May 5 – June 16, 2006 This show was organized by the University of Tennessee’s Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture to celebrate and recognize the centennial anniversary of Abstraction as a movement. Over the years, Abstraction has become one of the most widely popular styles in art, taking on many forms. This exhibition provides […]
February 26 – April 21, 2006 Muehlemann is a well-known artist both in the region and New York. His new series are large scale abstractions depicting faces, It seems that Muehlemman would like to remind us of the potential in each of us. These faces are inert, potential energy, waiting to be drawn into one path […]
January 8 – February 17, 2006 Richard Pumphrey’s current carvings of monumental feathers are fashioned from single planks of native Virginia wood. David Johnson’s oil paintings are visionary, often figurative images on shaped and carved wood surfaces.
October 23-December 11, 2005 A group show by three generations of painters and poets in an exhibition about painting and poetry, teaching and mentoring. Pivot Points addresses the issue of influence across creative practice. It reveals interconnections of references and resemblances and echoes of style and context across generations. Each painting or poem is a […]
August 27 – October 8, 2005 A series of sculptural dolls constructed from the simplest of materials—nylon hosiery, cotton and yarn—the exhibition presents powerful figurative works that bring to mind a raft of associations including classical sculpture and beings crafted from inanimate objects that come to life. Smith has exhibited his sculptural dolls in places […]
June 3 – August 5, 2005 Both artists explore the nature of expansive abstract space through two and three dimensional works. Bickley, an art professor at Virginia Polytechnic Institute since 1978, received a MFA from the Univ. of GA, has exhibited extensively on the east coast. Numerous solo exhibitions include The Phillips Collection in Wash., […]
April 1 – May 22, 2005 regional landscape exhibition with works by area artists: Bill White, Ed Bordett, Ann Glover, Dick Crozier, Tina McConchie, Pat Harrington, and Annie Massie
February 6 – March 20, 2005 The painter William H. Rutherfoord of Roanoke, Virginia, reconfigures Biblical iconography for postmodern reality. He references pop-culture and the evening news.
December 12 2004 – January 23, 2005 Work by Studio Art Quilt Associates of Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Large-scale painterly takes on traditional idea of the quilt
October 15 – November 21, 2004 Chisler is a graduate of VCU sculpture department and has an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. Kong, from Baltimore, Maryland, also has an MFA from RISD. She teaches at Corcoran College of Art. Sarah Tanguy wrote the catalog publication accompanying the show