Exhibitions

BFA/MFA Thesis Exhibition December 1–12, 2017

Participating artists:

Lisette Briceno | Photography
Miriam Camloh | Photography
Alana Commando | Painting
Anna Corso | Printmaking
Alyssa Gougoutris | Printmaking
Hao Ran Liu | Metal
Andy Monk | Sculpture
Dan Pavsic | Photography
William Rodriguez | Sculpture
Gwen van den Heever | Painting
Amanda Vaughn | Painting
Luke Wilde | Ceramics

 

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Public Programs & Events
News and Event Highlights
Friday, December 1, 5–7 pm: BFA/MFA Thesis Exhibition opening reception
 
* The Museum is CLOSED for installation November 13–30th *
 
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 Support for museum exhibitions and programs is provided by the Friends of the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art and the State University of New York at New Paltz.
 
 
 
 
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Permanent Collection

SELECTION FROM THE COLLECTION

Unknown Australian Aboriginal, Three Crocodiles, c. 1950, paint and ochre on bark, gift of Allan Gerdau, 1962.004.008
 
"Three Crocodiles” is an Australian Aboriginal bark painting by an unknown artist from the Arnhem Land region in northern, tropical Australia. It is painted with natural earth pigments on bark from the “stringybark” tree. This seemingly simple painting of three crocodiles...(more)

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