FLCC’s ArtSpace36 offers portfolio show, auction

colorful artwork by Jeanne Beck
This piece, titled “Joy,” was created by artist Jeanne Beck and will be among the items up for bid.

ArtSpace36, the downtown gallery of Finger Lakes Community College, will celebrate the opening of a student portfolio show and a community art auction on Thursday, Nov. 19.

A virtual reception will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. and can be accessed via links posted online at artspace36.com and events.flcc.edu.  The show and auction items can also be viewed in-person at the gallery at 36 S. Main St., Canandaigua, during normal business hours: 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.

The portfolio show will run through Thursday, Jan. 29. It is offered in collaboration with the main campus gallery, Williams-Insalaco Gallery 34, and features a range of works created by students in the college’s Portfolio Prep course taught by Sarah Morgan, associate professor of art at FLCC.  The students will give presentations during the virtual event.

“As professional artists, they can expect to have these types of experiences,” said Morgan. “This gives our students important, real-world experiences before they graduate.”

Pen and ink drawing of a house with a tree and stone wall
FLCC art student Leah Herring’s pen and ink will be included in the portfolio show.

Those who attend the virtual reception will be able to bid on auction items. Up for bid are a range of works in various mediums, including drawings and paintings. Contributors include Sarah and fellow FLCC faculty members Barron Naegel, Barbara Senglaub and Lacey McKinney, and professional artists Jeanne Beck, Pat Tribastone, Kim Ratzel and Karen Sorce, among others.  All items were donated; proceeds will support programming at ArtSpace36.

Online bidding for the virtual auction will continue through 5 p.m. on Dec. 4, when winners will be announced at a live online event.  As with the portfolio reception, a link can be found online at ArtSpace36.com.

Those with questions can email artspace36@flcc.edu.

Author: Jessica Youngman

Jessica Youngman is the public relations and events coordinator for Community Affairs. Reach her at (585) 785-1221 or Jessica.Youngman@flcc.edu.

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