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Ruminations: Cheryl Prisco

Community Gallery

Cheryl Prisco, The Taming of the BlueRumination (noun) 1. a deep and considered thought about something. I am addicted to color and pattern, drawn to irreverence and visual dissonance. In […]

35th Rosen Sculpture Competition and Exhibition

Outdoor campus

Joan Benefiel, Hoodoos: Awarded 1st Place in the 35th Rosen Sculpture Competition. Call for Entries for the 36th annual Rosen competition is open from January 10 - February 25, 2022. For entry requirements and more information, visit the 36th Rosen webpage here The Rosen Competition Turns 35! A legacy of artistic excellence The Rosen Sculpture Competition […]

ERRATIC: Hoss Haley

Hodges Gallery

Hoss Haley: ERRATIC: Rest Sharing space with Hoss Haley’s monumental work transports the viewer to a place where a clear separation between human creation and organic influence is undefined, yet beautifully intertwined. Color and texture are suggested but are ultimately ruled by nature. The marrying of raw nature and human intervention is what makes Haley’s […]

Father, Grandfather, Artist: A Tribute to Warren Dennis

Moskowitz Gallery

Warren Dennis; The Vacation.This exhibition commemorates the life and work of prominent Southeastern artist and retired longtime Appalachian State University professor Warren Dennis, who died April 13, 2021. Father, Grandfather, Artist: A Tribute to Warren Dennis comprises paintings from the personal collections of family members. An additional exhibition is being featured at the Carlton Gallery, […]

Matters of the Heart (and Other Abnormalities): Shawn Morin

Mayer Gallery

Shawn Morin; New WorkMatters of the Heart (and Other Abnormalities) explores concepts of human relationships. It seems to me that since 9/11 and Y2K, there has been a fundamental shift in the way many humans act, react and navigate the world. Add to that the current worldwide pandemic and proliferation of clinical depression, especially amongst […]