Working in sculpture, drawing, photography, and performance, Lesley Dill uses a variety of media to explore themes of language, the body, and transformational experience. Her large-scale installation, Faith & The Devil, investigates the philosophical and existential conundrums of evil and underlying faith in the world.
Curated by Edie Carpenter, Following Threads: Fiber Art and Drawing, highlights four emerging artists exploring the drawn and stitched line in works that stretch the definitions of drawing. Utilizing collage, hand and machine sewing, and installation these artists each create a poetics of space in figurative and abstract works.
This installation of prints by Henri Matisse, all part of the Etta and Dr. Claribel Cone Collection, will focus on two aspects of the artist's favorite subject: the female form.
The Guilford College Art Gallery and Art Department are pleased to present the Fifth Juried Alumni Art Exhibition. The exhibition is open to all artists, having attended classes in the Art Department, or other Guilford alumni currently working as professional artists.
"Art on Paper" is a biennial exhibition that presents a broad range of contemporary art in which the use of paper, either as a surface or material, is a primary consideration. "Art on Paper 2014" will include unique works by emerging and established artists selected through submissions and by invitation from the United States and abroad.
From across the South artists create site-specific projects in Elsewhere's museum, bringing perspective to the Southern landscape of experimental creative practice.