Spring 2007 Schedule
Finley Hall South
Spring 2007 Schedule
1/15 - 1/21
A flea market where people succumb to their own demons.
1/22 - 1/28
Sculpture using the figure's joints as pivotal and functional emphasis. They engage the viewer's sense of similarity and difference to the sculpture
1/29 - 2/4
Linda Talaga and Friends
It's a surprise!!
2/5 - 2/11
2/12 - 2/25
Painting and collages that incorporate ideas of the body: memory and anxieties through the inspiration of the internal and external landscape. My works are fragments from a larger whole and are reconstructed together to create a new whole; a whole of self, and existence.
2/26 - 3/4 and 4/16 - 4/22
Paintings, sculpture and photographs that metaphorically represent life cycles; a representation of a passage of time that tests ideas of scale and memory.
3/5 - 3/11
My work is inspired by the unspoken language beyond verbal conversation, as expressed unknowingly through body language, a "look," inflection of the voice or that of unconscious action. I am fascinated by what may be revealed of such communication and the connection it has to our culture. Through my work I attempt to express the vulnerability and power this communication beyond conversation can have and how such expression may reflect individual characteristics as reflected back through popular culture.
Saraivy Orench Reinat-
3/12 - 3/25
Molding paper, folding corners, creating edges, drops of water; a grid appears, structures in question, residence, here and there a view from within.
3/26 - 4/1
Lee Bee Koenemund-
News Genres, Multimedia, Mixed Media and Traditional Media
4/2 - 4/8
Myths, suppositions and conversations . . . what holds them up?
4/8 - 4/14
"Beautifully Interesting" artist dresses.
4/16 - 4/22
Paintings, Drawings and digital prints deal with mortality, self-discovery and 2% low fat milk.
Paintings that involve the deconstruction and reconstruction of subjects.
4/23 - 4/29
Multi-material sculpture looks at the transitional object in the context of art and agricultural America