Recent Work: Celia Gerard '91

March 26 to April 24, 2010

In her work, Celia Gerard investigates how traces of memory form new images and representations of the present. She probes questions of form and structure while embracing accident and chance.

Recent exhibition venues include the National Academy Museum; Sears-Peyton Gallery, NYC; The New York Studio School; Dumbo Arts Center Open Studios; I-20 Gallery, NYC; Gutman Library, Harvard University; Lacoste Gallery, Lacoste, France; ISA Gallery, Montecastello di Vibio, Italy. Her work is included in the permanent collection of Gutman Library, Harvard University and in many private collections.

Awards and grants include the S.J. Wallace Truman Fund Award for graphics from the National Academy Museum; Artist-in-residence, the New York Studio School; Seligman/ Von Simpson award for excellence in sculpture; LCU foundation grant; sculpture fellowship from the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.

Celia studied with Mark Potter while at Taft. She received a MFA from the New York Studio School, a Ed.M from Harvard University, and a BA from Colgate University. Celia is represented by Sears-Peyton Gallery in New York, NY.