Featuring the work of Adelphi University B.F.A. graduates.
Reception: April 4, 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Monica Chulewicz is a Polish-American artist who was born and raised in New York. She is a printmaker, papercutter, and fiber artist, who uses found vintage material. Her themes of mortality, fragility, and disability are heavily based off of her experiences living with several progressive and chronic illnesses. She received a Wynn Newhouse Award in 2017, and the Grand Prize for the VSA Young Emerging Artist program in 2016. She earned a B.F.A. in Art with minors in Art History and Psychology from Adelphi University, and was awarded The Peter Paone Award for Excellence in Works on Paper in 2013. She frequently shows in New York, as well as throughout the country. She continues to live and work in New York.
Cara Lynch is an emerging artist living and working in New York. She has completed a number of large-scale public projects in the New York area, including in Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn and Westchester. In 2016, Lynch completed her first permanent public work, an installation in the New York City subway system titled, “Inheritance: In Memory of American Glass.” She has been commissioned by, or received grants from, the NYC Metropolitan Transit Authority, NYC Department of Transportation, Queens Council on the Arts and Brooklyn Arts Council, among others.