Artist’s Talk with Kristy Summers and Nikki Moser

Come join us for our first Artist’s Talk of the year. We will be welcoming two sculptors who are new to the area to discuss their work and their process.
 
Nikki Moser is a sculptor, fascinated by systems. Her work has manifested
itself in cast iron, printmaking, photography, mixed media, video and sound.
Driven by a desire to assemble objects and ideas in ways that recast light,
propose an alternate dialog and subtly implicate the viewer, her media
corresponds intimately to the concepts. In 2010 she co-founded Keystone
Iron Works, an Iron Casting program for at risk high school students, which
has been awarded two National Endowment for the Arts awards. She regularly
exhibits her work and has sculptures in many private collections. She sews,
likes playing with fire and makes excellent chocolate chip cookies.
http://www.nikkimoser.com
 
Kristy Summers, born and raised in the mid-west found her way to Alaska in 2014. She graduated with her BFA from the University of Kansas in 2002, and her MFA from Alfred University in 2006. Following her studies at Alfred University, Kristy was award a Fine Art Fellowship position at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, where she continued to work as a visiting assistant professor of sculpture and 3D foundations. Exhibiting her work, Kristy has been included in a number of shows around the country. She has exhibited work in a number of sculpture parks, city outdoor sculpture programs, as well as in universities, and gallery settings. Kristy has completed multiple large-scale commissions for the Botanic Garden of Chicago and the Peggy Notebart Nature museum, participated in and co-led residency programs at Franconia Sculpture Park, was part of the steering committee for the International Conference of Cast Iron Art, in Latvia 2014 and Scranton, PA in 2018. Kristy now lives in Maine on Mount Desert Island with her husband and their four year old son.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Masks and proof of vaccination required.
Free/donations accepted