Three Artists: Three Responses to 2020

May 15 - July 24, 2021

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An exhibition featuring our three jurors from "Unprecedented: Art Responds to 2020."

Catherine Tedford
Catherine Tedford holds both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Fine Arts/Printmaking and has served a Director of the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery at St. Lawrence University since 1989. For the past 18 years, she has been actively building a collection of political street stickers from around the world. Her Street Art Graphics digital archive project at SLU has received funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the German Academic Exchange Service. In 2019, she organized an exhibition from her collection for Neurotitan Gallery in Berlin, Germany, entitled Paper Bullets: 100 Years of Political Stickers from around the World—the expanded edition. She writes about street art stickers on her research blog, Stickerkitty.

David MacDonald
Received his BS in Art Education from Hampton University; and his MFA from the University of Michigan. In 1971 he joined the faculty of the School of Art at Syracuse University, retiring in 2008. His work has been featured in several ceramic textbooks and magazines. He has also been featured in several nationally televised programs; such as, HGTV’s “Modern Masters” and PBS’s “A Craftsmen’s Legacy.” He has been given a number of awards by various national arts organizations such as, National Conference for the Education in the Ceramics Arts’ “Excellence in Teaching Award” and the National Crafts Council’s “Master Craftsman Award.” Since his retirement he has been active lecturing across the country and working in his studio creating his signature ceramic works.

Stephen Horne
Trained at Boston University's School of Fine and Applied Arts after undergraduate study at Colgate University, Horne lives and works in Paul Smiths, NY, in the northern Adirondack Mountains. After a career as an editorial cartoonist, illustrator and museum exhibit designer, Stephen Horne has returned to paints and canvas, with an eye to landscapes both here at home and far away on distant coastlines. Working in acrylic and oil, Horne explores these worlds on trails near his home in Paul Smiths, NY, or, traveling, along the roiling seascapes of Nova Scotia and beach dunes of Florida.

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