Of Man and Nature | David Moyer
Art Alley | May 14 – September 18, 2018 | Reception: June 7, 6–8pm
David Moyer’s work begins with his interest in books and the written word, which drives him to look for ways to combine his creative imagery with text. His prints explore visual and literary ideas through drawings and black and white print media. Moyer typically employs the method of wood engraving, which is deeply rooted in the history of the book arts.
Human Figure Furniture | Keunho Peter Park
HUB Gallery | August 29 – December 2, 2018 | Reception: October 18, 5–7pm
Park's functional wood works elevate and celebrate the meaningful spaces in the home. In this selection of works made between 2012 and 2017, Park takes inspiration from the beauty of creature and human forms, emphasizing the important roles that functional objects, such as furniture or musical instruments, play in our lives.
Display Cases | September 14 – November 30, 2018
Rachel Eng’s work collects and combines small, unmonumental, found, and created objects that aggregate or accumulate. For Eng, a raindrop, grain of sand, or microscopic bacterium when gathered together becoming noticeable and impacting. She makes and physically manifests biological and social relationships between the micro and macro with visual complexity.
Eng is an Assistant Professor at Dickinson College and a Penn State Alum (‘10). Her solo exhibition Even Out is on view at The Woskob Family Gallery through November 10th.
Overlap: Life Tapestries | Curated by Vida Sabbaghi
Robeson Gallery | September 17 – November 15, 2018 | Reception, Performance, and Panel: September 20, 5–8pm
Overlap: Life Tapestries is a group exhibition of self-identified women of different social and professional backgrounds and generations. These artists find a commonality in imaginatively recreating the tapestry of their lives through their art while mapping the relationship between the personal and political.