PORTALS: 2D & 3D Artwork by Satre Stuelke
On View through December 17
Tues – Fri 11am – 4pm and by appt.
Selected works are on sale through a “Silent Auction” process.
Satre Stuelke MD MFA has shown his work across the globe in numerous gallery and museum exhibitions.
His work has been featured in The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, The Guardian (UK), NBC’s Today Show, and ABC news, among many others. He has an MFA (Master of Fine Arts) degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MD from Cornell.
Portals exist between two realms. A Portal hovers between your world, and the world on the other side. You may never experience the other realm and you may experience both worlds at once. The computer, the 3D printer, and the Drawing Robot are all Portals through which Satre’s work is created…tranPORTed from the realm of electronic zeros and ones to the realm of sculpture and drawing.
The works themselves are all Portals.
Q: How long does it take to make one of your sculptures?
A: Each one takes at least 3 weeks, sometimes longer. The print from the 3D printer actually takes the least amount of time at around 1-2 days. The post-processing by hand takes the remainder of the 3 weeks. The larger sculptures can take several months to build.
Satre Stuelke has a unique background straddling Art and Science with a Master of Fine Arts – you can visit his website HERE
Established in 2005, the Gallery at the Center has held over 150+ exhibits featuring local, regional and nationally known artists.
Gallery Hours are 11am – 4pm Tuesday – Friday, during special events and concerts, and by appointment. Call: 607-749-4900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Gallery Curator: Bryna Silbert
Gallery Manager: Terri Fendya