Made in NY 2023

March 25 to May 28, 2023

Robert Morgan, Mind the Gap, 2022

Made in NY is an annual juried exhibit at that features work by New York artists. Prizes will be awarded, including $1,000 for Best of Show. The exhibit is open to all media, such as photography, sculpture, ceramics, painting, drawing, fiber, installation, and video.

This year, jurors selected 77 pieces from 76 artists to be featured in the exhibition. The opening is 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, March 25, 2023.


Gary Sczerbaniewicz, sculptor

A New Hartford native, Gary Sczerbaniewicz currently lives and works in Buffalo. He earned degrees at Munson-Williams Proctor Institute School of Art, Alfred University, and the University at Buffalo.

“My recent sculptural work investigates the concept of cognitive dissonance as articulated through an architectural lexicon,” he says on his website. “I am drawn to create works in which an unknown, sudden, violent event has rendered a space inert, transforming it from its original intended function into a hybrid and liminal zone. A recovering child of both Catholicism and the Cold War, my works possess an acute fondness for cultural marginalia: the post-apocalyptic, the science-fictional, the Fortean, the weird and the eerie (as articulated by theorist Mark Fisher), the occult, and the many bewildering worlds of alternative history and conspiracy theory.

Sczerbaniewicz has had solo exhibits in Buffalo, Niagara, Philadephia, Connecticut, Delaware, and Florida, and has been included in group exhibitions in Toronto, New York City, Cleveland, Indiana, and Texas. His entry to Made in NY 2020 at the Schweinfurth won Best in Show award.

Theda Sandiford, mixed media artist

Based in Jersey City, NJ, Theda Sandiford creates multi-disciplinary experiences that provide a safe space to explore themes such as equity and inclusion, sustainability, and personal well-being.

“Using personal conflict as a starting point, I juxtapose various fibers with a variety of found materials using free form weaving, coiling, knotting, wrapping, and jewelry-making techniques,” Sandiford told Artwork Archive. “Meticulously collected materials, transformed by their collective memory become ‘social fabric’ weaving together contemporary issues and personal narratives.” 

Her work has been selected for Excellence in Fibers, curated by Fiber Art Now; displayed publicly in installations in New Jersey, New York, Florida, and more; and displayed in solo exhibits in New Jersey, New York City, Chicago, and more.

Kevin Larmon, painter

Kevin Larmon is a retired professor emeritus and Program Coordinator Art, Design, and Transmedia in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University. He received a BFA from Harpur College at SUNY Binghamton, and currently resides in Upstate New York.

For over three decades, Kevin Larmon has received critical acclaim for creating paintings that lyrically explore the divide between abstraction and referential imagery. His work has been associated with the post-conceptualism and neo-conceptual art movements, which were prominent aspects of exhibitions of the early 80s East Village Gallery Nature Morte and with critics/curators Tricia Collins and Richard Milazzo shaping the nature of painting after the rise of conceptual art.

His work is included in the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, Walker Arts Center in Minneapolis, and Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery at the University of Texas, Austin. He is the recipient of an Atlantic-Pacific Fellowship and a Pollack Krasner Foundation grant.

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Participating Artists

Jim Allen of Millbrook, NY
Anne Auld of Ithaca, NY
Cyndy Barbone of Greenwich, NY
Amanda Besl of Buffalo, NY
Lydia Boddie-Rice of Rochester, NY
Jessica Bottalico of Beacon, NY
Paul Brandwein of Rochester, NY
Pennie Brantley of Petersburg, NY
Susan Byrnes of Brooklyn, NY
Nancy Callahan of Gilbertsville, NY
Stephen Carlson of Syracuse, NY
Fernando Carpaneda of Freeport, NY
Robin Caster-Howard of Alfred, NY
Daniel Chadwick of Scottsville, NY
Maureen Church of Rochester, NY
Stephen Clark of Plymouth, NY
Rachel Ivy Clarke of Syracuse, NY
Willson Cummer of Fayetteville, NY
Sherry Davis of Riverhead, NY
David Dorsey of Pittsford, NY
Sharon Draghi of Harrison, NY
Henry J. Drexler of Norwich, NY
Leonard Eichler of Tully, NY
Deborah Florentino of Blossvale, NY
Angela Gaffney-Smith of Saugerties, NY
John Gardner of Sauquoit, NY
Alan Garry of Sleepy Hollow, NY
Bret Garwood of Rochester, NY
Julia Graziano of Manlius, NY
Wenda Habenicht of South Worcester, NY
Rich Harrington of Endwell, NY
Barbara Hart of Buffalo, NY
Laural Hartman of Pittsford, NY
Bill Hastings of Ithaca, NY
Jennifer Hecker of Brockport, NY
Joyce Hertzson of Pittsford, NY
Lee Hoag of Rochester, NY
Susan Hoffer of Lake Placid, NY
Joyce Homan of Syracuse, NY
Shawn Hull of Lansing, NY
Jenny Hutchinson of Glens Falls, NY
Beth Lee of New York, NY
Debbie PC Lee of Ithaca, NY
Barry Lobdell of Saranac Lake, NY
Elizabeth McAlpin of New York, NY
Pam McLaughlin of Syracuse, NY
Kathleen Miles of New York, NY
Gabriella Mirabelli of Croton-on-Hudson, NY
Denise Moody of Skaneateles, NY
Robert Morgan of Petersburg, NY
Kyle Mort of North Syracuse, NY
Joy Muller-McCoola of Glens Falls, NY
Connie Noftsier of Croghan, NY
Rob O’Neil of Albany, NY
Pat Pauly of Rochester, NY
Paul Pearce of Mattydale, NY
Margery Pearl Gurnett of Pittsford, NY
Judith Plotner of Gloversville, NY
Kari Ganoung Ruiz of Interlaken, NY
Nicholas Ruth of Rochester, NY
Matthew Sairio of Brooklyn, NY
Vicki Schneider of Hamburg, NY
Karen Sienk of Colden, NY
Sara Tack of Troy, NY
Rich Tomasello of Buffalo, NY
Kurt Treeby of Buffalo, NY
James Van Hoven of West Monroe, NY
Jane Verostek of Syracuse, NY
James Via of Rochester, NY
Lorraine Walsh of Stony Brook, NY
Mnetha Warren of Aurora, NY
Donalee Wesley of Marcellus, NY
Aron Winter of Hannacroix, NY
Gary L. Wolfe of Kenmore, NY
Carol Wood of Wallkill, NY
Hong Wu of Brooklyn, NY
David Zeggert of Binghamton, NY
Stefan Zoller of Henrietta, NY