The Emerging Artist Series aims to provide young artists, who might not have a large enough body of work to fill the Craddock-Terry Gallery, with an opportunity to showcase their work.

These smaller exhibitions are displayed in our Studio 109 Gallery. Exhibition history is a key component to succeeding as a professional artist. The ability to add a solo exhibition to their CV greatly increases an artist’s ability to secure further exhibitions. This program enables early career artists to build their exhibition history, gain exposure, and sell their work.

October’s Emerging Artist

Lucas Huber

“#huberdesigns – Formless in Function”

Statement
I have on exhibit my seemingly unregulated “John Hancock” rendition of my signature/Logo.  It is now no longer a secret … I am proud to say that can write my name and a sufficient manifesto within the boundaries of one continuous line.   This decade long struggle in the metaphysical begged for a better platform so I carved a block print sized to an x-large t-shirt:  A super large front/back multimedia “do it-your-self-ers” digest of magical wearable art!  I can show you but it is up to you to see.  Don’t worry, it’s not that confusing. I have plenty of Instagram Images of me with my goofy cats and dogs for the kids to giggle over.  And so by aligning the right materials in the right time, we create a flow adjacent to our creator.  Rare blue slate carved pendants, natural stone and wood frames/sculptures, vibrant chess/backgammon boards, engineered glass bottle concrete hexagons, glow in the dark switch plates and a few other inventive notions embody this Love.  Instead of trying to describe who I am, I have made an interactive map of my soul.  Here it is: come see where it leads

Previous Emerging Artists

2018

JANUARY
Alex Sayer and Emma Mortemousque
“Alex Sayer: Bring Your Inner Artist To Life” and “L’eau”

FEBRUARY
Hannah Scott – “Local Native”

MARCH
Stephen Kissel – “Play Pretend”

APRIL
Ryan Crane – “Vibes”

MAY
Sage Latane – “Conversions”

JUNE
Larry Taylor – “A Vision Relayed”

JULY
Lindsey Winfrey – “Summer’s Simplicity”

AUGUST
Mariannette Oyola – “Dióko”

SEPTEMBER
Amber Rabie – “Time Capsule Canvas: Preserving Fleeting Moments in Peru”

2017

JANUARY
Carolyn Cornfield

FEBRUARY
Noelia Nunez

MARCH
Candace Christy – “visions with my eyes closed”

APRIL
Christina Ball – “Independence with Color”

MAY
Colleen Pendry – “Fragility”

JUNE
Angie Reiko

JULY
Travis Wells and Rebekah Hower – “Portraits, Posts, and Pointillism”

AUGUST
Candace Padgett and Hannah Kauffman

SEPTEMBER
Laura Snell – “Archetypes”

OCTOBER
Poet Rae – “Summer’s Progress”

NOVEMBER
Cameo Hoyle – “The Forest”

DECEMBER
ArtThrive Artists – “ArtThrive”

2016

August
Meg Einhorn

September
Victoria Towns – “Unforeseeable”

October
Hope Pianello

November
Nugent Kos

December
Brett Wicher

If you are interested in applying to exhibit in our Emerging Artist gallery,
please e-mail Victoria Towns at vtowns@riverviews.net