Virtual Artist Talk: David Ferris
Monday, September 28, 2020
For thousands of years, numbers and the elements of the alphabet have been used as building blocks for the creation and storage of information. Artist, graphic designer, furniture maker and sculptor David Ferris continues to add to an ongoing series of uniquely designed letter forms. Working in graphite — a traditional drawing medium — he turns each letter into a work of art, balancing two-dimensional forms with three-dimensional mass. Selected drawings are explored as sculptures.
The Numbers and Letters exhibit will be on display from September 7 – October 1 in the Board Room and Gallery of O’Connor Hall.
To participate in this virtual artist talk, contact Anna Malzone at 631.687.1434 or [email protected]