The Lycoming College Art Gallery and the student-run Lycoming College Downtown Project Space are both located at 25 West Fourth Street in downtown Williamsport. Some exhibitions are housed in both spaces.
"As a printmaker, my work uses big data, averaging algorithms, and 500-year-old printmaking techniques to create compositions that try to find beauty in a chaotic world. By layering together what Lawrence Lessig calls wide-scale collages, I amalgamate historical, mythological, political, and religious imagery. These composites compress the originals into abstractions of vibrant colors, patterns, and shapes. In these juxtapositions, I explore the intricacies of my contemporary experience as an artist; where, in the age of big data, social networks, Photoshop, and the 24-hour news cycle, the burin, ink, and pixel make the most sense." – Eddy López
Born in Matagalpa, Nicaragua, in the midst of the Sandinista revolution, Eddy A. López is an artist whose composite prints layer historical, mythological, and religious themes. López’s artwork has been exhibited in various group and solo exhibitions across the United States and internationally, from the North American Print Biennial, Art Miami, Art Palm Beach, to shows in Colombia, Egypt, among others. His work can be found in various public and private collections, including the Frost Art Museum, Jaffe Center for Book Arts, Zuckerman Museum of Art, Universidad de Caldas, and El Minia University, Cairo. López studied at the University of Miami, earning an M.F.A. in Printmaking and he is currently an assistant professor of art at Bucknell University where he teaches printmaking and graphic design.
To submit work for consideration for a Gallery Exhibition:
Contact Rose DiRocco-Hodges, Gallery Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 570-321-4002