Convergences/Currents: Recent Work
May 9-June 19, 2011
Recognizing 41 years of service to Skidmore College, the Art Department, and the Ceramics Studio in particular, the Schick Art Gallery is pleased to present recent work by Professor Emeritus Regis Brodie. Brodie's distinctive ceramic vessels are known for their interplay of classical form and contemporary surface design. His influences are wide-ranging, ranging from ancient Greek sculpture to Abstract Expressionism and 20th Century architecture.
Brodie's work is held in numerous private and public collections, including the Albany Institute of History and Art, the Everson Museum of Art, the Long Beach Museum of Art, and the National School of Ceramics in Madrid, Spain. He has lectured and given demonstrations extensively throughout his career at renowned institutions such as The Smithsonian, Harvard University, and many international venues.
Two views from the 2011 exhibition.
Images: Residency, Yeoju, Korea, 2005
Regis Brodie throws a pot