Department of Art and Art History Exhibition

Christina Coleman exhibits at the Warfield Center

Mon. September 29, 2014

sculpture of comb with prongs shortened at an angle
Image courtesy of the artist.

Christina Coleman (M.F.A Studio Art, 2012) presents new work in Body of Art at the John L. Warfield Center ISESE Gallery. The exhibition opens Thursday, October 2, at 5 p.m.

Jeff Williams presents work at The Museum of Fine Arts Houston

Fri. September 26, 2014

concrete pieces pressed in compression table in park
Compression and Tension Table, cast concrete, reinforcement bar, steel, 2012

Jeff Williams presents work in How the Light Gets In, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The exhibition features recent work by seven former Core fellows who have continued to create challenging and compelling work. The exhibition will be on display October 10 through January 11, 2015.

Scott Proctor presents new work at Co-Lab Projects

Fri. September 26, 2014

Detail image of ceramic work with bright orange glaze splattered on black glaze
Image courtesy of the artist and Co-lab Projects

Scott Proctor (M.F.A. Studio Art, 2007) shows new work in Unmentionables at Co-Lab Projects. The exhibition will be on display September 27 – October 4 with reception on September 27. Proctor has shown his work extensively throughout Texas as well as the United States, including Austin's "20 To Watch" exhibition in 2009. Proctor is one of the founding members of MASS Gallery in Austin and continues his position there. Scott is the head of the Ceramics and Sculpture Department at Temple College, Temple, TX. He continues to maintain a studio in east Austin.

Janet Brooks exhibits at Link & Pin

Wed. September 24, 2014

paitning of blue flower on yellow to green background
Image courtesy of the artist and Link & Pin.

Janet Brooks (M.F.A. Studio Art, 1981) presents new work in a two person show at Link & Pin. The exhibition is on display September 5 through September 27.

Eric McMaster exhibits at Press Street's Antenna Gallery

Mon. September 22, 2014

Hockey players in rink a fraction of the size of a real rink
Image courtesy of the artist.

R. Eric McMaster presents work in An Imperfect Force at Press Street's Antenna gallery. In his work, McMaster features "themes of obedience, vulnerability, resistance, and eventual acceptance. While all of these traits are apparent in sporting events, they can also be found in societal situations; as such his work mixes both easily read, ever-insistent sport regulations and the veiled societal interactions that manipulate humanities’ natural first response." 

The exhibition will be on display September 13 through October 5. McMaster will give an artist's talk on October 2.

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