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PEACE
A Group Exhibition of Medallic Sculpture
Rocked by endless man-made and natural disasters, we live in an increasingly unsettling era of discord. PEACE is a medallic sculpture exhibition that extends from the show CONCERNS, which focused on humans as the root of perpetual misunderstanding, and was hosted by Medialia Gallery in March, 2006.

National and international artists have been invited to participate. Some of the medallic sculpture included in this exhibition has been selected from Medialia's special exhibition cerebrating the new millennium, in which many of the artists created medals with the hope that the year 2000 would yield a shift towards harmony.

For this exhibition, some artists have interpreted PEACE through a filter of political and human strife, while others have represented tranquility in nature, or phenomenon which invoke peace. However this word is approached by the artist and observer alike, it is an idea we strive to attain and exist in.

Featuring the work of: Helder Batista • Heather H. Blume • João Duarte • Rusdi Genest • Werner Godec • Kasuke Kishi • Pawel Leski • Chester Martin • Ariela Padan • Ann Shaper Pollack • Jeanne Stevens-Sollman • Janis Strupulis • Masayuki Takemoto • Rachel Tauber • Yumiko Tomobe • Keiichi Uryu • Etchi Werner-Nyiri
November 4th through 30th, 2006
 
2000

Helder Batista
Portugal
2006

Heather Blume
USA
2005

João Duarte
Portugal
2003

Rusdi Genest
Canada
1990

Werner Godec
Germany
undated

Kasuke Kishi
Japan
undated

Pawel Leski
Poland
undated

Chester Martin
USA
2004

Chester Martin
USA
undated

Ariela Padan
Israel
undated

Ann Shaper Pollack
USA
undated

Ann Shaper Pollack
USA
1995

Jeanne Stevens-Sollman
USA
1998

Janis Strupulis
USA
undated

Masayuki Takemoto
Japan
undated

Masayuki Takemoto
Japan
2006

Yumiko Tomobe
Japan • USA
2006

Yumiko Tomobe
Japan • USA
1989

Keiichi Uryu
Japan
1986

Keiichi Uryu
Japan
undated

Etchi Werner-Nyiri
Israel
undated

Etchi Werner-Nyiri
Israel