On the night of November 7th, The Dysfunction of Damage: Collective Illusion exhibition showcased an array of Texas Tech University School of Art graduate and undergraduate student works from different disciplines that intersected a wide variety of concepts, media and processes. The one-night show presented students with the challenge and encouragement of conceiving works that transverse their studio and into The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts Warehouse Space. Below are some of the highlights from this exhibition.
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Danville Chadbourne will be presenting works at IMAS McAllen, TX. Opening reception will take place Thursday, December 18 and continues through April 12th. This exhibition will feature large and small-scale wood and ceramic sculptures. There will also be an outdoor instillation of selected works. For more information click (here).
Danville Chadbourne received a BFA in 1971 from Sam Houston State University and an MFA in 1973 from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas.
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Graduate and undergraduate students in the Texas Tech sculpture program will exhibit new work at the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts Warehouse on Friday, November 7th from 6:00-9:00 PM. For more information, go (here).
November 6, 2014 Comments Off
Roger Colombik: 29th Street Serenade (& Other Love Songs) opened at the Texas State University Gallery on October 14th and continues through November 14th.
This exhibition is a social practice based collaborative endeavor that combines oral history interviews/conversations and documentary photographic practices to explore the historical tales and cultural identity amongst the denizens of one extended neighborhood in Yangon, Burma. For more information about the exhibition, click (here).
Roger Colombik is on the art faculty at Texas State University and a steering committee member of the Texas Sculpture Group.
October 22, 2014 Comments Off
Signals, an exhibition of new and recent works by Texas artist Stephen Daly, will be on display October 18-November 15, at William Campbell Contemporary Art. An opening reception will be held Saturday, October 18, 6:00-8:00 p.m. Signals will include a dozen drawings and two sculptures, all focusing on Daly’s ongoing interest in communication and the ways in which it can be distilled and transformed into a purely visual endeavor.
Widely acclaimed throughout Texas, Stephen Daly’s work has been exhibited at such venues as the Amarillo Art Center, the Art Center in Waco, Blue Star Contemporary Art Center and the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, the Galveston Arts Center, the Longview Museum of Fine Arts, and this year at the Lawndale Art Center in Houston. In 2013, he was the subject of a one-person show at San Angelo State University. Nationally, Daly has shown at galleries in New York, Chicago, Denver, and California, and internationally in Budapest, Havana, and Florence (Italy). In 2002, the Polytechnic University in Valencia, Spain, mounted a retrospective exhibition of his work.
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October 13, 2014 Comments Off
The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts presents The Third Annual Richard and Pam Salmon Sculpture Competition and Symposium. The exhibition opens on October 17th with a Symposium followed by Opening & Awards Reception in San Angelo.
The Symposium runs from 1:30-4:30 PM on October 17th with presentations by Competition Juror Andrée Bober, Director of Landmarks, the public art program at the University of Texas, Austin and Dewane Hughes, of the University of Texas, Tyler. Moderator for the Symposium will be Howard Taylor, Director of the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts.
The Opening & Awards Reception follows at 5:30 PM at San Angelo’s Sunken Garden Park.
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October 6, 2014 Comments Off
DEWANE HUGHES, associate professor of sculpture at the University of Texas – Tyler, will exhibit Drawings and Sculpture of Dewane Hughes at Angelo State University’s Gallery 193 from October 1 through 31, 2014.
He will be a Symposium Panelist during the 3rd Annual Richard and Pam Salmon Sculpture Competition and Symposium presented by the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts on October 17th.
September 30, 2014 Comments Off
JOE MEISER, multi-media sculptor and assistant professor of art and art history at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA, will be one of the featured speakers during the 2015 Texas Sculpture Symposium (2015 TxSS). His installation Transcribing-Transposing will be exhibited in the Studio Gallery of the Texas Tech School of Art building during the Symposium.
Meiser investigates the limited and often flawed nature of our human perceptions, the manner in which our bodies direct our experience of the world, and our human compulsion to create narratives. Meiser constructs object-based representational sculpture, installations, kinetic works, and also utilizes time-based media.
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