Saranac Art Projects Presents Posie Kalin & Emily Hawkins

Posie Kalin – Mirror Mind
A space where images and materials converge and dissipate, revealing a kind of physical fragility that engages
viewers with a sense of emotional transformation through video, sculpture, and archival prints.

Emily Hawkins – Kitchen Things
Arising in response to the increased domestic pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kitchen Things explores
the complicated set of roles the artist plays in managing and balancing the life of her household during
quarantine, including mother, cook, and teacher, among other roles. An honest look at the rigors and joys of
domestic and emotional labor, the series questions both the ability and the responsibility to “do it all” and
embraces the importance of finding clarity and space.

March 5 – March 27, 2021

Opening Reception, March 5th, 5-7pm


Between the Covers

Saranac Art Projects is pleased to present Between the Covers, a group exhibition of book arts. This exhibit features a multi-disciplinary collection of works including printmaking, photography, ceramics and more. Participating artists have engaged in an exciting range of thematic and formal interpretations. The book arts are extremely broad in scope. A variety of media can be used as communication tools often seeking to challenge traditional definitions of “book.”

Participating Artists: Roin Morigeau, Josh Hobson, Kurt Madison, Margot Casstevens, Ann Porter, Emily Hawkins, Posie Kalin, Avalon Kalin, Louise Kodis, Wendy Zupan, Tobe Harvey, Wendy Harvey, Hannah Koeske, Roger Ralston, Lisa Nappa, Harry Mestyanek, Melanie Antuna Hewitt, & More.


                    February 5 – February 26, 2021                    

FREE OPENING RECEPTION, February 5th, 5-7 pm

Facebook LIVE Event, February 5th, 5 pm

ZOOM Tours of the Exhibition, February 5th, 5:30 pm & 6:30 pm [the zoom link will be posted to the Saranac Art Projects Facebook page, February 5th]


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