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Day and Night Projects
Day and Night Projects
February 11, 2022 – March 27, 2022
Gracelee has attended twenty residencies in the US and abroad and opened her first solo show in New York at Thierry Goldberg in May 2019. She is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Sculpture at the University at Albany, SUNY. Recent exhibitions include the University Art Museum at SUNY Albany, Marinaro Gallery (New York, NY), Postmasters Gallery (New York, NY), Dinner Gallery (New York, NY), SPRING/BREAK Art Fair (New York, NY), HEADLINE Gallery (Vancouver, Canada), and more. She has installed large-scale outdoor sculptures at the Upstate Immersive (Poughkeepsie, NY), Wave Hill (Bronx, NY), Museum of Museums (Seattle, WA), Franconia Sculpture Park (Shafer, MN), Mary Sky (Hancock, VT), and others. In 2017 she returned from 15 months as a Visiting Professor in the Multidisciplinary Department of Art at Chiang Mai University and assistant to artist Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook on a Luce Scholars Fellowship. She is a member of the collective MATERIAL GIRLS, a recipient of the 2021-22 Individual Artist DEC Grant, a 2019 Jerome Fellow at Franconia Sculpture Park, a 2016-17 Luce Scholars Fellow, a recipient of the 2015 UMLAUF Prize, 2013 Eyes Got It Prize, and the 2011-12 Ella Fountain Pratt Emerging Artist Grant. Press for her work includes The New Yorker, ArtNet, Hyperallergic, Artspace, Beautiful/Decay, and MAAKE Magazine, among others. She is an enthusiastic dancer, a lifelong horsewoman, and an aspiring indoor gardener.
Rachel K. Garceau
Rachel K. Garceau is a studio artist living and working in the Atlanta, GA area, and has been recognized as a 2015 Emerging Artist by the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts and one of 2017’s Women to Watch by the Georgia Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts. She utilizes slip-cast porcelain forms to construct site-responsive installations. Her work is often born from a curiosity about an object or a place and a desire to come to a deeper understanding of it. Rachel received a BA in Fine Arts from Franklin Pierce College in 2003 and went on to pursue her education through studio assistantships, workshops, and residencies. In 2013, Rachel completed the two-year Core Fellowship at Penland School of Crafts (NC). She has received residencies at Vendsyssel Kuntsmuseum (DK), Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts (TN), Haystack Mountain School of Crafts (ME), All Is Leaf (MA), and the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences (GA). Her work has been shown at GreenHill Center for NC Art (NC), Lillstreet Gallery (IL), and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (GA), and has been published in Studio Potter, Ceramics Monthly, and NCECA Journal, and also appears in CAST: Art and Objects Made Using Humanity’s Most Transformational Process.
Rose has lived and worked in Atlanta since 2008. She has shown in Atlanta at Poem88 Gallery, Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia (MOCAGA), Swan Coach House Gallery, Kibbee Gallery, The Zuckerman Museum of Art, Barbara Archer Gallery, Mason Fine Art, Marcia Wood Gallery, Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art, and Lamar Dodd School of Art (UGA). Her work is included in numerous corporate and private collections around the country. Projects include large scale paintings in CODA Tech Square, and the MARTA’s Arts Center Station. Stacie earned a BFA from Pratt Institute in New York and is a fellow of The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Science.
- Curated by Day and Night Projects