2019 SOLO SHOWS Gail Skudera
Gail Skudera’s woven mixed media works have been exhibited frequently since the early 1980s. Skudera was born in Hackensack, NJ and studied art at Montclair State University and Northern Illinois University, where she earned her BFA and MFA degrees.
Her work explores the process of deconstruction and reconstruction using paper, photographic materials and weaving. Skudera seeks to explore the physical and psychological relationship of people in their environment and evoke the sensation of looking through a window and the passage of time. Her process involves reassembling a photographic print and weaving it in alternating rows that are held in place with intersecting threads or strips of paper. The reweaving both abstracts and restores attributes of the original photograph, the subjects and their environment.
Skudera received a Visual Artist Fellowship Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, DC in 1990-91. She has participated in solo exhibitions at the Maine Museum of Photographic Arts, Portland; Williams Center Gallery at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania; Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York; Saint Mary’s College, Indiana; Lancaster Art Museum, Pennsylvania; Contemporary Art Workshop, Chicago; and Sybil Larney Gallery, Chicago.
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