Rosemarie Fiore
View from Clear Creek

1 - 31 May 2008
11–5, Tuesday – Saturday, and by appointment

Thursday, 1 May
Performance by Fiore, 6 pm
Preview, 5:30 - 7:30 pm

First Friday Opening
Friday, 2 May, 5:30 - 7:30 pm

Also on view

Prints by Calder, Gottlieb, Motherwell & others
to benefit the International Rescue Committee

Limited edition stools by Irwin Berman
in association with an exhibition at the University of Virginia Art Museum
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Rosemarie Fiore studio shot

Rosemarie Fiore. Artist’s studio shot with oil painting, oil paint, tie dye T-shirt and Bob Ross video.
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Rosemarie Fiore's exhibit at Les Yeux du Monde is held in conjunction with a ten-year survey of her process paintings and machine performances at Charlottesville's Second Street Gallery.
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Mondrian by Irwin Berman

Irwin Berman. Mondrian, 2001.
Lucite with composite rubber balls, 28.75 x 23.5 x 18 inches.
Edition numbered 2-20, fabricated to order.

Irwin Berman's limited edition stools are available this month from Les Yeux du Monde Gallery and on view at through June 15 at the University of Virginia Art Museum.

The Great Seal Trophy Stool by Irwin Berman

Irwin Berman. The Great Seal Trophy Stool.

"Before the Cavalier, the University of Virginia's official mascot was "Seal," a googly-eyed canine with a shiny ebony coat who rose to infamy during a football game." Read more >

UVa mascot art failes the smell test, Courtesy of Michael Wartella

Still from The Great ‘Seal’ of Virginia: A Dreamscape depicts Seal, the University of Virginia’s old mascot, rising from the grave to feast on the Cavalier. Courtesy Michael Wartella

Brian McNiell writes in the Daily Progress, "A three-minute animated film that tells the story of UVa’s second mascot, a 1940s-era cross-eyed mutt named Seal. According to UVa lore, Seal won the love of students after he pooped on the megaphone of an opposing school’s cheerleader at a football game." Read more >

"Coming to the rescue of Seal's long-forgotten legacy, three University graduates and an Art Department Professor have "teamed up" in the production of a lively animated short film speculating on aspects of The Great Seal's “afterlife”." Read more >

Brendan Fitzgerald review entitled "Load of" in C'ville, "Last week, Curtain Calls received a DVD copy of a three-and-a-half minute short film titled The Great “Seal” of Virginia, a companion piece to sculptor and UVa Med School alum Irwin Berman’s current exhibit..." Read more >