Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Towson University MFA Exhibition
Opening Reception
Artists: Amy Boone-McCreesh, Amy Klainer, & Michael Moore

Amy Boone-McCreesh: Fake Fancy
Boone-McCreesh explores the cultural lines between functional items and decoration. Utilizing found objects, second-hand fabrics, celebratory ephemera and other assorted materials, the artist creates two-dimensional and three-dimensional works that reference decoration, reitual and the artificial nature and purpose of art itself.

Amy Klainer: Tag
Klainer's work originates from an interest in urban decay, as well as, graffiti-covered architectural surfaces. Klainer first creates a series of drawings which reference the twisted metal of broken down subway cars, a common site for graffiti. She combines these drawings with mechanical elements into jewlery format.

Michael Moore: Serious Plans
Moore begins all of his projects as drawings, whether they end as digital interactions, animations, prints, collage or sculpture. These environments, their inhabitants and relations, serve as a psychic mirror and a virtual space where the viewer observes a distant world.

The gallery is located on the second floor of the Center for the Arts. Admission is free and open to the public.

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