Heads or Tails, Ceramic, 7" X 7" X 7 1/2" each, $250 each
Upside Down, Ceramic, 14" X 4" X 3" each, $250 each
Last Man Standing, Block Print on Hosho Paper, 22" X 26", $375 (framed)
Pairing II, Acrylic on Panel, 34" X 14" each, $450 each (framed)
A Lookout, Block Print on Hosho Paper, 24" X 36", $600 (framed)
The Pilot, Block Print on Hosho Paper, 24" X 36", $600 (framed)
Tightrope Walker, Block Print on Hosho Paper, 24" X 36", $700 (framed)
Stahlhartes Gehäuse: Kinky Boots no. 3, Bronze, 13" X 6 1/2" X 10 1/2", $1,200
Flights 3, Bronze and Recycled African Wood, 15" X 5" X 5", $1,600
Panoptic Landscape: Spin Top, Bronze, 32" X 11" X 11", $2,500
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Russian born Irina Koukhanova was educated at the Moscow Institute of Art and Industrial Design (Stroganovskoe), the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, MA and the University of Notre Dame, IN. Her devotion to using a wide range of materials emphasizing their inherited symbolism was developed into a body of work bridging the gap between installation art and object making. In recent years, Koukhanova has added a fourth dimension to her sculptural work by expanding into two-dimensional work through printing techniques and drawing.
In the past ten years, Koukhanova has participated in numerous exhibitions both national and international. Her last solo exhibition was in 2010 at DKO Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland, that subsequently offered her a gallery representation. In 2013, she was awarded Best of Show in Box Heart Gallery's "Art Inter/National" exhibition. She was named BoxHeart's 2014 Artist of the Year, and her solo exhibition "Panoptic Landscape" took place from March 18th - May 16th, 2014.
Koukhanova has three completed public art commissions in which she dealt with all aspects of large scale project proposal and fabrication. The highlight of her temporary large scale outdoor work was included in Navy Pier Walk, Chicago, juried by David Pagel, where she exhibited a 16' high sculpture fabricated out of steel and marine vinyl. She has participated in and won awards at national juried group exhibitions at Boston Sculptors Gallery, MA, Owensboro Museum of Art, KY, Marlboro Gallery, MD, Indianapolis Art Center, IN among others. Koukhanova curated and juried a variety of exhibitions. In 2012 she was chosen to be a juror of a National Margo Harris Hammerschlag Direct Carving Award, N.A.W.A.
Koukhanova has received highly competitive full scholarship residencies at Sculpture Space, Utica, NY, Santa Fe Art Institute, New Mexico (both sponsored by Joan Mitchell Foundation Grants), and Vermont Studio Center. She is currently the head of the sculpture program at Cleveland State University, and has been teaching in that capacity since 1999. She also has a continuing engagement with Summer Academy, Venice where she has taught Master classes in sculpture for the past six years.
Tuesday 11 - 6
Wednesday - Saturday 10 - 6
Sunday 1 - 5