The Cooperative Gallery 213 of Binghamton is presenting an exhibit of works by the late Jerome Weinberger. Weinberger used “found objects” to create sculpture ranging from the whimsical to the profound. We hear from curator Keith Oberg. More of Weinberger’s works can be viewed at discoveriesinsculpture.com
Cooperative Gallery 213 on State Street in downtown Binghamton is presenting ‘Water’ by Carolyn Gilligan and ‘DAY’ by Joanne Thorne Arnold. ”
DAY is an exhibition of oil paintings and glass scenes by Joanne Thorne Arnold. Landscape in subject matter, the work is influenced by the beautiful day; the kind you hate to see end because the air, the light and the atmosphere feeds your spirit. The energy of spring, summer and autumn are apparent in this show. Joanne is a colorist whose layering of colors creates a visual energy that pulsates in every painting.
It was a complete surprise to photographer Joel Nsadha that his picture of a young man with his bicycle was in the running for an award. It was an even bigger surprise when he won. He tells the story of taking the picture in Uganda, and the hair-raising tale of the search for the original photograph. Joel Nsadha will be giving a talk on Thursday, January 21 in the Cooperative Gallery 213 in Binghamton.