Several exhibitions are currently open, featuring work by members of our MFA-IA Visiting Faculty.

NYC based Peter Rostovsky has paintings featured at Tyler Wood Gallery in San Francisco, from September 12 – November 8th, 2014. The exhibition, titled The Morning After, was curated by Chason Matthams and includes work by Ross Bleckner, Mary Corman, T.M. Davy, Maureen Gallace, Chason Matthams, Keith Mayerson, Sam McKinniss, Jack Pierson, Peter Rostovsky, Lily Stockman, Alexandria Tarver and Jason Tomme.


Night Blossoms, 2012, Photoshop painting done on Wacom tablet


NYC cross-disciplinary artist Beth Campbell, has work in several places at the moment. Campbell just finished participating in the EXPO CHGO, sharing a booth with Michelle Grabner through Anne Mosseri-Marilo Galleie. The Expo ran from September 18-21st, but you can see a sample of one of her pieces below:


Beth Campbell, Loose pair of socks, 2014, porcelain 


Simultaneously, Campbell has work in a group show in New York City at Kate Werble Gallery, titled Remake/Remodel, running from September 13 – October 25, 2014. Additionally, for those who are international, Campbell’s work is also being featured in a mobile exhibition in Germany at the Kunsthalle Willhelmshaven until November 23, 2014.

Finally, NYC based painter, Christine Heindl has new paintings in a brand new, artist-run space, opening in Brooklyn’s Ridgewood neighborhood, called, “Songs for Presidents.” The exhibition is a two-person show, featuring Heindl’s work along side the work of Alexandra Phillips. You can find the press release here.