2009 Square One Gallery Archive

2002-generationSquare One Gallery
1 Union Square West,
New York, NY 10003

Square One Gallery was an informal gallery space in architectural offices at One Union Square West. Occasional exhibitions at the gallery represented a wide variety of artists from 2002 to 2009

Square One Gallery
Overview of Exhibitions before 2005:www.aprilvollmer.com/squareonegallery/

April Vollmer, Voyage to Italy, Large Format Digital Prints, 2007 Voyage
Purgatory Pie Press, Postcard Show, 2009 www.purtatorypiepress.com
Lee Brozgol, Ceramics, 2009 brozgolceramics.com/
Shi Jia Chen, Bronze Sculptures, 2006  www.aprilvollmer.com/chen
James V. Banta, paintings, 2005
Tod Herron, paintings, 2005 www.eye-gear.com
Susan Mastrangelo, 2005  www.susanmastrangelo.com
Carol Goebel , welded sculpture, 2005, www.ceresgallery.org/goebel
Caren Canier, paintings and mixed media, 2004  www.rpi.edu/~caniec/
Daniel G. Hill,  recent photography, 2004 danielghill.com/art/
Chico, Works on Canvas” 2004, presented by Charas and Square One Gallery
Deepanjana Klein, curator, Kaleidoscope: Small works on paper by contemporary Indian artists, 2004 www.aprilvollmer.com/kaleidoscope/
Susan Tunick, Ceramic Wall Reliefs, 2004   www.aprilvollmer.com/susan/
Richard Ciccarelli and Linda Pellegrini, New Paintings, 2003 www.aprilvollmer.com/richard/
Ellen Coleman, etching and mixed media prints, 2003 www.aprilvollmer.com/ellen
Carlos Pinto, Charas presented the paintings of this Guatemalan artist June thru August  2003.
Claudia Sbrissa, Lines and Clusters printed drawings, 2003 www.aprilvollmer.com/claudia
Mildred Beltré, Chance, Woodcuts, 2003  www.aprilvollmer.com/mildred
Barbara Proud, Alter Eros, Photographs, 2002 www.bproudphoto.com
Felix Plaza, Tatuajes de una Vida/Tattoos of a Life, Prints, 2002 www.aprilvollmer.com/felix
April Vollmer, Iteration, Woodcuts, 2002 www.aprilvollmer.com/webwalk0502 and www.aprilvollmer.com/opening

Author: adminapril

April Vollmer is a New York artist who studied mokuhanga after receiving her Master of Fine Arts in printmaking at Hunter College. Her work has been shown widely and she teaches Japanese woodblock regularly at the Lower East Side Printshop. She has participated in many residencies including the Nagasawa Art Park in Japan, and was on the board of the first and second International Mokuhanga Conferences. Her book "Japanese Woodblock Print Workshop" was released in 2015 by Watson-Guptill.