Jen Blazina and Anda Dubinskis

Jen Blazina and Anda Dubinskis

Exhibition Dates: November 8 – December 8, 2013

This exhibition features work by two Philadelphia artists, Jen Blazina and Anda Dubinskis.  Blazina creates installations that use commonplace objects as a portal to the past, working with found materials, printed lead, video, and cast glass.  Dubinskis uses drawing to explore motifs that evoke memory and experience, working on a large scale with paper, PhotoTex material, Conte Crayon, graphite and gouache.  These two widely exhibited artists are both on the faculty of Drexel University.

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