Medina Green Abstract painting has taken over every available surface in the former locker room. Acrylic, house paints, salvaged wood and panels, inks and aerosol are all used to transform every inch. The artist's painting practice is process driven and his site-specific projects unfold in an organic way dictated by the unique nature of the space. The location becomes a central element to the project and provides a structure for marks to grow into and out of, creating a harmony between site and the visual language of the painting. This installation is a chronicle of the relationship developed with the space.


Nate Hodge is an artist living and working out of Brockport, New York. In 2013 he received his BFA from SUNY Brockport and his MFA from the University at Buffalo in the spring of 2015. He has been the recipient of numerous awards. He has created installations and murals regionally, including projects for the college at Brockport, MCC, the WallTherapy program, and the Memorial Art Gallery.