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OCB employee artwork selected for “On My Own Time” exhibit at the Everson

A team of professional artists traveled to Oswego County BOCES recently to select staff-submitted artwork for display in the upcoming “On My Own Time” exhibit at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse.

Vonda Bisha, an employee at Oswego County BOCES, was selected to participate in the 40th Annual “On My Own Time” exhibit at the Everson Museum. She is pictured with her original metalwork/ jewelry piece entitled “Recycled” that will be on display during the exhibit.
Vonda Bisha, an employee at Oswego County BOCES, was selected to participate in the 40th Annual “On My Own Time” exhibit at the Everson Museum. She is pictured with her original metalwork/ jewelry piece entitled “Recycled” that will be on display during the exhibit.

After careful deliberation the panel selected the following employees and pieces for participation in the exhibit:

• “Recycled” by Vonda Bisha, Transportation
• “Rooted” by Kevin Clapp, Instructional Technology
• “If Butterflies Ruled” by Rhoda Cunningham, Adult Education
• “Morning Graze” by Alex McCombie, Instructional Technology

The unique “On My Own Time” community arts program celebrates the creative skills of employees of Central New York businesses and is co-sponsored by the CNY Arts (formerly the Cultural Resources Council) and the Everson Museum of Art.

“On My Own Time” will mark its 40th anniversary in Syracuse this year with special exhibit at the Everson Museum of Art in the fall.

The museum will hold a reception in honor of all of the selected artists including the four OCB employees.

OCB incidentally has been participating in “On My Own Time” for the past 12 years.

“Rooted,” an original piece by Kevin Clapp, Oswego County BOCES Director of Technology was selected for the “On My Own Time” exhibit at the Everson Museum in Syracuse. In addition to being featured at the museum’s exhibit, Clapp’s sculpture will be featured on the publicity materials for the show. “On My Own Time” is a community arts program that was established 40 years ago to celebrate the creative skills of employees of central New York businesses.
“Rooted,” an original piece by Kevin Clapp, Oswego County BOCES Director of Technology was selected for the “On My Own Time” exhibit at the Everson Museum in Syracuse. In addition to being featured at the museum’s exhibit, Clapp’s sculpture will be featured on the publicity materials for the show. “On My Own Time” is a community arts program that was established 40 years ago to celebrate the creative skills of employees of central New York businesses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rhoda Cunningham’s watercolor piece entitled “If Butterflies Ruled” was selected for the “On My Own Time” exhibit at the Everson Museum. Cunningham is employed in the Adult Education Office at Oswego County BOCES.
Rhoda Cunningham’s watercolor piece entitled “If Butterflies Ruled” was selected for the “On My Own Time” exhibit at the Everson Museum. Cunningham is employed in the Adult Education Office at Oswego County BOCES.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alex McCombie with this digital photography work entitled “Morning Graze” The piece was selected for the “On My Own Time” art exhibit at the Everson Museum in Syracuse later this fall. “On My Own Time” is a community arts program that was established to celebrate the creative skills of employees of central New York businesses, McCombie is employed as a Database Administrator at Oswego County BOCES.
Alex McCombie with this digital photography work entitled “Morning Graze” The piece was selected for the “On My Own Time” art exhibit at the Everson Museum in Syracuse later this fall. “On My Own Time” is a community arts program that was established to celebrate the creative skills of employees of central New York businesses, McCombie is employed as a Database Administrator at Oswego County BOCES.