SEPTEMBER 11 - OCTOBER 6
MARCO PINO, AMY JOHNSON, ROBIN SMITH
Reception Sept. 13
This exhibition is focused on landscapes, soundscapes and escapes. With each artist presenting their individual “scape”. It is the meeting of the known and the unknown, the seen and the unseen. It necessitates a comfort with ambiguity. A vision of both simplicity and possibility.
Amy Johnson is a conceptually oriented, 3D artist who finds inspiration from post-minimalism. She has a BA in Policy and Social Values, a minor in Peace and Conflict Studies, a diploma in Humanitarian Assistance, and next spring will receive an MFA in Metalsmithing from Colorado State University. Her interests lie in connecting her love of art making to her interest in social justice issues.
Marco Pino spent his childhood in northern Chile. After earning an architectural degree from Universidad Tecnica
Federico Santa Maria in Chile and a Master of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati, he has worked
in the design and architecture fields in Chile, New York, Cincinnati, Boulder and Denver.
Robin Smith completed her BA in English at Colorado College (with studies in France and Ireland) on a prestigious scholarship from the Boettcher Foundation. She later returned to Ireland to study at the Burren College of Art where she graduated from the post-baccalaureate program in studio art. She is currently pursuing a Masters of Fine Art at the Laguna College of Art and Design. Robin has been an artist in residence at the Burren College of Art, the Watershed Research Station (a division of the Science Museum of Minnesota), the Eastern Frontier Educational Foundation in Maine, Hypatia-in-the-Woods, and Spiro Arts in Park City, Utah.