sculpture by Eóin Burke & paintings Tracie Cheng
On exhibit from May 8th - June 20th
Artist Reception: Friday may 8th 6-8pm & Saturday , May 9th 11-5pm
Eóin Burke received an MFA in Sculpture from the Yale School of Art and a BFA in Sculpture from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Alongside his own studio practice, he spent several years working in architecture as an ornamental sculptor with Kent Bloomer Studio, as well as working collaboratively with good friend and sculptor, Jim Dessicino. His experience in ornament and in community with his church has led to a deep desire to connect his art practice with a daily life of faith as lived out with the people around him.
Tracie attended the University of Texas in Austin and graduated with a degree in architecture. After several years of architectural work, her desire to shape environments shifted to the visual arts. Fueled by a passion for good design and beauty in the everyday, Tracie’s drawings and paintings often draw inspiration from her time in architecture. Primarily working with lines and color in abstract form, she creates paintings that call to mind natural phenomena while playing with depth, form, and movement.