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The Working Artists’ Studio Routine, a Winter Exhibition at Pearlstein Gallery

January 16, 2018

Mark Stockton, The Hunters, Charcoal on Panel, 2010
Mark Stockton, The Hunters, Charcoal on Panel, 2010

Drexel’s Leonard Pearlstein Gallery will open Where the Artists Are (in their studios), an exhibition of sculpture, drawings and paintings by three professors in the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design.

Examining several years of each artist’s practice, this exhibition will explore the intellectual and technical characteristics that distinguish their daily working routines; what draws them into their studios, excites them and ultimately keeps them there.  

Lewis Colburn, A Story Told Too Many Times, Mixed Materials, 2017
Lewis Colburn, A Story Told Too Many Times, Mixed Materials, 2017
 

Studio work is how artists spend their days and this show closely examines how each artist’s unique experiments, frustrations, discoveries and digressions ultimately grow into cohesive bodies of work. The opening reception will take place on Wednesday, Jan. 17 from 5-7 p.m. and the exhibition will run Tuesday, Jan. 16 through Sunday, March 18. The gallery is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Sculpture by Lewis Colburn, drawings and paintings by Anda Dubinskis and drawings by Mark Stockton demonstrate obscure similarities in how their intellectual experiences evolve into physical visual objects.

Lewis Colburn, is an assistant professor and sculpture area coordinator in Drexel’s Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, Colburn received degrees in studio art and Russian language from St. Olaf College and an MFA in sculpture from Syracuse University. Colburn's work has been exhibited internationally, most recently in Guangzhou, China. Stateside, Colburn has exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, the School 33 Art Center in Baltimore, and the historic Glen Foerd mansion in Philadelphia.

Anda Dubinskis, Damask Redux, Charcoal and Conte Crayon on Paper, 2017
Anda Dubinskis, Damask Redux, Charcoal and Conte Crayon on Paper, 2017

Anda Dubinskis, is an associate teaching professor and drawing area coordinator in Drexel’s Westphal College of Media Arts & Design. Dubinskis has won numerous awards for her figurative painting, including two painting fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts; two painting fellowships and an SOS grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts; and a Leeway Grant for Achievement in Painting. She received her MFA in painting from the University of Pennsylvania and her BFA from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. Her work has been exhibited extensively, both locally and nationally, and she is represented by the Fleisher-Ollman Gallery in Philadelphia.

Mark Stockton, Kurt, Graphite on Panel, 2010
Mark Stockton, Kurt, Graphite on Panel, 2010

 

 

 

Mark Stockton, an associate teaching professor in Drexel’s Westphal College has exhibited nationally and internationally, with past exhibitions featuring his work in Philadelphia, Los Angeles, New York, London and Beijing. Originally from the West Coast, he received his BFA from Oregon State University in 1996 and his MFA in painting and drawing from Syracuse University in 2000. Stockton is an active member of the artist collective and gallery, Vox Populi. His work can be seen nearby in The West Collection (Oaks, Pennsylvania), where he was given a purchase award in 2012, and it can also be found in many other private collections. 

To learn more about the exhibition visit here.

 

Media Contact:

Emily Storz

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