Upfront Gallery & Lobby

Tedd Anderson & Kellie Bornhoft
Illusionary Worlds

Upfront Gallery
January 16 – February 20, 2016

First Friday Gallery Walk:
February 5, 2016

Artist Talk with Tedd Anderson:
February 18, 2016

Kellie Bornhoft, Curiosity Killed The Cat, mixed media
Tedd Anderson, Moving Still, enamel, acrylic, graphite, and paint marker on paper

Past Regional Emerging Artists in Residence Kellie Bornhoft and Tedd Anderson come together to present their group exhibition, Illusionary Worlds, in Artspace’s Upfront Gallery & Lobby. With an emphasis on the relationship between outer/inner spaces and human/nature interactions, Illusionary Worlds highlights the very different ways both artists produce their work, and the common themes that tie them together.

Site-Specific Installation:
Elisabeth Applbaum


January 16 – March 26, 2016

First Friday Gallery Walks:
February 5 & March 4, 2016

The Lobby will feature a special site-specific installation by photographer and mixed media artist Elisabeth Applbaum through March 2016.

Artist Bio:

Elisabeth Applbaum, who is originally from Texas, currently lives in Jerusalem after previous stops in Ann Arbor, Michigan; Boston, Massachusetts; and New York City. She earned her BA in Visual Art and Art History from Barnard College, Columbia University and supplemented her degree with coursework at the School of Visual Arts, the International Center for Photography, and with graduate-level study at The School of The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She has greatly enjoyed opportunities to participate in residencies in Venice and apprenticeships in Ann Arbor and Jerusalem. Her photography has been included in exhibitions across the United States and her bindings are collected internationally. She enjoys spending her free time with her husband, son, and cat, drinking over 115 varieties of tea and dreaming of their future log cabin outside of Yellowstone National Park.

Site-Specific Installation:
Tedd Anderson

Davie St Entrance
January 18 – March 26, 2016


Make sure to check out Tedd’s mural, which covers the walls of Artspace’s second Davie St entrance, in the first floor corridor. He will be adding to it periodically, so the public will get a chance to see the artist’s mind at work.