• Permutations


    October 21-26, 2023

    Tegan Brozyna Roberts + Erin Juliana Curated by John Richey

    TAC Gallery
    505 Carroll St, Brooklyn, NY 11215

    Gallery Hours:
    October 21-22, 12-6pm
    October 23-26, by appointment

    Permutations is a two-person exhibition of new abstract artworks by Tegan Brozyna Roberts and Erin Juliana at the TAC Gallery in Brooklyn, New York, curated by John Richey. This collection of wall-mounted soft sculptures, paper tapestries, paintings, and collages use repurposed materials and the language of formal abstraction to explore personal and family histories. Each artist embraces a sense of spontaneity and the unknown as they weave, bind, and layer found or fabricated elements into this brightly colored group of intimate artworks. Inspired by a shared interest in the history of textiles, each artist's process is meditative and organic, referencing ideas of healing and repair, and blurring the line between traditional notions of painting and sculpture.

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  • Radiate & Repeat

    Radiate & Repeat

    Spring 2023 Exhibition
    I Like Your Work Podcast

    Curated by Christina Massey

    Curator Statement:
    "As one scrolls through the selected artworks in Radiate & Repeat, themes of sunsets, meditation and pattern will become evident. Colors such as neon pinks, oranges and blues repeat through the artworks, exploring tranquility and beauty with an edge of something being slightly off-balance or unnatural. There is a sense of an otherworldly, futuristic look at the relationship of the built environment to the natural world and how the two interact and create new patterns. Works largely fall into the warm and cool palette with pops of lavenders and greens, like highlights of the transitions from day to night or the present to the future. Selected artworks give a sense of a contemplative mood, reflecting on themes of ephemerality, change, and transience.

    Imperfection is explored through the repetition of lines, shapes, texts, and patterns that evolve, adapt, dissipate, and expand. There is an acknowledgment of flaws that feels meditative, growth-oriented, organic, and full of both hope and despair. Symmetry is disturbed with off-kilter angles and tension of balance. Works live neither in the realm of photorealism or abstract geometric perfection, but in an acceptance of the between, with painterly gestural marks, perspective angles off-centered and drip marks that feel spontaneous and unplanned.

    Several artists address the human impact on the environment through issues such as climate change, pollution, and the loss of biodiversity and encourage us toward a more sustainable future. Other artists are commenting on social patterns and potential outcomes as alterations, progression and growth occur through our language and social interactions. In both instances, there is a predictive manner that the artists are suggesting that can be seen as either a tale of warning, a neon glowing potentially toxic future or one that is malleable, though changing our own patterns, potential for a more positive outcome."

    - Christina Massey

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  • Turn-in-the-Path


    April 7-30, 2023
    Opening Reception: April 7, 7-9pm

    Established Gallery
    75 6th Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY 11217

    I'm pleased to announce Turn-in-the-Path, my first solo show with Established Gallery opening on April 7th. The show includes a series of new works.

    The concept of Turn-in-the-Path comes from the lexicon of medieval illuminated manuscripts, specifically the Book of Kells. The term refers to the insertion of text or letters into the blank sections and margins of the page. This was a way for scribes to aesthetically emphasize the meaning of the words, but it also allowed them to innovate the layout of the page to correct for mistakes in transcription and to deal with physical imperfections in the calf-skin vellum. Similarly, I embrace this notion of finding freedom within the confines and limitations of my materials and process. The physical structure of the work is consistent (i.e. warp and weft/layer over layer), but each piece in Turn-in-the-Path is unique in composition and feel. Working intuitively, the layers build upon the ones preceding. It is a dialogue between myself and the work where I wrestle and finesse with the forms and threads to create a sense of harmony.

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  • Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary

    Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary

    March 23 - 26, 2023
    Booth presented by Heather Gaudio Fine Art

    Palm Beach County Convention Center
    650 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

    Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary (PBM+C), presented by Art Miami, returns for its sixth edition. PBM+C is South Florida’s premier and most prestigious winter art fair that takes place during the height of season and is the only “can’t miss” event for all serious collectors, curators, museum directors and interior designers, providing an intimate look at the most important works available for acquisition at the forefront of the international contemporary, modern, classical modern, post-war and pop eras.

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    Heather Gaudio Fine Art

  • Affordable Art Fair

    Affordable Art Fair

    March 23 - March 26, 2023
    Booth presented by Established Gallery

    Metropolitan Pavilion
    125 West 18th Street, NYC

    Established Gallery is pleased to be exhibiting at Affordable Art Fair NYC's Spring 2023 edition! Established was selected to pilot the Affordable Art Fair’s Fellowship Program in Fall 2022, and we are honored to be the first official Fellows at the Spring 2023 fair. We are pleased to be presenting returning artists Traci Johnson and Rick Secen, and introducing Tegan Brozyna Roberts to the AAF audience.

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    Established Gallery
    Affordable Art Fair Spring NY

  • Vestige at Material

    Vestige at Material

    October 2-23, 2022
    Opening Reception: October 2, 11AM - 2PM

    Material Exhibitions
    2025 West Belmont Ave, Storefront
    Chicago, IL 60618

    Material Exhibitions is thrilled to open our doors once again and kick off the Fall Season with the amazing work of Brooklyn artist, Tegan Brozyna Roberts.

    Tegan will be attending the opening reception on October 2, 11 AM - 2PM and we invite you to celebrate the new body of work shown in: Vestige, Tegan's first Solo exhibition in Chicago, IL.

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  • Upstate Art Weekend

    Upstate Art Weekend

    July 22 - August7, 2022
    Opening Weekend: July 22-24, 2022
    Opening Reception: Friday, July 22, 5-7pm

    Lexington House Gallery
    3879 Rt. 42
    Lexington, NY 12452

    I'm excited to be participating in Upstate Art Weekend 2022 alongside a group of over 19 amazing artists. Curated by Jill Benson of Ground Floor Gallery, the exhibition will be held at the historic Lexington House in the bucolic Catskill Mountains.

  • A Sense of Place

    A Sense of Place

    August 14 - September 25, 2021

    Heather Gaudio Fine Art
    66 Elm Street
    New Canaan, CT 06840

    Tegan Brozyna Roberts, Simona Prives and Viviane Rombaldi Seppey

    HEATHER GAUDIO FINE ART is pleased to present A Sense of Place, featuring new works by Tegan Brozyna Roberts, Simona Prives and Viviane Rombaldi Seppey. The show will open August 14th and run through September 25th.

    Memory, geography and cultural experiences are underlying themes explored by these three women artists. Through an innovative use of paper, maps, threads, printmaking, collage and projected imagery, the artists in the show create two and three-dimensional objects that express universal notions of belonging and association.

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  • Art on Paper

    Art on Paper

    March 5 – 8, 2020
    Booth presented by Heather Gaudio Fine Art

    Pier 36, Downtown Manhattan
    299 South Street
    New York, 10002

    Art on Paper returns to downtown Manhattan's Pier 36 from March 5—8, 2020 for the fair's anticipated sixth edition. Featuring 95 top galleries presenting the best in modern and contemporary paper-based art, Art on Paper demonstrates the diversity of its medium with significant projects exploring, expanding, and re-imaging what a work on paper can be.

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  • Delineated


    Feb. 21 – May 8, 2020
    Opening Reception: February 21, 6:30 - 8:30pm

    The Yard: Gowanus
    157 13th Street
    Brooklyn, NY

    Curated by Jessica Porter of Porter Advisory

    Porter Advisory is pleased to present Delineated an exhibition of works by Gowanus based artist Tegan Brozyna Roberts. with an opening reception with the artist on Friday, F PM at
    Painted paper maps are at the heart of Tegan’s artwork. Through color, shape, and material, Tegan delineates space creating a unique landscape in each work. The organic shapes that arise from her manipulation of these paper maps creates a painterly aspect, reshaping the landscape of each room.

    In Delineated Tegan brings together multiple series and site specific works to transform The Yard and its every day work space, transporting its inhabitants as they go about their day. The multi-floored space is transformed into a new destination and curiosity intriguing each viewer to look closer. Tegan navigates her medium perfectly through reassembly, manipulation and alteration building a relationship with each integral piece.

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  • Art Miami

    Art Miami

    Dec. 3-8, 2019
    Booth presented by Heather Gaudio Fine Art

    The Art Miami+CONTEXT Pavilions
    One Herald Plaza
    Miami, FL

    As Miami’s longest running contemporary art fair and second most attended fair globally, Art Miami is consistently recognized as a leading destination for the acquisition of the most important works from the 20th and 21st centuries in collaboration with the world's most respected galleries.

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  • Meta Open Arts

    Meta Open Arts

    April 2019

    Meta/Facebook Offices
    225 Park Ave S
    New York, NY 10003

    Meta Open Arts (formerly Facebook AIR) supports the creation of new and experimental projects globally, aiming to build community through art.

    In a time of unprecedented technological innovation, our daily lives are increasingly intertwined and interdependent —broadening our concept of neighbor, and blurring geographical and cultural boundaries. In response to this reality, I have created a new landscape that investigates relationships between geographical places while also building a dialogue between color and material.

    In addition to exploring boundaries, the work pulls from the long-held quilting tradition of reusing discarded remnants to create something new. I am intrigued by the the idea that materials like paper paper maps inherently retain memory from its intended purpose as a navigation tool and also physically with each fold and mark.

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    Meta Open Arts
    You can view a video interview from my residency here.

  • Art on Paper

    Art on Paper

    March 7-10, 2019
    Booth Presented by Heather Gaudio Fine Art

    Pier 36, Downtown Manhattan
    299 South Street
    New York, 10002

    Art on Paper returns to downtown Manhattan's Pier 36 this March 7 - 10, with ninety-one galleries featuring top modern and contemporary paper-based art. Art on Paper's medium-driven focus lends itself to significant projects - unique moments that have set the fair apart and established it as an important destination for the arts in New York City.

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  • A Fluid Tapestry

    A Fluid Tapestry

    October 12 - November 13, 2018
    Opening Reception: Friday, October 19, 6 – 8:30PM
    Artist Talk: Tuesday, November 13, 6:30-8PM

    Ground Floor Gallery
    343 5th Street
    Brooklyn, NY 11215

    John Richey, Keun Young Park, Melissa Dadourian and Tegan Brozyna Roberts

    Conceived in tandem with Gowanus Open Studios, A Fluid Tapestry pays tribute to the thriving artist community of Gowanus, Brooklyn by presenting new work by four dynamic, emerging talents based in the area. Each of these artists is steeped in a rich, mixed-media practice that incorporates textile, pattern or collage. They navigate from one medium to the next with ease, demonstrating their versatility, dedication to a complex practice, and facility with materials that are far from straightforward.

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  • Gowanus Open Studios 2018

    Gowanus Open Studios 2018

    October 20-21, 2018
    Hours: 12-6pm

    540 President Street, Suite 2E (2nd Floor)
    Brooklyn, NY 11215

    I'm participating in this year's Gowanus Open Studios, and will once again open my studio to the public. I hope to see you there!

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  • Haptic Terrains

    Haptic Terrains

    September 7 - October 8, 2018
    Opening Reception: September 7, 5:30-7:30 pm

    Cohen Gallery East
    201 Washington St.
    Reading, PA 19601

    I am pleased to announce my solo exhibition Haptic Terrains at GoggleWorks in Reading, PA. The show features site-specific installation as well as collage and woven paintings. 

    “Drawing from both my background in traditional landscape painting and my interest in weaving, my current body of work focuses on my relationship to place. As part of this exploration, I collect artifacts in the form of objects, shapes and color palettes. By investigating the smaller aspects of my daily environment, particularly those that I can hold in the palm of my hand, I able to connect to a place. This process helps me to experience the intimate in an immense and often complex landscape.

    Using this source material as inspiration, I create woven paper collages that are modular with small forms being dissected and gathered, much like stones accumulating into a mountain. Each piece relates directly to a specific location. The color palette is inspired by found objects, and the organic paper forms take their shape from rubbings of cracks and other physical markings in that same environment. Borrowing from the language of weaving, clusters of paper are layered and suspended in space by the tension of threads. Delicate yet strengthened by their interwoven structure, these forms reach upward in harmony. This reflects a need to find and cultivate peace in a world clamoring with noise.”

    — Tegan Broyzna Roberts

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  • Catch As Catch Can

    Catch As Catch Can

    August 9 - 29, 2018
    Opening Reception: August 9, 6:30 - 9pm

    Paige Beeber, Melissa Capasso, Madeline Donahue and Estefania Velez Rodriguez

    Curated by: Tegan Brozyna Roberts

    "We are all drawn to story and, for better for for worse, the reflection of our own image. Moving beyond the current fads of social media and the prevalence of the “selfie” we have always been fascinated by the human - both our own unique experience and the lives of others. As humans we have an innate need to understand and to be understood. Stories allow us to both connect to our shared humanity, and conversely, to walk around in another person’s shoes - to step outside of our own perspective. Artists working in narrative tap into this urge, and employing the human form or even just a hint of it - a leg, an eye - are able to speak volumes.

    The artists of Catch As Catch Can reflect a sort of gritty honestly in their unique story-telling as well as a sometimes dark sense of humor; life is after all a beautiful, messy, comical and at times a tragic enterprise. There is a certain fearlessness in presenting the human experience and form as raw and flawed. This is particularly true as it applies to the female, which has historically been filtered through the male ideal of “perfect mother” or “sex goddess.” Moving beyond this sanitized and limited view, Beeber, Capasso, Donahue and Velez Rodriguez all weave vivacious and thought-provoking stories out of seemingly banal situations and everyday occurrences.

    Beeber’s paintings, direct and cheeky, explore and respond to the daily indignities of the modern day woman. These snippets unfold in comical, and at times uncomfortable scenes. Dissected limbs precariously dance around everyday objects and symbols of daily peril like dull razors, tampons, and the ever present and leering male gaze.

    Capasso allows mercurial notions of motherhood, femininity, gender, sex, and politics to spill onto the paper. Each work is a sounding board where thoughts and feelings are wrestled with, and at times set free like an exorcism. Honest and irreverent, human forms fuse with symbolism to create knotted, self-contained novels that need to be unbound.

    Donahue’s paintings and sculptures act as unabashed tableaus of motherhood and the female experience. Although personal and at times tender, these are not picturesque. Rather, her work presents comical scenes of everyday life rarely addressed in art - the postpartum body, a mother awkwardly contorting to breastfeed her baby, and the strange balancing act of life with a toddler.

    Velez Rodriguez’s paintings read like a singular scene from an unfolding novel or perhaps a film still. The heavy brushstrokes and vibrating neon colors hint to the musings of an artist, who grapples with identity as well as a yearning for connection with the cultures, people and places that both inhabit her past and define her present."

    - Tegan Brozyna Roberts

  • Allow me to Reintroduce Myself

    Allow me to Reintroduce Myself

    June 21 - July 19, 2018
    Opening Reception: June 21, 5-9pm

    9-20 35th Avenue
    Long Island City, NY 11106

    Independent Curators, Krista Scenna, of Brooklyn’s Ground Floor Gallery, and Carolina Peñafiel, of Local Project in Queens, are thrilled to welcome the historic Cigar Factory back to Long Island City with a new generation of makers: New York City’s talented emerging artists.

    A group exhibition featuring dozens of local, contemporary artists, the exhibition pays homage to the Cigar Factory’s past as a thriving network of local makers by inviting New York City’s living artists – the current generation of makers – to show original, new works on paper in all media. We want to see your collages, drawings, sculpture, and installation including sound pieces. Other ideas and proposals are welcome! The facilities are big enough for your big, off-the-cuff ideas and the curators are looking for exciting new work by emerging artists nurtured by the five boroughs.

  • Gowanus Open Studios 2017

    Gowanus Open Studios 2017

    October 21- 22, 2017
    Hours: 12-6 pm

    540 President Street
    Studio 2E (2nd Floor)
    Brooklyn, NY 11215

    Gowanus Open Studios is a free annual weekend event that takes place in October. Artists in the Gowanus neighborhood (and slightly beyond) open their studio doors and welcome the public to view art, meet the artists, learn about the process of art-making, and get a glimpse of the life of artists.

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  • Borrowed


    September 15 - October 1, 2017
    Opening Reception: Sept. 15, 6-9pm

    540 President Street, Lower Level
    Brooklyn, NY 11215

    Jean Alexander Frater, Tegan Brozyna Roberts, Delphine Hennelly, Taylor McMahon and Rose Nestler

    " Borrowed is a collection of works inspired by textile techniques and traditions. There has been a longstanding debate about the value of the fine or “high arts” verses craft or the “applied arts.” As a part of the later, weaving, sewing, embroidery, etc. have historically been relegated to a lower status than the more celebrated arts of painting, drawing and sculpture. The tastemakers and writers of art history, themselves predominantly Eurocentric and male, viewed textiles as too utilitarian, too feminine, and too steeped in tradition to be a valid mode of expression.

    However, many of today's artists are unconcerned with this distinction. Rather than embracing limiting philosophies and labels, these makers intersperse textile techniques, traditions and concepts into their art. With one foot in each world, these artists see the infinite potential of textiles to push their art in new and innovative ways."

    -Tegan Brozyna Roberts

    The exhibition is part of New York Textile Month. The show and the opening reception are free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday from 12 - 3pm or by appointment.

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    New York Textile Month



    July 28 – August 14, 2017
    Opening Reception: Saturday, July 29, 5:00 – 7:00pm
    Gallery Talk: Saturday, July 29, 3:30 – 5:00pm

    Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences
    120 Long Beach Blvd
    Long Beach Township, NJ 08008

    Artists from around the world are coming to Brooklyn and making it one of the most vibrant and creative communities in the art world. LBIF has invited a cross-section of these Brooklyn artists, primarily from the Gowanus area, to showcase the diversity and energy of this exciting group as they explore concepts of time, space, biomorphic forms, and feminist narratives. Each artist creates personal and compelling visual experiences that challenge the viewer.

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  • Works In Progress Residency

    Works In Progress Residency

    April 1-30, 2017

    26 West 8 St
    New York NY, 10011

    Work in Progress (WiP) is a window into the studio practice of contemporary artists and designers that engages the public in a dialogue with the field of textiles. During the month of April I'll be working in the front part of the studio at TAC Manhattan every Saturday from 2-5pm. Please feel free to stop by, chat and learn about my inspiration and art process.

    Also stay tuned for info on a Climate Change talk and sign making group that I'll be hosting.

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    Oct. 17 - Dec. 9, 2016
    Opening Reception: Friday, October 21, 6-10pm

    Queens College
    Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library, 6th Fl.
    65-30 Kissena Blvd, Flushing, NY 11367

    Setare Arashloo, Tegan Brozyna, Alix Camacho and Jeff Kasper Paula Frisch, Eliesha Grant, Floor Grootenhuis, Tara Homasi, Julian Phillips, John Ros, Erin Turner, UNO and Pedro Vintimilla

    Curated by Adriana Pauly

    ATLAS [INDEX] ARCHIVE reflects on the ways in which contemporary artists understand and dialogue with archival practices (cataloging and organizing of visual and theoretical materials) in order to generate aesthetic experiences. The works presented stand in for actions, memories and historic moments. Forever captured or continuously evolving they come together to map out personal and universal histories.

    The exhibition will present works by current as well as recently graduated Queens and Brooklyn College students.

    ATLAS [INDEX] ARCHIVE is organized by the QC Art Department graduate students in conjunction with the campus’ first Arts Festival, and curated by Adriana Pauly.

    For more information please contact curator Adriana Pauly at adrianapauly1@gmail.com.

  • THRU LINE - Brooklyn College 2016 MFA Thesis Exhibition

    THRU LINE - Brooklyn College 2016 MFA Thesis Exhibition

    May 5, 2016 – May 10, 2016
    Opening Reception, May 5, 6-10pm

    Moynihan Station, 3rd Floor
    421 8th Avenue, New York, NY

    Tegan M. Brozyna, Melissa Capasso, Valery Estabrook, AnneMarie Graham, Javan Grover, Dianne Hebbert, Debbi Kenote, Angela Kim, Alyssa McClenaghan, Abigail S. Miller, Steven Naukam, Francesca Simonite, Charles Sommer, and Michael Uttaro

    The Department of Art at Brooklyn College is pleased to announce THRU - LINE the 2016 MFA Thesis Exhibition on view from Thursday, May 5 through Tuesday, May 10 at Moynihan Station, formerly the James A. Farley Post Office.

    The exhibition, curated by Ambre Kelly and Andrew Gori of The They Co. and SPRING/BREAK Art Show, features work by 14 MFA candidates graduating from Brooklyn College this spring. THRU - LINE represents the culmination of two years of research and experimentation in the studio. It highlights the diverse styles, interests and varied methods of art making available to contemporary artists today. The included artwork ranges from painting, drawing, fibers, sculpture, video, ceramics and photography to work that blurs the lines between these. Although seemingly disparate, there is a consistent line of questioning present that wrestles with and explores diverse ideas of identity, culture, politics, memory and place.

    The exhibition and opening reception are free, and open to the public.* Visitors will enter at the Post Office entrance on 8th Avenue near 31st Street. Gallery hours are Friday - Tuesday from 12-4pm.

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    For press inquires and additional information please contact Veronika Golova at VGolova@brooklyn.cuny.edu or (718) 951-5181.

    *For ADA Accessibility please notify Veronika Golova in advance. We will anticipate your arrival, and facilitate access.

  • Introductions 2016 at Trestle Gallery

    Introductions 2016 at Trestle Gallery

    January 15 - February 12, 2016
    Opening Reception: Friday, January 15, 6pm - 9pm

    168 7th st
    Brooklyn, NY 11215

    Ekaterina Aksenova, Paolo Arao, Nadine Beauharnois, George Belcher, Davis Birks, Tyler Bohm, Tegan Brozyna Roberts, Caedron Burchfield, Jordan Buschur, Spencer Carmona, Amy Chan, Atsuko Chirikjian, Teresa Christiansen, Lily Colman, Lizzy Cross, David Dumo, Les Fletcher, Dolores Futado, Nancy Glover, Abby Goldstein, Glen Goodenough, Sean Grandits, Iguna Gremzde, Andrew Hendrixson, Suzanne Kelser, Kharis Kennedy,Sophie Knight, Sharon Koelblinger, Lauren Krukowski, Phoenix Lindsey-Hall, Rachel Livedalen, Karen Mainenti, Kayla Mattes, Daina Mattis, Adel Maxwell, Spencer Merolla, John Harlan Norris, Patricia Paludanus, James Parlin, Erin Raedeke, Mary Rap,p Andra Samelson, Ryota Sato, Sally Schluter-Tardella, Tariku Shiferaw, Katie Shima, Julia Staples , Jocelyn Toffic, Ann Waddell, Jennifer Watson, Rachel Youens, and Kerim Zapsu

    Curated by Jim Osman

    Introductions is a blow out event to ring in the new year with new exciting art by artists new to Trestle! This show includes over 50 participating artists - it's something you'll need to come and experience for yourself!

    We are pleased to announce that Jim Osman is our guest curator, and selected the works for the upcoming exhibition. Jim Osman is a NYC-based artist whose work investigates sculpture, painting, and installation. He exhibits his own artwork internationally and curated shows extensively. He is also the Director of the First Year Program at The New School.

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    January 14 - February 3, 2016
    Opening Reception: Thursday, January 14, 6-8pm

    Baum School of Art
    The David E. Rodale and Rodale Family Galleries
    510 West Linden St.
    Allentown, PA 18101

    Kristin Baxter, Nancy Bossert, Tegan M. Brozyna and Michael Radyk

    The Baum School of Art invites you to the opening reception of a new and exciting exhibition of fibers, textiles, and mixed media. Common Thread is an exhibition of four visual artists who explore textural values and tactile surfaces. Through a variety of media including yarn, aluminum, ceramics, clay works, fibers, fabric, and mixed media, Kristin Baxter, Nancy Bossert, Tegan M. Brozyna and Michael Radyk create a world of richly textured form, both two- and three-dimensional.

    This exhibition is made possible by a generous donation from the estate of Heidi Ludwig.

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  • "big SMALL works"

    "big SMALL works"

    June 23 - July 10, 2015
    Opening Reception: Thursday, June 25, 6pm-9pm

    Thomas Hunter Project Space
    Lexington Ave and 68th St.
    New York, NY

    Tegan M. Brozyna, Melissa Capasso, Valery Estabrook, AnneMarie Graham, Javan Grover, Dianne Hebbert, Debbi Kenote, Angela Kim, Alyssa McClenaghan, Abigail S. Miller, Steven Naukam, Francesca Simonite, Charles Sommer, and Michael Uttaro

    Curated by Aisha Tandiwe Bell

    This past year, Vito Acconci has been our Master advisor in the Brooklyn College MFA program. His words have guided us to perceive with new eyes and ears, open thoughts and minds. Big SMALL Works is a sampling of our most recent work.

    “Start thinking-about/dreaming-of/designing/making a light (or lighting): start by thinking of light as a point of light, a dot of light...But, as long as the light remains a dot, a point, a mark, then the light can’t go anywhere, it’s only a point-in-itself, it’s enclosed in itself, it’s stopped by itself...In order for the light to light, to be lighting, to be light itself, to make illumination, to give out light, it has to go out of itself, it has to throw light, like throwing one’s voice...So make a light that refuses to stay stuck in itself, make a point of light that becomes a line of light -- a point of light that stretches from here to there, that spreads from here to elsewhere -- a point of light that produces, that results in, a ray of light, a channel of light, a beam of light, a volume of light...Don’t stop now, don’t stop where you are: bring your eyelids down, start to close your eyes, your eyelids are quivering, your vision blurs -- in your mind’s eye, or maybe from under your eyelids, the point of light has deformed into a blur of light, a haze of light, an ooze of light, a fog of light...”
    — Vito Acconci

    Thomas Hunter Project Room is located in the basement of the Thomas Hunter building on Lexington Ave. between 68th and 69th Streets.
    Visitors will need to get a "guest pass" from the main entrance at Hunter College on the corner of 68th St. and Lexington Ave. You may then use any entrance to reach the Thomas Hunter Project Space, located in the basement of the Thomas Hunter Building.

  • "Organic Construction & the Interior Domain"

    "Organic Construction & the Interior Domain"

    May 1 - Sept. 26, 2015
    Opening Reception: May 1, 5:30-7:30 pm

    Albany Public Library, Pine Hills Branch
    Albany, NY

    Tegan M. Brozyna, Deborah Kenote, Madison LaVallee, and Claire Sherwood

    Curated by Jessica Cone

    An exploration of the relationship between internal domain and the external reality that shapes it.

    Art at APL is a juried fine arts exhibition program at their Pine Hills Branch, and it is dedicated to showcasing the work of contemporary artists connected to the Capital Region. By integrating artwork into public spaces within the library, the program aims to enrich your library experience and give you something beautiful to look at while you browse their collections.

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  • Tegan M Brozyna: Re-Mapping the World

    Tegan M Brozyna: Re-Mapping the World

    December 2014 - July 2015

    Philadelphia International Airport
    Philadelphia, PA
    Between Terminals C and D

    I am pleased to announce that three of my pieces will be on display at the Philadelphia International Airport as part of their Art at the Airport program. Running now through July 2015, airport visitors will be able to view "Tectonics," "Delineated," and "Fault Lines" in the walkway between Terminals C and D.

    About Art at the Airport:
    In 1998, Philadelphia International Airport established an Exhibitions Program — a visual arts initiative to humanize the Airport environment, provide visibility for Philadelphia’s unique cultural life, and to enrich the experience of the traveling public.

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  • RSVP 3

    RSVP 3

    July 14 - August 14, 2012
    Opening Reception, Saturday, July 14, 2012, 4 – 6:30 pm

    LG Tripp Gallery
    47 N. 2nd St.
    Philadelphia, PA 19106

    Ryan Cobourn, Paul Davis Jones, Michele Kishita, Yvonne Love, Mircea Popescu and Michael Yoder, John Dickerson, Robert Dodge, Joseph Iacona and Colleen McCubbin Stepanic, Victoria Pepe, James Perry and Tegan M. Brozyna

    LGTripp Gallery continues its tradition of a summer invitational. This exhibition is the intersection of the variegated histories of thirteen artists. The disparity of the rich and expansive career of the mature artist to the enthusiastic, tenuous beginning of the recent art school graduate, the educated and the self taught artists, expressing their creativity and experiences through a myriad of styles, mediums and techniques, each with their own individual approaches to abstraction. It is at this juncture of abstraction that their paths converge.

    This year RSVP 3 is showcasing thirteen artists, twelve exhibiting here for the first time. The exhibition will feature paintings by Ryan Cobourn, Paul Davis Jones, Michele Kishita, Yvonne Love, Mircea Popescu and Michael Yoder, drawings by John Dickerson, Robert Dodge, Joseph Iacona and Colleen McCubbin Stepanic, video by Victoria Pepe, sculpture by James Perry and installation by Tegan M. Brozyna. These artists are based in Philadelphia and the surrounding region.

    Gallery hours: Tuesday by appointment, Wednesday 12- 5pm, Thursday - Saturday 11-6pm

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  • InRoads

    September 12-November 28, 2010

    Second Space Arts
    900 East Howell St., Second Floor
    Philadelphia, PA

    Tegan M. Brozyna and Yvonne Valenza

    Curated by Timothy Gierschick

    "Looking at topography (the “lay of the land”) or cartography (maps) should then resonate with our guts – our instincts, so to speak – and visually remind us that extremes are often incorrect: the truth is often somewhere nearer the middle. The meandering lines found in Tegan Brozyna’s paintings and works on paper are a fine synthesis of the linear and the circular versions of journey. In a real sense, rather than life being a journey, life is journeying: the passive becomes active. In Brozyna’s works, we visually walk with her over hill and dale; through the streets and avenues of America, all the while enjoying the view afforded by Brozyna’s joyful re-working of the landscape, and its realignment into a more ambiguous space. Painted on “bird’s-eye view” maps, the lines we actually traipse on morph into a more horizon-based experience: our progression is pleasant, but somewhat mysterious, because of this ambiguity. As the French post-Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin asks in his famous painting title, Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?"

    -Timothy Gierschick