Jason Starin: SOL
Exhibition on view until: Friday, June 18, 2021
SOL is a continuing series of ceramic and multi-media sculptures influenced by architectural detritus and varying landscape surfaces, suggesting the deterioration of structure, containment, as well as categorical reasoning as signified in the ubiquitous simple geometry of the cube as false solid or empty container.
About the Artist
Jason Lee Starin has shown in numerous group exhibitions throughout the USA, notably at Katherine E. Nash Gallery, MN., Law Warschaw Gallery, MN., Woodmere Art Museum, PA., Gravity Gallery, MA., American Museum of Ceramic Art, CA., The Center for Craft, Creativity and Design, NC., GCA Gallery, NYC., Arizona State University Art Museum, Ceramics Research Center, AZ., The Clay Studio, PA., and San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, TX. In 2017, Starin received an Independence Foundation Fellowship Grant to research his interest in Geomythology during a two-month stay at the NES Artist Residency in Skagaströnd, Iceland. Starin received his MFA in Applied Craft and Design from Pacific Northwest College of Art and Oregon College of Art and Craft in 2011, and his BFA in Ceramics from Grand Valley State University in 1999. In 1998, he studied abroad at Kingston University, in the United Kingdom. Currently, Starin lives and works in Philadelphia, PA.