Virginia Scotchie

In Columbia, SC, on Tuesday, June 26, USC Professor and artist, Virginia Scotchie, presented a performance piece of her mixed media sculptural work, The Seven Deadly Sins. This “Moving Exhibition” started at McMaster College on the USC campus, 1615 Senate Street, at 5:30 and ended at the Five Points at 631-D Harden Street, in front of Gallery V.

Scotchie’s work, consists of 7 shopping carts, each containing objects including animal forms and found objects. The contents of each shopping cart have been case in porcelain and cement. The carts and objects they contain are interpretations by the artist of the Seven Deadly Sins. Each cart was pushed by a student from USC on a 2 mile walk, from McMaster College to the Five Points intersection of Harden and Devine Street.

The performance art piece was in Five Points by the Hootie and the Blow Fish Sculpture, in front of Gallery V and was also televised on WOLO ABC Columbia Tuesday evening at 11pm.

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My work has been invited for a solo exhibition at the Thomas Hunter Project Gallery at Hunter College, The City University of New York at 695 Park Ave. This solo show will open May 6 and close May 26, 2012.

I have been asked to Curate the 2013 Scripps College 70th Annual Ceramic Exhibition. The exhibition will include 20 artists that I invite from across the United States whose work has had a major impact on the field of ceramic art. The exhibition will take place at the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College in Claremont, California. This Spring semester I will be working on the artists to include whose work centers around the thesis of De-Natured Abstraction.

I will also be the juror for the Red Heat annual exhibition at the University of Tulsa. The exhibition is open to all ceramic artists from the United States and I will jury the work to be included in the exhibition this coming May. The exhibition opens in Sept. 2012.

My work "Five Stack Cake" 2011, was recently purchased by the Fuller Museum in Boston Massachusetts for their permanent collection.
The opening is Friday, April 22 from 5-8. Come see the work of Virginia Scotchie, Jon McMillan, USC Graduate students, BFA students, BFA Alumni, and MFA Alumni. The show will be up through May 13th.
Meredyth and Meg Go 3D runs from January 7 through 29.  A reception for the artists, the curators, and the public will be held at the gallery on Friday, January 7 from 6 to 8 pm.

Meredyth Hyatt Moses, an independent curator, is ringing in the new year at Gallery NAGA with a treasure trove of objects ranging from wall-mounted studio furniture, large-scale glass sculpture, and miniature ceramic vessels to glass “paintings,” sculptural jewelry, and sculptural painting.  In collaboration, the two curators have focused their perspective on the third dimension and assembled a roster of highly regarded makers.