Veiled Perceptions Opening Reception



Veiled Perceptions

A majority of things are taken at face value, which in turn, are disregarded and pushed
aside. The history, the struggles, and the impact these things have had throughout the existence
of humanity are purposefully overlooked. It is important to acknowledge and remember these
“Veiled Perceptions”.

“Veiled Perceptions” is a co-exhibition
featuring two FSU MFA graduating artists, Annie
Donovan and Tenee’ Hart.

The show will contain a mixture of sculpture, 2D
work, and video

* What: Veiled Perceptions, a co-exhibition by graduating MFAs Annie Donovan and Tenee’ Hart
* When: Public Opening April 16, 7pm-9pm
* Where: Working Method Contemporary, Carnaghi Arts Building at 2214 Belle Vue Way, Tallahassee, FL 32303.
* Facebook Event:

Noah Z. Brock

Quote by Susan Welsh about Vitruvian Reflexion:
“As artists, we must push the limitations of technique, media, and message – innovating, always — if we are to engage viewers on multiple levels. Wonder junkies will delight in Noah Brock’s stunning sculptural work “Vitruvian Reflexion,” the winner of this year’s competition. While appearing to bend the laws of physics and awe with its balance of strength and vulnerability, both the reflexion and the reflection captivate the viewer from the approach. But, the viewer must enter and engage to complete Brock’s vision. Interacting with this masterwork is truly an immersive experience, which ignites curiosity – and that is exactly where art must be today.”
Noah Z. Brock is a sculpture artist who works primarily with metal.
“My work is based in mathematics in an attempt to describe the world around us. This concept is manifested in sculptural form to high precision, but often represents seemingly imprecise organic shapes. This clash of structure and nature is frequently perceived as a juxtaposition, but in reality, one is used to describe the other. Calculated geometry can often times show us another perspective on the natural world.”
“The Ultimate Truth” is in Tuscawilla Park in Ocala, FL until September 2015
“Icarus Wings” is installed permanently in Innovation Park at 2003 Levy Ave, Tallahassee, FL 32310
“Entropy” will be on display at Digitech 2015 on April 1st
Check out more of his work at and


MFA Thesis Talks and Exhibition

April 9, 2015 from 7pm-9pm: Graduating MFA Thesis Talks

April 10, 2015 from 6pm-8pm: Graduating MFA Exhibition Opening

2015 Graduating MFAs:

Maize Arendsee
Jillian Browning
Michael Diaz
Annie Donovan
Sarita Guillory
Tenee’ Hart
Huisi He
Lourdes Jimenez
Haley Lauw

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Adrian Errico

I utilize electronic media to create moments that defy time and space, moments which make the everyday world foreign and exciting again. Video is comprised of pixels that I am able to manipulate as matter no different from a painter or sculptor with their respective materials, and with these pixels I disrupt perceptions of linear time. Through visual and aural cues, I have the ability to take the viewer into virtual headspaces that feel as real as they are intangible. I am not interested in answers, but rather in the mystery to be defined by each individual who encounters the work.

Adrian Errico is a Digital Video artist that works with video, audio, text and photography and draws influence from Miranda July, Karen Finley, Tabaimo, Jan Svankmajer, Michel Gondry. Check out some of her video work below and on her website at

Rape Culture Show

The artists reception for the Rape Culture Show is happening this Thursday, March 19, from 8pm-10pm at Working Method Contemporary. This event is free and open to the public and will feature live performances as well as the opportunity to chat with the artists. Working Method Contemporary is located at 2214 Belle Vue Way in the Carnaghi Arts Building. Please visit the show website for more info:




Sarita Guillory

“I am intrigued by the unusual, the hidden, the mysterious, the forgotten, and ultimately, the undiscovered. The intricacy of the mind, the mystery of the soul, and how these two concepts harmonize is of interest to me. My images search to create a space where the obscurity and undiscovered beauty of both ideas coexist. I construct these spaces with discarded and/or altered man-made materials. Botanicals or natural earth elements are juxtaposed within the scene. The combination of materials and the layering of the scene silently comments on the complexity and symmetry of both the mind and the soul. It secretly reflects energy alignment within self and worldly influence causing transformation to the character.”

Sarita Guillory is a photographer that draws inspiration from Romanticism, Landscape art, Baroque art, Kim Keever, Margriet Smulders, Jacob Fellander, and Carlos Tarrats.

See more of her work at

Annie Donovan

 “The art I create is inspired by my fascination with the world and my obsession to share my experience exploring it.”

Annie Donovan is a multimedia artist that works predominantly with Photography to create nature-inspired works of art. You can see more of her work at Oranbeg Press, Pryme Magazine, The Impossible Project Blog, and her website,


Raw Opening Reception

Working Method Contemporary is pleased to announce the opening of Raw, a group exhibition featuring new and in progress works by 1st year MFA candidates Mary Chong, Michelle Eccles, Adrian Errico, Christina Klein, Sierra Kramer, Lin Li, Erik Pedersen, Chelsea Raflo, Kathleen Saunders, and Austin Yorke. The exhibition will be on view from February 19th until March 8th, with an opening reception on Thursday, February 19, 2015 from 7:00-9:00pm. The reception is free and open to the public. Working Method Contemporary is located inside the Carnaghi Arts Building at 2214 Belle Vue Way, Tallahassee, Fl 32303

Gaelin Craighead

“Working with textiles and meditative sewing techniques allows me to explore domesticity and my personal history. “

Gaelin Craighead is an interdisciplinary fiber artist that creates embroideries and assemblages.

See more of her work at

Amanda French

“Archaeologist of the Self”

Amanda French is a painter whose work is a “resolution to be an archeologist of the self.” She works mainly with charcoal, Indian ink, oil, pastel, and watercolor.

She cites her father, George Baselitz, Sue Coe, Neil Jenny, William Kentridge, Mark Rothko, Cy Twombly, and Mel Brooks as her biggest influences.

See more of her work on Facebook