Gallery 303 Opens New Exhibition
BFSDoArt would like to announce the exhibition featured in Gallery 303 located in the Visual Arts Building Gallery 303, Color: Exploring how we see, react and celebrate color in art. Members of the Gallery Society juried the exhibit. The show features new and recent art works by students and alumni. The public is welcome to experience the exhibition from January 21 – February 19 at Gallery 303.
Each month a call for entries is extended to students, faculty and staff to participate in a themed juried exhibition at Gallery 303. This month’s Color exhibit includes paintings, drawings, sculpture, prints and mixed media works of art that each carefully consider color as an important element in the way we view and experience art. Among the artists included in this month’s show are Austin Cates, Mara Izaguirre, Zac Kelley, Mike Lesh, Lexus Lewis, Brendan Lloyd, Tripp Maximus, Allison Mullar, Keyanna P., Ray Petit, Virginia Skinner and Emmitt Smith.
Color: Exploring how we see, react and celebrate color in art is a vibrant, creative showcase of varied approaches artists take when utilizing color within their works of art.
“Color can enhance a work of art, can summon an unexpected emotion or can hint at where a viewer should look. Color is often an essential quality of how we experience a work of art,” said Gallery Director Anthony Faris, “This exhibition offers a variety of approaches to color use and when you view the show as a whole you begin to understand how we see, react and celebrate this formal element of the creative process.”
If you have questions about the exhibitions or how to get involved in future gallery programming opportunities, please contact Gallery Director Anthony Faris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Tags: Allison Mullar, Austin Cates, Brendan Lloyd, Emmitt Smith, Gallery 303, Gallery Society, Keyanna P., Lexus Lewis, Mara Izaguirre, Mike Lesh, Ray Pettit, Student, Student Success, Tripp Maximus, Virginia Skinner, Zac Kelley