Pam Glick - East Wing Guest Room Corridor
Pam Glick was formally trained at the Rhode Island School of Design where she received a BA in painting. Glick was widely exhibited during the 1980s and 1990s, most notably in New York City with solo shows at Ramnerine Gallery (Long Island City), White Columns and Wolff Gallery as well as a solo show at Michael Kohn Gallery in Los Angeles. Glick’s work has also been included in important group shows alongside works by artists such as Jean Michele Basquiat, George Condo and Christopher Wool and in 2016 Glick had a solo exhibition at White Columns, NY. Glick’s work is a part of many collections, both public and private, including the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Burchfield Penney Art Center, M&T Bank, Eli Broad Foundation and Citi Bank.nationally and internationally, and is included in the collection of many museums and collections worldwide., including the Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava,The City Gallery of Bratislava-Mirbach Palace,Slovakia,the Gregg Museum of Art & Design, Raleigh North Carolina,,the Racine Art Museum, Wisconsin, The Moravian Art & Craft Museum, Czech Republic, and The Burchfield Penney Art Center, among others.
Jeffrey Vincent- East and West Wing Connectors
Jeffrey Vincent is a multidisciplinary artist, currently based in Buffalo New York, best known for his drawing and painting. In addition to his studio practice, Vincent has worked in diverse fields in the arts including; teaching, theater set design and construction, gallery preparation, graphic design and illustration. Vincent has shown nationally in venues such as Hallwalls, Buffalo New York; The Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York; Ghost Print Gallery, Richmond, Virginia; Charles Banks Gallery New York New York, and (e)merge in Washington, DC. Vincent received a Bachelors of Fine Arts from the Cleveland Institute of Art in Cleveland Ohio and is currently obtaining an Masters of Fine Arts at the Hoffberger School of Painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland.
Joseph Piccillo - West Wing Guest Room Corridor
Joseph Piccillo received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Art Education at the State University College at Buffalo, where he has been an inspirational professor, notably having Robert Longo as a student who continued in Piccillo’s tradition of creating large scale drawings in charcoal. Piccillo’s work has been exhibited extensively across the U.S. and for many years was represented by the Betsy Rosenfield Gallery in Chicago. Grants and awards include a purchase award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, 4 SUNY Research Fellowships, CAPS Fellowship, and National Endowment for the Arts. Among publications, his art was reviewed by Reagan Upshaw in Art in America in 1980 and by Grace Glueck for the New York Times in 1984. His work has been shown nationally and in Belgium, England, and Switzerland. He had solo exhibitions in the Burchfield Penney Art Center and Albright-Knox Art Gallery to great acclaim. A recent partial list of collectors includes 18 public collections, such as the Art Institute of Chicago, Brooklyn Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Milwaukee Art Museum, San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, and Albright-Knox Art Gallery; and 29 corporate collections, such as IBM, Bank of America, General Mills, American Express, Ralph Lauren, Guess? Jeans, and Microsoft.
Charles Clough - Historic stairway
Charles Clough was born in Buffalo, NY. He established his studio in 1971 and co-founded Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center with Robert Longo and Cindy Sherman in Buffalo in 1974. His art has been exhibited in over 60 solo and over 150 group exhibitions throughout North America and Europe and is included in the permanent collections of over 70 museums. Clough studied at the Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY from 1969-70, and the following year studied at the Ontario College of Art, Toronto, Ontario, Canada from 1971-72. He furthered his studies at University at Buffalo, Center for Media Studies from 1973-74 and later at the New York University, Information Technologies Institute, NYC from 1997-98. He taught at Columbia University, NYC in 1981 and also at the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI in 2008. Clough determined in 1976 that his life project would be to make “the photographic epic of a painter as a film or a ghost” which he refers to as “pepfog” and describes in Pepfog Clufff.
Jody Hanson - Second Floor Lounge
Jody Hanson was born in 1969 in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois and currently lives and works in between Buffalo and New York, NY. She received a BFA in Silversmithing and Jewelry Design from Indiana University and continued her education to earn an MFA from the University of Illinois. Upon completing her formal education she moved to New York City to work as an art installer at several of the foremost contemporary art venues. In 1997, she moved to a studio in the artist enclave known as Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It was at that juncture that she abandoned her work as a silversmith to explore new materials and forms of art making.