"Searching For Balance"
a solo exhibition of work by
Edward A. Burke
curated by Sarah Simpson
November 1 - December 17, 2022 Opening reception, November 3, 5-7 PM
Martin-Mullen Gallery, SUNY Oneonta, Oneonta, NY 13820
"I Am the Problem – Solo Exhibit
472 Main St, Ridgefield, CT
The intention of the art in this exhibit is to create a dialog and discussion regarding the ever-increasing threat to life on earth from the pollution of the air, sea, and land. The drawings and paintings in the exhibit speak to the issues of ecological threats from; carbon dioxide, micro-plastics, and massive amounts of trash all negatively impacting our very existence.
"Arc of the Moral Universe" a notebook project
A Collaborative Project - Directed by Carla Rae Johnson
"Ranting & Raving with a Pencil"
Travailing exhibit locations and schedules:
Greenberg Public Library, Elmsford, NY, Jan-Feb 2020
Field Library Gallery, Peekskill, March/April 2020
Hudson Valley MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art), Peekskill, NY
Tompkins County Library, Ithaca, NY Sept-Nov. 2020 (Co-sponsored by Saltonstall Foundation)
Ossining Public Library, Ossining, NY: Nov 2020 and the Main Gallery April 2022.
Orseman Art Gallery, Larchmont Public Library, July-Aug 2021
Edward Burke, Just Like Summer Camp, Pencil, Notebook 5' x 8"
WCC Exhibit - Colorless & Odorless - Solo Exhibition
The Intention of the Exhibition
This is my shared artistic journey---a quest to encourage and value awareness of the pollution problem manifested through my creative “lens” as a visual artist. The exhibition presents drawings and paintings created over the past decade driven by the impact of environmental violations upon our planet. I hope this presentation supports individuals as they view the imagery within my works translating what is received to an acknowledgment of our silent participation. We are one together in what can be harsh awareness.
"I Am the Problem" Solo Exhibition
287 Main St. Danbury, Connecticut 06810
June 28 – August 23
This exhibit is an amalgam of drawings and paintings dealing with overconsumption and pollution of the air, sea, and land.
Edward Burke, Plastic Spring Water, Acrylic on Canvas, 30" X 40.”
"Joseph Zito – Plus Ten" Collaborative Group Exhibit
Lennon & Weinberg
514 West 25th Street, New York, NY 10001
Phone 212-941-0012 Email email@example.com
May 17 – August 17, 2018
The "Plus Ten" exhibit derived from Mr. Zito's beekeeping, in which he saw a perfectly calibrated, though fragile, example of environmental and social infrastructure and a satisfying metaphor to generate a body of work. Originally intending to make a series of sculptures in the form of exquisite beehives constructed in exotic woods, he realized after making the first one that as much as it satisfied an H. C. Westermann-meets-Donald Judd axis present in his work, it was inherently limited as simply craft and lacking an expressive component.
So he chose to invoke the social imperative of the bee colony by inviting ten artist friends to collaborate with him. He made for each of them an impeccable clear pine hive, a stack of one deep and one medium compartment of the Langstroth type, and asked them to do something, anything at all, to embellish them and allow him to make their beehives part of “his” exhibition. The results express both individuality and community.