exhibitions

Brenda Garand - It's Like Falling Into Water: Sculpture and Drawing

Professor Brenda Garand's show, It's Like Falling Into Water: Sculpture and Drawing, will be on display in the Rebecca Lawrence Gallery at AVA in Lebanon from June 10 - July 13, 2016. There will be an opening reception on Friday, June 10, from 5:00 - 7:00PM.

For more information, visit the AVA Gallery website:

www.avagallery.org

Christina Seely - The Hour of Land

Assistant Professor of Studio Art Christina Seely has work showcased in an exhibition of photographs in correlation with those curated into Terry Tempest Williams' new book The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography of America's National Parks that is up at EUQINOM projects in San Francisco.

"Part memoir, part natural history, and part social critique, this book is a literary celebration honoring the centennial of the National Park Service. This is a meditation and a manifesto on why wild lands matter to the soul of America and includes a collection of photographs evoking an emotional landscape in parallel with Tempest William's writings about each national park." (from Euqinom projects Gallery)

A reception that includes a reading by Terry and a panel discussion with Christina and other artists from the book will take place on June 8 from 6-8pm.

 

Visit the website:
www.euqinomprojects.com

Esmé Thompson - Recent Paintings

Esmé Thompson - Recent Paintings
March 1 - March 26, 2016
Opening Reception: 5-8pm on Thursday, March 3, 2016

In Esmé Thompson’s paintings and multipanel wall reliefs the use of color and pattern create a dynamic and engaging viewing experience.  Colorful and bold, the paintings attest to a lifelong interest in decorative designs as diverse as those found in Islamic textiles and ceramic tiles to those of medieval paintings and illuminated manuscripts.  The Bowery Gallery announces the opening of an exhibition of Thompson’s new paintings. The exhibition will run from March 1 – March 26, 2016.  There will be an opening reception on Thursday, March 3 from 5:00-8:00 pm. 

Open Studios

The Studio Art Department at Dartmouth College invites you to attend an “Evening of Open Studios”

Thursday, November 5th
4:00 – 6:00 pm
Black Family Visual Arts Center
22 Lebanon Street,
Hanover, NH 03755

Students, Faculty, Staff & Members
of the Community Are Welcome

Exhibition: Momentum

Christina Seely

April 7 - May 3

Strauss Gallery

Reception: April 7, 5:45pm

Artist Event: Draw of Darkness

Thursday, April 9, 4:30pm Hood Auditorium

 

Christina Seely is an artist and educator whose photographic practice stretches into the fields of science, design and architecture. Interested in humans’ contemporary relationship to nature and time, Seely’s expedition based work finds its home in the conversation between the photographic image and our contemporary relationship with the natural world.

The exhibition Momentum combines works from Christina Seely’s projects Lux and Markers of Time that address the complexities of our contemporary relationship to the planet.

Artist Emmet Gowin shares stories through photography

Few people have heard of — yet alone seen — water treatment pollution caused by paper mills. Even fewer have seen such damage from the sky and called it art. Yet for world-renowned photographer and current Montgomery Fellow Emmet Gowin, a certain fascination and peculiar sense of beauty comes in the circular blossoms of tropical hues that explode from the seemingly serene water.

Gowin captured the image in “Aeration Pond, Toxic Water Treatment Facility, Pine Bluff, Arkansas” (1989), one of many photographs the artist presented in his Montgomery Lecture on Tuesday. The world-renowned photographer spoke about the progression of his life and career through personal pictures, which dated back to his own undergraduate years at the Richmond Professional Institute (now called Virginia Commonwealth University), before crowds packed into the Hood Museum auditorium.

Welcome: Christina Seely

Christina Seely is an artist whose photographic practice stretches into the fields of science, design and architecture. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is featured in many public and private collections including; The Museum of Contemporary Photography, The West Collection and The Walker Art Center. She has been an Artist in Residence at the Headlands Center for the Arts, a Fellow at the MacDowell Colony, a participant on the Arctic Circle Program, and a recipient of a year long Public Arts Commission from the city of San Francisco.

Most recently she received the 2014 Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship, her first monograph Lux, will be co-published in 2015 by Radius Books and the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, and work from her latest project, Makers of Time was recently included the exhibition Staking Claim: A California Invitational at the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego.

Seely received a BA from Carleton College and an MFA in Photography from Rhode Island School of Design.

 

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