How many exhibition works:
Srishti Dass recently earned a BFA at the School of Visual Arts, New York. Born and raised in New Delhi, Dass’ abstract drawings trace the flow of energy connecting the mind and the outside world as the former seeks peace through introspection.
Ricki Dwyer is an artist and educator working between San Francisco and Brooklyn. His practice considers weaving and craft in both theory and practice and honors drapery as the negotiation that things will never fall the same way twice.
Maryanne Pollock received a BFA from Tyler School of Art and continued studies at the Pennsylvania Academy, the Corcoran, and American University. Pollock’s project experiments with draping and hanging silkscreened fabric to create tents that transform outdoor spaces into a place of refuge, protection, and meditation.
Colette Robbins is a hybrid digital-analog sculptor, educator, and curator. Her sculptures include motifs of abstracted and remixed ancient symbols, archaic smiles, augmented Greco-Roman heads, and detailed rocky textures. This eclectic imagery references occultism, antiquated medical practices, neuroscience, and psychology.
New York Artists Equity Association Inc.
245 Broome Street
New York, NY 10002
Tel: +1 (931) 410-0020
Gallery Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 12 PM - 6 PM