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McNeil Building Gallery

FIRST FLOOR HALLWAY

17 MAIN ST CORTLAND

McNeil Building Gallery is located on the first floor at 17 Main Street Cortland. The exhibits are open to the public during business hours. To inquire about exhibiting, see our Call to Artist page!

“'BETWEEN MACHINES”

By Ralph Turturro

Between Machines Memory
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Is Imminant
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Rope
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Sunday Morning
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Looking Down Once We've Left
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Above Ground n Tribal
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Time Capsules  to be opened in 2493
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Boxcars
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Came - Come into the light
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Cortland Arts Connect invites the community to enjoy a new exhibit by local artist Ralph Turturro in the first floor Art Gallery of the McNeil Building, 19 Main Street, Cortland, November through December.

 

The show titled “'Between Machines” in the first floor Art Gallery of the McNeil Building, 19 Main Street, Cortland, November through December.  The exhibit showcases 2022 works on canvas and paper.

 

Turturro received a B.S.A. from the University of Wisconsin before studying at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY and receiving a M.F.A. degree.  He has been painting for 40 years and shares that his Uncle Domenic was a painter and a big influence on him. His Artist statement for the exhibit is “My work is story telling from inside my own head. I respond to stuff in my life and then transfer it to the paintings. I respond to the immediacy of the work at hand. Mark Making! The titles come from the news and readings and conversations.”

 

The McNeil Gallery is open to the public during regular business hours.