B. Avery Syrig is a collage, sculpture, and assemblage artist. Syrig’s work, created using collected materials, explores the development of individuality within the varying structures – physical, familial, and societal – that define our lives.
Syrig holds a BFA in Studio Art from Alfred University where she studied ceramics, glass, metal, paper making, performance, and video arts. She has exhibited at ArtsWestchester, The College of New Rochelle, NYC’s ArtExpo, Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Torpedo Factory Art Center, and other venues nationally. She has attended residencies at Vermont Studio Center, High Concept Laboratories, Defibrillator, and Salem Art Works. She lives and maintains a studio in New York.
Syrig is the director of BAS Fine Art Services, which works with corporate and residential clients in fine art acquisition, placement, and installation as well as with artists in sales, professional practice, and career advancement. She has curated exhibitions at Kenise Barnes Fine Art and the Rhodes Room Gallery.
Along with her degree in Studio Art and Fine Art Materials, Syrig has eight years of experience in fine art galleries in management, placement, sales, social media, and logistics. Trained under fine art installers from the Guggenheim and the New Museum, she has been installing artwork professionally for over seven years.