Artist is a Crowd
What: The Artist is a Crowd, an exhibition of primarily multi-media and sculptural works by a senior at the School of Art in the Herberger College of Fine Arts.
Where: Step Gallery, located in ASU’s Tempe Center complex, southeast corner of Mill Avenue and University Drive (gallery faces University Drive.)
Who: David Solnick, a multi-media major at the Herberger College School of Art.
When: March. 18-22.
Opening Reception: 7 p.m., Feb. 18.
Hours: Monday through Thursday from noon to 5 p.m. and Friday from noon to 3 p.m.
Cost: Always Free
About the Exhibition: David Solnick, a senior in the Herberger College School of Art, showcases his varied works in ceramics, multi-media, woodcarving and oil painting in this solo exhibition at the Step Gallery.
With a background in printmaking and ceramics, and a love for many artistic disciplines, Solnick says he has found his niche in the multi-media program. Among the pieces in his exhibition are a series of multi-media collages incorporating various found objects and another series of shadow-box-like collages that utilize the artist’s photography skills. Solnick’s ceramic training is also evident in a number of pieces in the exhibition. Visitors can view a self-portrait bust, mask and several abstract pieces. Carved wooden masks, a handmade coffee table and a band saw box are also included in this diverse exhibition.
About the Image: Untitled, David Solnick, 2001. Mixed media. 8 x 11 inches.
The Step Gallery is one of three galleries on the ASU Tempe campus operated by students, staff and faculty of the School of Art in ASU’s Katherine K. Herberger College of Fine Arts. It is dedicated to solo and group shows by undergraduate students in the School of Art.