Meet Us At SpaceLAB + Brantner DeAtley Hosts Susan Carr Solo!
Special Guest artist Brantner DeAtley will host Susan Carr’s solo In My Room this Sunday Oct 18th, 1-5pm at LABspace! On view weekends 1-5pm through November 8th. Photo credit: Susannah Auferoth.
THIS SUNDAY! Meet us for the last day of Sculpture show SpaceLAB at CollarWorks 12-4pm, AND Meet Brantner DeAtley at Susan Carr Solo In My Room at LABspace 1-5pm ⚡️
Please join us— Julie Torres & Ellen Letcher of LABspace— this Sunday, October 18th 12-4pm, for the FINAL DAY of sprawling sculpture show SpaceLAB at Collar Works! The exhibition has been extended through Sunday, and we are excited to give you a tour of this packed exhibit featuring the work of 31 area artists.
Also on Sunday, join Haydenville artist Brantner DeAtley for Susan Carr’s solo exhibition In My Room at LABspace 1-5pm. There are just a few weeks left to catch this gorgeous show! We have added eight new works to the installation, and there is so much to see.
Susan’s solo exhibition is on view every Saturday & Sunday 1-5pm through November 8th.
Thank you, friends— Thank you Collar Works, all the SpaceLAB artists, Susan Carr, and Brantner!
See you SOON, ❤️ Julie & El
Susan Carr: In My Room Saturdays and Sundays 1-5pm and by appointment through Sunday, November 8th
In the courtyard: Stuart Farmery sculpture installation.
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Susan Carr, Girl with yellow aura, 2020, oil on wood, 17 x 12 inches. New painting just added to Susan’s solo In My Room at LABspace.
This new oil on wood Susan Carr sculpture, Gears Turning, is now on view in her solo In My Room at LABspace.
Installation view of SpaceLAB at Collar Works; l-t-r: Susan Jennings, Joan Grubin, Adrian Meraz, Paula Lalala.
SpaceLAB at Collar Works extended through Sunday! Meet us there THIS SUNDAY Oct 18th, 12-4pm for the final day.
Visit us at Collar Works in Troy NY this final weekend to see SpaceLAB, an exhibition of 3D work from 31 area artists, now extended through Sunday! Ellen & Julie will be there this Sunday October 18th, 12-4pm to say hi and give you a tour.
SpaceLAB is a labyrinth of unexpected sculptural work, activating the walls, ceiling, and floor of this magnificent space, as well as site-specific installations. On view are artists working in a wide range of materials— wood, fiber, ceramic, metal, cardboard, paper-mache, stone, plexiglass, found objects, and more.
We have been thrilled to showcase this immersive survey of surprising sculptural work that escapes easy categorization, being made in our own backyard. Collar Works is an exceptional resource for artists and art-lovers in the area, and all sales go 100% to the artists.
SpaceLAB is a family-friendly destination, and the wonderful team at Collar Works has ensured that visits are safe for all. Huge thanks to director Elizabeth Dubben and the whole crew.
Enormous appreciation to the artists for their work, time, and energies. This exhibition is a love letter to ALL the artists we’ve met since relocating to the Hudson Valley 4 years ago. Most of whom we’ve connected with via artist, curator, and founder of LABspace, Susan Jennings.
SpaceLAB artists: Adrian Meraz, Becca Van K, Brent Owens, Chris Victor, Christina Tenaglia, Claire Sherwood, Claudia Tienan, Dan Devine, Dina Bursztyn, Eleanor White, Elisa Soliven, George Spencer, Guy Walker, Henry Klimowicz, Hui Lee, Jennifer Johnson, Joan Grubin, Julie Chase, Kara Smith, Karlos Cárcamo, Katharine Umsted, Matt Crane, Millicent Young, Paula Lalala, Ruby Palmer, Seth Koen, Stuart Farmery, Susan Jennings, Susan Meyer, Susan Scott, Thomas Lail
Claudia Tienan assemblage in a vintage wooden box in SpaceLAB at Collar Works. Katharine Umsted sparkly pink boat and Stuart Farmery painted wood sculptures can be seen in distance.
EXTENDED through SUNDAY! Thursday + Friday 12-6pm Saturday + Sunday 12-4pm Join us there for Closing Day, THIS Sunday October 18th, 12-4pm 621 River Street, Troy NY Gallery entrance at rear courtyard of building.
George Spencer painted cardboard and wood objects in the window light at Collar Works.
Dina Bursztyn and Julie Chase installation, Recluse Muse Museum (detail) in SpaceLAB.
Stuart Farmery painted wood and concrete totems, Henry Klimowicz site-specific cardboard installation lit from within, Dan Devine stitched leather sculptures to the right. Far left: Claire Sherwood paper mache constructions on iron posts.
Installation view of SpaceLAB; l-t-r: Becca Van K, Joan Grubin, Elisa Soliven, Adrian Meraz, Kara Smith, Millicent Young, Guy Walker.