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Beyond Rodin - New Directions in Contemporary Figurative Sculpture

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Add to Calendar 06-05-2012 16-06-2012 15 Beyond Rodin - New Directions in Contemporary Figurative Sculpture The exhibit will feature the work of 20 US-based sculptors who are creating innovative contemporary works built on a foundation of anatomical rigor and classical training in sculpting the human form. Works are made from materials ranging from bronze, wood or clay to space-age polymers. The pieces are created using methods that span from hand-modeling and carving to being designed inside a computer and printed into solid form with a 3-D scanner. Installations are planned in the Gallery and on the grounds of The Rye Arts Center. Additional outdoor works will be installed on Rye's Purchase Street during May. Opening is May 6 at 4pm. Through June 16. For more information, visit ryeartscenter.org or call 914-967-0700 x33. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=107535 RYE ARTS CENTER true DD/MM/YYYY
May 06, 2012 through June 16, 2012
9:30am-3:30pm Tuesdays; 10am-4pm Wednesdays-Fridays; 9:30am-3:30pm Saturdays
RYE ARTS CENTER
Rye
All Ages

Description: The exhibit will feature the work of 20 US-based sculptors who are creating innovative contemporary works built on a foundation of anatomical rigor and classical training in sculpting the human form. Works are made from materials ranging from bronze, wood or clay to space-age polymers. The pieces are created using methods that span from hand-modeling and carving to being designed inside a computer and printed into solid form with a 3-D scanner. Installations are planned in the Gallery and on the grounds of The Rye Arts Center. Additional outdoor works will be installed on Rye's Purchase Street during May. Opening is May 6 at 4pm. Through June 16. For more information, visit ryeartscenter.org or call 914-967-0700 x33.

Address: 51 Milton Rd.
Rye, NY 10580
Phone: 914-967-0700
Website: ryeartscenter.org

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