A collaborative exhibition of ceramic and mixed media sculptures, these works address dual yet interdependent concepts such as stability, fragility, structure, deterioration, isolation and interconnectedness. They also explore notions of precarious yet sustained balance, the effects of interaction and contact, tension, fusion and slow transformation. Inspired by human relationships and the natural world, works also resemble how independent entities rely on, affect, balance, uphold, and define one another through figurative, organic and industrial elements.
Friday, May 12 -6:00pm
About the Artists:
Jonathan Schwarz received his B.F.A. from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and M.F.A from Kent State University. Schwarz has shown nationally from Texas to Oregon to Pennsylvania. He currently works as a studio artist and owns and operates a kiln repair business in Pittsburgh.
Angela Biederman is a sculptural artist whose primary medium is clay. She earned her BFA in Ceramics from UW-Milwaukee and her MFA from Kent State University. She resides in Pittsburgh and has exhibited nationally at NCECA’s Providence and Philadelphia conferences and regionally in Kent, Cleveland, Columbus, and Milwaukee.