April Coppini & Molly Schulps

Everything Is Possible/Nothing is Possible

Back by popular demand are the gorgeous charcoal (and sometimes pastel) drawings of April Coppini. We have invited April to come back for another exhibition, this time sharing the stage with ceramic artist Molly Schulps. Schulps a recent addition to Imogen brings a new collection of ceramic sculpture and vessels. She splits her time between her studio here in Astoria as well as in Los Angeles where she is director to the Cypress College’s ceramic department. Coppini and Schulps both share a common passion for environmental issues, specifically relating to wildlife preservation. As Coppini utilizes paper for her support of dramatic imagery, Schulps turns to her wheel thrown and hand built clay pieces as backbone to her love of drawing and playful use of color. Known for her gorgeous charcoal drawings of bees, Coppini brings a new series of elegant drawings showcasing her exquisite skills of breathing life into two dimensional work. We are excited to be presenting these two incredibly talented artists together. The exhibition will be on view October 10 – November 10.