International Gallery of Contemporary Art presenting three new artists
by Chris Huston |
The International Gallery of Contemporary Art (IGCA) is pleased to present three new exhibitions by artists Rachael Juzeler, Ronald Viol and Robert Werner.
Exhibitions on view: August 6 - 26, 2022
Gallery hours: Wednesday - Saturday from 3 - 7 p.m.
First Friday opening reception: Friday, August 5th from 5 - 8 p.m.
Online viewing: The IGCA continues to provide monthly virtual walk-throughs of exhibitions (available mid-month at IGCA Alaska), online art purchasing through our online store, IGCA Alaska Shop (available beginning First Friday) and other virtual content highlighting current exhibitions on our IGCA Alaska Blog. You can also follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
Trending Towards Tapestry / A Changing Epoch | Rachael Juzeler
Trending Towards Tapestry / A Changing Epoch is an exhibit of my explorations in glass, mosaic, and plastics. With my all-encompassing philosophy of creative reuse and working with processes having a high degree of experimentation, my art is reflective of the intense beauty found in the natural world and my surroundings in Southeast Alaska, while acknowledging and reflecting on the societal problems of waste, industrial and plastic pollution, and climate change. Entwining my research into cave paintings, crazy quilts, plastic recycling and utilizing my continuing education in painting and glasswork, I have woven together an exhibit illuminating all of these subjects.
FACE IT! - Faces of Fear, Anger, Reverie, Defiance, Delusion and more | Ronald Viol
Face IT! is an exhibition, primarily, of ceramic vessels and sculptures that explore how the human face expresses ideas, emotions, feelings, and moods. The sculptures range in size from several inches to over two feet. The works are made of stoneware clay and they are stained, underglazed, painted, weathered, and glaze fired to cone 5.
Tinkering | Robert Werner
Tinkering is an exhibition of a variety of engineered objects that have been created for fun over the last 8 years. Most have some purpose and are designed using 3D printing and tiny computer brains. A full description of each creation as well as detailed instructions on how to build them is included with each object.