Synthesis: BFA Exit Exhibition
Featuring art by: Kenneth Love, Sara Omlor and Jerry Patterson.
Exhibition: April 21 – April 30
Opening Reception: April 21 | 5-7pm
photography by Christopher White
Exhibition: March 24 – April 18
Opening Reception: March 24 | 5-7pm
**Artist Talk: March 31 | 5pm in TAG
The Art Gallery (TAG) at the University of West Florida (UWF), presents Morphometric, photography by local artist Christopher White. White says the work displayed “focuses on the breakdown in the distinction between what is self and what is other, transitioning between the classical and abject ideals of human emotions and physical forms.”
The exhibition will run from March 24 – April 16, 2016. A reception will take place on Thurs., March 24 from 5-7p.m. An artist talk will take place the following week on March 31, at 5pm in TAG.
** Updated location, different than the posters.
“My Endless Quest for the Chthonic”
Exhibition | Jan. 28 – Feb. 13
Reception | Jan. 28 from 5-7pm
Artist Talk | Feb. 5 at 2pm
The Art Gallery at the University of West Florida, presents “My Endless Quest for the Chthonic,” an exhibition by artist Jim Jipson. Working in both two and three dimensions, Jipson creates photographs and sculptures that poetically reinterpret natural forms into mysterious abstractions. In addition to the photographs on display, Jipson has invented a projector that projects images of objects that move in both a repetitive and non-repetitive way. The works exhibited involve chance, the interrelationship between all things, and space and time.
VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES
Artist Talk | Jan. 14th at 5pm in room 206
Workshop | Jan. 15th at 11am in room 262.
The Art Gallery at the University of West Florida invites the public to an artist talk with Chris Schweizer. Schweizer is the cartoonist behind The Crogan Adventures, a historical fiction graphic novel series that has been nominated for two Eisner Awards, and The Creeps, a horror series. His talk will focus on how he got started, his experience in the industry, and what students should expect working as an illustrator, writer, game developer, or in the field of sequential art. His talk is at 5pm on January 14 and will be in building 82, room 206.
UWF ART DEPARTMENT FACULTY EXHIBITION
9/17/2015 – 10/24/2015 Opening Reception: 9/17 5-8 pm
The Art Gallery at the University of West Florida is pleased to present COMPLeMENT, the 2015 UWF Art Faculty Exhibition. For this bi-annual show, instructors in the Department of Art utilize the gallery as a pedagogical platform to exhibit research and artwork from various, diverse practices. These practices include painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, digital art, video and sound installation.
As an adjective, the word complement means “combining in such a way as to enhance or emphasize the qualities of each other or another.” This exhibition illustrates that the whole is more than the sum of it’s parts and that individual, creative pursuits excel when in supportive harmony with others.
The UWF Art Faculty Exhibition plays a crucial role in the cultural experience of students, staff, faculty, and the greater community of northwest Florida. It accomplishes this goal by showcasing innovative artists who challenge, stimulate, and engage. The Art Gallery is located across from the Main Stage Theatre in the Center of Fine and Performing Arts, building 82 on the UWF campus. Free food and beverages will be provided during the opening reception on Thursday September 17 from 5-8pm.
Manifestations of the Torso:
Dale Castellucci Open Studio Summer Residency
The Art Gallery (TAG) at the University of West Florida (UWF), presents Manifestations of the Torso: Dale Castellucci Open Studio Summer Residency. This summer the gallery invited the public to join artist Dale Castellucci as she utilized the Art Department Woodshop as an open access studio. Now we are in the process of installing the work she created into the gallery space. Join us on September 3 for an artist talk and closing reception beginning at 4pm. For more information about Dale Castellucci please visit our Artist Spotlight page by clicking the tab in the upper right.
Reception and Artist Talk 9/3/15 4pm-8pm
The completed exhibition opens to the public on August 24 and runs through September 3. A reception will take place on Thursday, September 3, from 5-7 p.m. at TAG located on the UWF Pensacola Campus in The Center for Fine and Performing Arts, Building 82. The artist will conduct a gallery talk preceding the reception at 4pm. All events are free and open to the public.