Exhibit Open by reservation!
On view in the Houghton Gallery October 23 to November 13, 2020
171 is excited to announce MOSAIC 2020! Featuring 240 small works by 20 talented regional artists in a juried exhibition!
Initially slated for June as part of our Kaleidoscope 2020 fundraiser, the exhibit was postponed when we held our fundraiser virtually.
REGISTER to view MOSAIC 24 hours in advance! Space is limited.
Add to your art collection or give a gift of art this holiday season!
Thank you to our 2020 MOSAIC Sponsors!
Artist Patrons ($500+)
Artist Supporters ($250)
Angela and Tymon Daniels
Emerging Innovations-Corning Incorporated
Brittany and Fabio Salgado
Valicenti Advisory Services, Inc.
Bright Ideas by Martinec
Rick Curren Auto Sales
Meet the MOSAIC 2020 Artist
Featuring nearly 240 works by 20 regional artists.
Rebecca Finch has been painting still lifes in oil for twenty years and she is honored to be involved in Mosaic for a fourth exhibit.
Rebecca submitted 16 6″x6″ pieces for Mosaic 2020
I am inspired by nature around us, and paint mostly landscapes. While I work mainly in oil, I also like to delve into other media.
Annemiek submitted 12 6″x6″ pieces and 1 12″x12″ for Mosaic 2020
Brud Holland, a resident of Watkins Glen, is a graduate of New England Culinary Institute, and a former pastry instructor at Scottsdale Culinary Institute.
Brud submitted 4 pieces for Mosaic 2020,
Having trained on a large format view camera in the 1970’s where each photograph took 10 minutes or more to compose and shoot.
Rob submitted 4 12×12 color photos on glass
Bob Ievers is primarily a landscape painter, much of it plein air. He lives in Horseheads, NY. This is his third Mosaic Exhibit.
Bob submitted 8 6″x6″ and 2 12″x12″pieces for Mosaic 2020
Filomena Jack has been creating art all her life. A BFA graduate, Filomena teaches community art classes and lessons in her private studio, as well as in a private elementary school in Elmira.
I decided to carve two flower designs through combinations of four colors to decorate bowls and plates for Mosaic 2020.
Martha submitted 10 pieces for Mosaic 2020
This work was inspired by Vernon Lee’s The Enchanted Woods and Other Essays on the Genius of Places. “Lee speaks of enchanted woods as being rare, but often in close proximity to our very own homes.
Dwayne Thomas Neal
Dwayne Thomas Neal
Dwayne lives in Big Flats, NY. This is his third 171 Cedar Arts Exhibit and all proceeds from the sale of his art are going to 171!
Dwayne submitted 4 12″x12″ pieces for Mosaic 2020 (SOLD OUT)
I have always found a blank sheet of paper an irresistible call to make a mark; whether on a sketch pad or a napkin, I am a ‘chain doodler’.
Marc submitted 16 6″x6″ pieces for Mosaic 2020
Born in Boston, MA 1969 and grew up in Rockport, MA, Michael studied painting at Montserrat College of Art located in Beverly, MA, receiving a Bachelor of Fine Art Degree in 1993.
My art developed when I began combining code symbols I had created with Ukrainian egg designs. I used these “doodles” as sketches for Psyanky eggs, but found I preferred drawing radial designs on flat surfaces.
Ivy is in international award-winning contemporary artist who is also a certified color therapist and art instructor. She creates abstract and representational paintings.
Ivy submitted 16 6″x6″ pieces for Mosaic 2020
Rob graduated from Dundee High. At the age of ten he began taking pictures. Seeing the 1968 U.S. Grand Prix car race at Watkins Glen, with the likes of Mario Andretti flying by at 130 mph, “A light just came on; that race was it for me, he explained”.
Rob submitted 4 12″x12″ pieces for Mosaic 2020
Chris currently serve as the Grants Manager & Gallery Curator for The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes. Previously, he worked overseas for an international non-profit.
Chris submitted 16 6″x6″ pieces for Mosaic 2020
Amanda Warren is 171’s Ceramic Technician and Instructor. Amanda started teaching at 171 in 2013 and became the full-time Ceramic Technician in 2014. Amanda is a graduate of Alfred University where she received her BFA in Ceramics and Art Education.
Amanda submitted 16″pieces for Mosaic 2020