January 2, 2013 – February 2, 2013
Reception: Feb 2, 2pm – 4pm
Kelly Roe, Baldwinsville, NY, holds an MFA from Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester NY. She is a Professor of Art at the State University of New York College at Oswego where she teaches printmaking, bookarts and graphic design. Her work has been exhibited in numerous shows in the U.S. and is represented in a variety of private collections.
Cyclical Disturbance is an exhibition of prints created by Kelly Roe in the summer & fall of 2012. Collectively, the work explores cyclical environments—how the use and abuse of our society, economy and politics distorts our vision and perspective for future generations. Ms. Roe uses color, texture and line to explore these cyclical theories, combining layers of print processes within each piece. There’s an obvious contrast within the layers of the work which represents her own personal conflicts with the subject matter.