“Emergent Visions” at the Herndon Gallery

“Emergent Visions” at the Herndon Gallery

“Emergent Visions” at the Herndon Gallery

By Jud Yalkut

With the new re-emergence of Antioch College, Morgan Fellows Anne Bohlen and Jean Gregorek have organized an exhibition at Herndon Gallery in Antioch’s South Hall of six emerging artists who graduated Antioch College between 1996 and 2002, and who are now pursuing graduate degrees and careers in the visual arts. The curators state that “this exhibition is remarkable for its variety and eclecticism of style.” The six artists are: Beatrix*JAR, a conceptual electronic music duo who are showing circular collages of “found” photographs; Brooklyn artist Asha Canalos with images of indigenous people in early New York and New Jersey; Karsten Creightney (shown) with dreamlike large scale paintings; Emily Noelle Lambert with fluorescent urban dreamscapes; Kelly Medford’s sampling from her peripatetic “One Hundred Days, One Hundred Paintings;” and Jules Rochon’s large evocations of alternative universes. Open to the public 1 – 4 p.m. Tuesdays – Saturdays. (937) 286-8455.

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