Today I just installed my work at the Skaneateles Bakery in Skaneateles, NY. This work will be up until June and includes 12 new works of art. My work can also be seen at the Tuxill House in Auburn, NY previously shown work is installed as well as many new works. My graduate thesis is currently exhibiting at The String Room Gallery in Aurora, NY, seen by appt only. Details on their website.
I will announce 3 new Thesis events coming in March, check back here for additional details!!
March 14th 2pm-4pm
March 29th 2pm-5pm Artwork Reception and Thesis Event!
To be announced!
In November, Hyla will be exhibiting work at LOFO in Syracuse, NY!
What is LOFO??
"It’s a love affair with food. It’s about being connected, educated, and engaged. It is where our local food community meets to learn, talk about, and TRANSFORM our local food system. It’s where new friends meet, conversations start, and innovative tastes appear on the forefront of each and every tastebud.
We cater to an array of dietary preferences- vegans and carnies eat at the same table.
Our focus? Food.
Our mission? Make it delicious."
So come and check out the art while enjoying a delicious dish!!
315 422 6200
214 Walton Street, Syracuse, NY
Also during the month of November 2014, some of Hyla's artwork will continue to be shown and available for purchase at Auburn Public Theater. She will be showcasing with fellow artists Chelsea Hagin, Jake Harding, Sara Davenport, and Dana Merizzi. All artwork is presented for holiday purchase and can be taken upon payment. Artist reception will be November 7th from 5pm-7pm with live music provided by Bob Lyna, local musician.
Jake Harding and I shared a space for the month of June at the Unitarian Universalist Church located in Auburn, NY.
March 24th - May 11th 2014
Wells College Long Library Entrance
“There is nothing left for you back there” refers to leaving the past where it is. If it is no good to you in the present, burn it and leave it behind. Soar head first into the future and make no apologies.
Things I am: Artist. Happy. Mother of 4. Wife. Student. Reiki practitioner. Listener. Multi-tasker. Ambitious. Do-er. Challenger. Accepter of Challenges. Inspirer. Evolver. Teacher. Encourager.
Things I am not: …………………bored……………………
Some quotes about the exhibit copied from the Wells College Long Library Facebook page, Wells College Long Library Events website, as well as the Wells News Website
You may have noticed...wait! Of course you noticed the addition of some very colorful artwork in the main entrance of Long Library! This new exhibit is the work of Wells College junior, Hyla Waldron. You can see her exhibit, titled, "There Is Nothing Left For You Back There," in the 1st floor gallery space from March 24th-May 11th. If the endless winter weather has you down, a few moments surrounded by Hyla's amazing colors and "quirky birds" will have you smiling in no time! "
"Come see a new exhibition of artwork by Wells College junior, Hyla Waldron '15. You can see the exhibit, titled, "There Is Nothing Left For You Back There," in the library's first floor gallery space from March 24 to May 11. If the endless winter weather has you down, a few moments surrounded by Hyla's amazing colors and "quirky birds" will have you smiling in no time!"
"Wells' Louis Jefferson Long Library is proud to partner with visual arts major Hyla Waldron '15 for an exhibit titled "There Is Nothing Left for You Back There." Hyla has a number of pieces on display in a variety of media; they will be open for viewing during library hours from March 24 to May 11.
Hyla's creative work often intersects with her extensive involvement in the local community. She has contributed her work to a fundraiser auction for a local dentist's office, participated in Syracuse University's Empty Bowls Project, helped design a 20-foot mural for the Cayuga Community College campus where she recently earned her associate degree, and more. Currently Hyla volunteers at Auburn's Seymour Library as art project manager and serves as President of the Genesee Parent Teacher Partnership.
Additionally, as Wells proceeds with campus construction and renovation projects this semester, Hyla was able to help establish the temporary home for Wells' Sullivan Center for Business and Entrepreneurship by painting the Center's logo prominently in the hallway where the offices are located."