UA-8412995-1 The Southport Globe: Reception for Dave Pressler's Diversity Jan.28th

Friday, January 27, 2012

Reception for Dave Pressler's Diversity Jan.28th

Reception for Dave Pressler's Diversity
Pequot Library
Saturday, January 28, 2012, 04:00pm - 06:00pm
Reception for Dave Pressler's Diversity
Exhibit Dates: Wednesday, January 18 through Tuesday, February 28
Projection Presentation & Discussion: Saturday, February 4 4pm
Artist, Photographer and Designer Dave Pressler has selected a broad variety of his work, in different categories, to demonstrate how the creative process of observation, imagination and exploration can yield multiple forms of expression, using various mediums to communicate specific subjects.
To create this exhibit, Mr. Pressler selected groups of works that are both diversified from each other and that can be viewed as themes of creative activity.
Dave Pressler holds a BFA in Industrial Design from Rhode Island School of Design and has studied at the Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC, and Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT, where he is currently a Guild Member and former Trustee. He is currently an officer of ArtPlace Gallery, Fairfield, and a member of the curatorial committee at the Bruce S. Kershner Gallery of the Fairfield Public Library, Fairfield. His work is in numerous collections, including Bridgeport Hospital's Heart Institute in Fairfield and St. Vincent's Hospital Special Needs Center in Stratford. He has exhibited his work at a number of galleries, corporations and organizations including: the Silvermine Guild Arts Center, Westport Arts Center, Nylen Gallery in Westport, CT, Vertrue Corporation, The Watermark Corporation,The American Museum of Natural History, NYC, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, and The Hudson River Museum in Westchester, New York. Mr. Pressler is President of Synapsis Corporation, a design and art communications firm and a Principal of Blackburn Pressler Associates, a corporate identity and communications consultancy.
Location : Perkin Gallery and Main Reading Room

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