleve Carney Gallery for 2018 is the annual exhibition, ‘Faculty Spotlight’, featuring the work of the esteemed Fine Arts faculty of The College DuPage.

This year the exhibition will present the work of artists; Mara Baker, Jennifer Hereth, Brad Killam, Marina Kuchinski, John Latimer, David Ouellette, Terry Vitacco and Jacqueline Weaver.

We look forward to sharing the work of our talented faculty with you as we launch this exhibition with a reception on Thursday November 29th from 5pm - 7pm.

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Copy of Faculty Spotlight Exhibition
Jan
12
11:00 AM11:00

Copy of Faculty Spotlight Exhibition

Concluding the programming of The Cleve Carney Gallery for 2018 is the annual exhibition, ‘Faculty Spotlight’, featuring the work of the esteemed Fine Arts faculty of The College DuPage.

This year the exhibition will present the work of artists; Mara Baker, Jennifer Hereth, Brad Killam, Marina Kuchinski, John Latimer, David Ouellette, Terry Vitacco and Jacqueline Weaver.

We look forward to sharing the work of our talented faculty with you as we launch this exhibition with a reception on Thursday November 29th from 5pm - 7pm.

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Jan
9
4:30 PM16:30

Untitled Event

Location: Cleve Carney Art Gallery (MAC 103)

At 12pm there will be a Brown Bag Lunch Tour of Garry Noland’s, Base Materials.

Garry Noland’s artwork is made of found and reclaimed materials: National Geographic magazines, corrugated cardboard, bubble wrap, wood, pvc pipes, marbles, duct tape, foam, to name some. Picked from alleys, side streets and urban dumps these base "found" materials are carved into, painted on and altered in his studio. In sculptures and textile-like surfaces, he emphasizes pattern, surface and texture as the byproduct of actions like cutting, marking, taping and gluing. The resulting combinations set up the inevitable dialogue between the new/old, purposeful/accidental and play/toil.

For his installation in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery Noland will be installing a site-specific work in the large North-facing gallery windows comprised of found and recycled foam boards. The effect of this installation will be similar to a large stained glass window constructed entirely of discarded or overlooked material. Noland will also be displaying a series of altered copies of the same edition of National Geographic magazines that he has been collecting and working on for the past several decades.

This event is free and open to the public.

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Faculty Spotlight Exhibition
Jan
7
to Jan 10

Faculty Spotlight Exhibition

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Concluding the programming of The Cleve Carney Gallery for 2018 is the annual exhibition, ‘Faculty Spotlight’, featuring the work of the esteemed Fine Arts faculty of The College DuPage.

This year the exhibition will present the work of artists; Mara Baker, Jennifer Hereth, Brad Killam, Marina Kuchinski, John Latimer, David Ouellette, Terry Vitacco and Jacqueline Weaver.

We look forward to sharing the work of our talented faculty with you as we launch this exhibition with a reception on Thursday November 29th from 5pm - 7pm.

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