Sept. 9 -Oct. 23
Opening Sept. 11, 1-5 PM
Closing Oct. 23, 1-4
Sept. 2 - Oct. 30, 2016
Ferro-cement and stones
Tallest piece 9 H feet, dimensions of total sculpture is variable
Ocotillo Patch is a group of three part outdoor sculpture based on the ocotillo plant which is native to the desert southwest. It is entirely out of climatic context in the northeast. We hope viewers sense this dichotomy and it provokes thinking about climate change and how it could affect plant life. The plant is a series of branches sprouting from a central area. The branches have sharp, tiny green leaves and small dark pink flowers. Each sculpture is a series of arms made from steel rod, spattered with colored cement, the flowers made from expanded metal mesh. The arms are bent and welded together on a steel plate. The base is covered with flat rocks.
Sept. 3 - Oct. 29, 2016
Ferro-cement, Stainless steel tiles and gravel
A hybrid cactus and sea urchin sculpture referring to areas that are affected by global warming including deserts and oceans.
Collaborative concepts at Saunders' Farm is located at: 853 at Old Albany Post Road, Garrison, NY
Ceramic and slate engravings by Naomi Teppich
thru June 4 - 26, 2016
June 3, 2016
Theo Ganz Studio, 149 Main Street Beacon
8H Feet, 40 Diameter Inches
copyright Naomi Teppich
New gallery opened in Callicoon, NY April 2, featuring a group show of seven artists. Gallery is on 35 Lower Main Street and is open Friday-Monday, 12-6 PM thru April 30.
June Show , 2016
Opening June 4, 5-9 PM
Ovoid with Lichens
Anagama Fired Ceramic on Hardwood slab
19L. 16.5W. 4 Deep Inches
Located on Hwy 28, Mt. Tremper exit Shandaken , NY.
The sculpture is one of ten works displayed opening July 1, 2015 thru June 2016.
This sculpture is 10 feet High. 50 inches wide and deep and is made of ferro-cement.
This sculpture will be exhibited thru Oct. 15, 2015 at the above location. It stands 8 feet H. 4 feet wide and deep and is made of ferro-cement. Go to Beacon3d.org for more information. It is currently exhibited at the Catskill Interpretive Center at 5096 Route 28. Mt. Tremper, NY12457 thru June 2017.
Naomi Teppich, Marjorie Morrow, and Nancy Lew Lee at the Rver & Biota opening.
Curated by myself with Marjorie Morrow as the creative resource, this exhibition brings awareness to the vulnerabilities of our countries rivers. Including eighteen artists and housed at the Catskill Art Society in Livingston Manor, NY this show will travel to Penn State University in Reading, PA in September 2015.
Displayed in Beacon, NY in 2014 from May 14-Oct. 15