The Arts Center Gallery
Color / Form
Jackie Brown, Adam Daily and Dustin London
February 8 - March 29, 2014
Discussion With The Artists: February 8, 5:30pm
Opening Reception: February 8, 6-8pm
Saratoga Arts is proud to present the exhibition Color/Form, with artists Jackie Brown, Adam Daily and Dustin London, on display in The Arts Center Gallery February 8 - March 29. This bold and dynamic exhibition will open to the public on Saturday, February 8th with a Discussion With The Artists, Jackie Brown and Adam Daily, at 5:30pm, followed by a lively and colorful reception from 6-8pm. We invite you to join us for a great evening of contemporary art, conversation and music!
Bright and dramatic surfaces draw viewers into manufactured worlds, where abstract ideas of systems and intuition serve as pathways. Together, these three artists manipulate color, form and space, bringing a multitude of experiences and processes to life.
Jackie Brown’s installations and drawings explore the potential for biological growth and transformation. Organic shapes, bold colors, and surprising connections evoke ideas of evolution, spontaneity and the manipulation of life systems.
Adam Daily’s large paintings focus on the interaction between shapes and the space they inhabit. Geometric explorations create a “visual punch” of graphic interlocking forms, with chromatic intensity and precision.
Dustin London’s intimate drawings emerge from the deepest recess of his subconscious. Black mica surfaces, methodically incised with white lines, become constellations of the mind, aerial views, puzzles or diagrams.
Jackie Brown received her BA from Hamilton College and her MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Arts. She has been featured in group and solo exhibitions across the United States, including the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts and Torpedo Factory Art Center. Brown lives in Philadelphia, PA, and serves as Visiting Assistant Professor of Art at Ursinus College.
Adam Daily received his BS from Skidmore College and his MFA from University of Albany. Daily was awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in 2011, and has been featured in exhibitions throughout New York, including The Foundry for Art and Design, Governors Island Art Fair and Circa50. He is currently represented by Lawrence Fine Arts and Cure8 Group. Daily lives in Fort Miller, NY.
Dustin London received his BFA from Michigan State University and his MFA from University of Pennsylvania. London was awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in 2011 and has been an artist in residence at Yaddo in Saratoga Springs. His work has been featured in numerous exhibitions across the United States, including Untitled Art Fair in Miami, Prayzner Art Space, and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia. London currently resides in Miami, Fl.
Guests are welcome to visit the The Arts Center Gallery from 9am-5pm Monday through Friday. Local, regional and nationally-known artists' work is displayed in our 2,000 square-foot gallery. Opening receptions and Discussions with the artists are free and open to the public. Visitors are encouraged to browse through our Gallery Shop, featuring fine art by over 50 of our member artists. For more information, please contact Elizabeth Dubben, Director of Exhibitions at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518.584.4132