Monday, July 12, 2010


Please join Gallery Loupe at the opening of Ten Artists - Ten Objects - 2010 on Saturday July 24th from 5 to 7 PM.

Kate Bauman, Barnacle No.1 (ring)

A shuttle bus will be traveling from Midtown Manhattan to Gallery Loupe at 4 PM, returning to the city at 7 PM. If you are interested in riding along, please contact Sarah at

Ten-ten-two-thousand-ten is an exhibition that examines the creative process of ten individuals. Each contributor has created ten pieces in a body of work.

The idea for this exhibition developed out of a project often assigned at SUNY New Paltz where the objective is for students to have a limited amount of time to create a concise, abridged body of work. The project becomes an exercise in stream of consciousness thinking, decision-making, material exploration and consideration, sketching and model-making. The results are raw but thoughtful. By implementing limited parameters, the work reflects a fresh approach to a familiar medium.

Ten-ten-two-thousand-ten brings together ten graduates from The State University of New York - New Paltz to examine their own making styles. The collection of participants represents the spectrum of working styles- from object makers to installation artists to jewelers. Each of these makers has continued their practice in object or jewelry making, and this exhibit gives them an opportunity to take a step back from their regular practice to participate in a process oriented, idea generating exercise.

The 10 artists.
Kate Bauman - Nikky Bergman - Erin Daily - Maureen Duffy - Colleen Heineman
Jamie Sachs - Jessica Stephens - Kristi Sword - Melissa Tolar - Brian Weissman

Exhibition Organizer - Sarah Abramson

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