ITHACA, New York

Collection: ARIEL BULLION ECKLUND

ARTIST STATEMENT

Surrounded by discussions and images of architecture as a child and young adult, form and structure continue to be predominant influences in my work. I am interested in creating sculptural forms that echo Brutalist, Mid Century and Modern styles. 

Biography

ARIEL BULLION ECKLUND
  • Round Vessel with Posts
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    Round Vessel with Posts

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  • Round Tapered Vessel with Red
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    Round Tapered Vessel with Red

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    Saucer Vessel with Red

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    Rectangular Vessel with Red

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    Oval Vessel with Red

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About ARIEL BULLION ECKLUND

Ariel Bullion Ecklund holds a BFA in Art Photography from the School of Visual and Performing Arts and a Master’s Degree in Museum Studies, both from Syracuse University.

Following earning her Master of Arts, Ariel worked as a freelance photographer and in the Dept. of Preservation and Conservation at Cornell University Libraries. In 2009, she purchased a gallery and framing studio and has since curated and mounted over 100 physical exhibitions during her 15-year career as a gallerist.

Ariel has exhibited her ceramic and photographic work in galleries and museums throughout the region and her work is in many private collections in the United States. Ariel has been the recipient of numerous awards in juried exhibitions and was the recipient of a Kodak Merit Scholarship. In 2021, she was awarded the Cayuga Arts Collective Paddle Grant, to aid in her ceramic education.

In 2023, she was a co-juror for the Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts Summer Residency Program (for film/video) and was a guest artist in the Finger Lakes Pottery Tour.

Ariel’s artistic influences include Sally Mann, Lenore Tawney, Agnes Martin, Maria Lai, Todd Hido, Richard Serra. She also finds inspiration in architecture, maps and images of galaxies in outer space.

Ariel maintains her studio and resides with her family in Ithaca, NY.