The exhibition’s works, Meditations: Mary Judge, Kathleen Kucka, and Jeffrey
Allen Price, are markers residing at the edge of inner and outer realities. Each evokes a sense of time: the ancient, the interval, and the eroded. These works are visually rich, physically ebullient, born of evolved and specific processes, and maintain absolute balance within discordant elements. The artists presented here are a resonant ensemble.
Mary Judge attended Moore College of Art (BFA 1975) Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (scholarship recipient 1974) and Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia and Rome, Italy (MFA 1978). She has exhibited extensively in the United states and abroad. Her works are included in the collections of: The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Fogg Art Museum, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, The British Museum and The Victoria and Albert Museum among others. She currently resides in Bushwick, Brooklyn, where she is Owner/Director of Schema Projects, a gallery dedicated to art on paper, and St Louis, MO where she maintains her studio and lives and works.
Kathleen Kucka received her BFA from Cooper Union in 1984, and her MFA from Hunter in 1995. Kucka has exhibited in the United States and Amsterdam, including shows at Gallery Geranmayeh in New York, Marsha Mateyka Gallery in Washington D.C, and Roger Katwijk gallery in Amsterdam. Her work has been reviewed in Art News, The Washington Post, and the New York Times. Works are in the collection of The Birmingham Museum of Art; Borusan Contemporary, Istanbul, Turkey; The Norton Museum of Art; The Weatherspoon Art Museum; The Arkansas Art Center; and in the Franklin Furnace Archives at The Museum of Modern Art. Kucka lives and works in New York City and Brooklyn, NY.
Jeffrey Allen Price received his BFA from Missouri State University in 1999 and his MFA from Stony Brook University in 2003. He has exhibited nationally and internationally including shows at Valentine, Queens, NY; Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY; and Chicago Art Source, Chicago, IL. His work has been reviewed or featured in numerous publications including The New York Times, Newsday, and the Huffington Post. His works are in the collections of the Islip Art Museum, The Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, and numerous private collections. Price lives and works in Lake Grove, NY.
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Source: Suffolk County Community College