Cornell Art Faculty 2022

A person walking in an art gallery with glass tires, paintings, and plants with a purple light underneath a wooden bench.
David Todd / AAP
Two panel painting with grey backgrounds featuring a cream colored rectangle with blue, yellow, red, and green vertical lines.
Joanna Malinowska, 4 Point Hudson Bay Blanket (2016) acrylic on plywood and wood stand. image / Canada, N.Y.
deer antlers with feathers in the center
Jolene Rickard, Leadership (2018) Black-and-white digital prints. Courtesy of the artist.
color image of a building and rock next to a line and point diagram
Nidaa Aboulhosn, Untitled #63 & #55 from the series Kharita (2020) archival pigment prints. images / Nidaa Aboulhosn
closeup waterfall
Daniel Torop, Falls (2021), inkjet print. image / Daniel Torop
red and orange watercolor painting of a burning building
Leslie Brack, Portland (2020), watercolor on paper. image / Leslie Brack and Cathouse Proper, Brooklyn, N.Y.
spread of a book with a black and white image of a bunker
Kayla Romberger Avoid Dying (2013), detail from offset-printed photo booklet of images from France and Albania. images / Kayla Romberger
geometric wood piece sculpture
Roberto Bertoia, Garden Study (2020), wood, bronze, and aluminum. image / Roberto Bertoia
embroidery form with a black rock embroidered at the bottom
Mara Baldwin Never Done (2018), embroidery thread, fabric, custom wood hoop, and hardware. image / Mara Baldwin
ink watercolor drawing on paper of trees and water
Renate Ferro, Roots #1 from the series Eye Spy a Storm (2021), ink on paper. image / Renate Ferro
collaged material on an aluminum sliding door
Leeza Meksin, Tapestries 3 and 4 from the series Hoist Store Shed (2018), construction netting, spandex, neoprene, dye, acrylic paint, polymer, silicone, Zentai suits, latex gloves. image / Leeza Meksin
David Todd / AAP Joanna Malinowska, 4 Point Hudson Bay Blanket (2016) acrylic on plywood and wood stand. image / Canada, N.Y. Jolene Rickard, Leadership (2018) Black-and-white digital prints. Courtesy of the artist. Nidaa Aboulhosn, Untitled #63 & #55 from the series Kharita (2020) archival pigment prints. images / Nidaa Aboulhosn Daniel Torop, Falls (2021), inkjet print. image / Daniel Torop Leslie Brack, Portland (2020), watercolor on paper. image / Leslie Brack and Cathouse Proper, Brooklyn, N.Y. Kayla Romberger Avoid Dying (2013), detail from offset-printed photo booklet of images from France and Albania. images / Kayla Romberger Roberto Bertoia, Garden Study (2020), wood, bronze, and aluminum. image / Roberto Bertoia Mara Baldwin Never Done (2018), embroidery thread, fabric, custom wood hoop, and hardware. image / Mara Baldwin Renate Ferro, Roots #1 from the series Eye Spy a Storm (2021), ink on paper. image / Renate Ferro Leeza Meksin, Tapestries 3 and 4 from the series Hoist Store Shed (2018), construction netting, spandex, neoprene, dye, acrylic paint, polymer, silicone, Zentai suits, latex gloves. image / Leeza Meksin

Art at 100

This spring, as the Art Department celebrates its 100th anniversary, Cornell University's Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art invites visitors to consider the relationship between art education and contemporary practice with a group exhibition of faculty work. 

Work on view by Department of Art faculty:

This exhibition was organized by Andrea Inselmann, curator of modern and contemporary art, and Isabella Dobson, curatorial assistant, at the Johnson Museum.

To view the full programming of our anniversaries click here.

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