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Past Exhibitions - Spring 2019

December 10, 2018 — March 8, 2019
Selective Memory 
Kirsten Stolle 
Rutledge Gallery 
Rutledge Building 

Selective Memory examines the influence of agribusiness and biotech companies on our food supply. Using appropriation, redaction and manipulation, Kirsten Stolle critiques the popular narrative and explores the complex relationship between economy and ecology. Mining source materials such as 20th century medical books, 19th century botanical lithographs, USDA promotional videos and archival photographs, Stolle's work responds to corporate propaganda and challenges industry narratives.
 

Kirsten Stolle is a visual artist working in collage, drawing and mixed media. Her research-based practice is grounded in the investigation of corporate propaganda, food politics and biotechnology. 
Stolle was born in Newton, Massachusetts in 1967, lived and worked in the San Francisco Bay Area for 19 years, and currently lives in Western North Carolina. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the San Jose Museum of Art, (San Jose, CA), Crocker Art Museum, (Sacramento, CA), and the Minneapolis Institute of Art, (Minneapolis, MN). 
Stolle received a BA in Visual Arts from Framingham State College, and completed studies at Richmond College (London, England) and Massachusetts College of Art (Boston, MA). 
This exhibition will coincide with Winthrop University's 2nd Interdisciplinary Conference, The World of Food: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on What We Eat and Grow, that will be held February 21-23, 2019.
 

December 10, 2018 — March 8, 2019
Bespoke Objects
Frankie Flood

Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery
Rutledge Building
Frankie Flood's interest in machines and tools and the influence of his working class upbringing is a source of inspiration for the functional objects that he creates. The potential that Craft has to serve local and global communities through design and fabrication has been the focus of Flood's recent research as he continues to combine traditional craft practice with digital technology. His recent research regarding 3D printed prosthetics and one of a kind adaptive devices has spread worldwide and his creation of the Digital Craft Research Lab has created new areas of study for students interested in digital fabrication.

Frankie Flood is an Associate Professor and area head of the Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design area at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. Flood previously served as Director of the Digital Craft Research Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and for eleven years served various roles in the Department of Art such as Director of Foundations, area head of the Jewelry and Metalsmithing program, and Coordinator for the BA in Digital Fabrication and Design. Flood exhibits his work nationally and internationally and his work has received many awards and has been published widely. Flood is a graduate of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, where he received his Master of Fine Art degree in Metalsmithing.

February 26 — March 25, 2019
Sculpture Exhibition

Lewandowski Student Gallery

Annual exhibition of sculptural works. 

McLaurin Hall 

April 2 — April 15, 2019 
Illustration Exhibition
 

Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

April 8 — June 28, 2019 
31st Annual Juried Exhibition
 

Juror: Michael Manes, Director, Blue Spiral, Asheville, NC
Rutledge Gallery 
Rutledge Building

Each spring, current Winthrop University students are eligible to submit their recent work to the Undergraduate Juried Exhibition. This exhibition is as an opportunity for students to have their work selected by a prominent regional juror to exhibit in a professional gallery setting. This year's juror is Michael Manes, the director of Blue Spiral I in Asheville, North Carolina. Open to students in the department of fine arts and the department of design, this yearly exhibition showcases Winthrop's brightest talent from areas such as painting, sculpture, jewelry/metals, printmaking, interior design, illustration, and photography.

Michael is the Director of Blue Spiral 1 in Downtown Asheville. Blue Spiral 1 is a 15,000 sq/ft gallery spanning three levels hosting over 25 curated exhibitions annually. Michael is also heavily involved in the Asheville arts community; currently serving on the Black Mountain College Museum and Art + Center board, and previously serving as Vice-Chair for the Asheville Area Arts Council, helping facilitate the Downtown Asheville Art District, and partnering with American Craft Week, The Center for Craft, and many other arts and community non-profits located in Asheville. He believes fine art and craft enrich our homes, our wardrobes, our offices, and most importantly our public spaces. Michael is a graduate of Leadership Asheville, holds a BFA in Painting and Art-History from the Columbus College of Art and Design and currently lives in Candler, North Carolina with his wife Hanna and their two pups, Ella and Mabel.

April 8 — May 3, 2019 
MFA Thesis Exhibition by 
Chris Evans and Rebecca Lipps 
Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery
Rutledge Building 

The 2019 Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Thesis Exhibition features new work by artists completing their MFA graduate program in the Department of Fine Arts.

Friday, April 12, 2019 
31st Undergraduate Juried Exhibition Opening Reception | Award Ceremony
 

6:30PM — 8PM
 
Rutledge Gallery
Rutledge Building 
Award Ceremony — 7PM
 

Friday, April 12, 2019 
MFA Thesis Exhibition Opening Reception
 

5:30PM — 8PM
 
Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery 
Rutledge Building

April 23 — May 6, 2019 
Interior Design Exhibition
 

Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

May 14 — Aug 27, 2019
MFA Works In Progress
Lewandowski Student Gallery   
McLaurin Hall

Previous Exhibitions - Fall 2018

Friday, January 25, 2018
Opening Reception:  Selective Memory and Bespoke Objects
6:30PM — 8PM
Rutledge, Patrick and Lewandowski Galleries
Rutledge Building and McLaurin Hall

December 11, 2018 — January 21, 2019
VCOM Exhibition
 - What Good Shall I Do This Day?
Lewandowski Student Gallery

McLaurin Hall

November 6  — November 19, 2018
Foundations
 2018
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

September 17 — November 16, 2018
Seeds to Sow

Remembering Paul Martyka (1950 - 2016)

Rutledge Gallery and Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery
Rutledge Building
Seeds to Sow, is an exhibition celebrating long-time artist and influential Winthrop University Associate Professor Emeritus, Paul Martyka (1950-2016). The work displayed in the Rutledge and Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Galleries showcases the broad spectrum of his work in printmaking, painting, and mixed media from his years as a student in Michigan until 2015. By observing a timeline of his career, the high level of artistry given to his methods and creative vision becomes evident. His use of a geometric iconography, attention to color, and continual experimentation show us his distinct visual style. In addition to the works he made independently, the exhibition will feature collaborative works with students, highlighting his attention to the development of future artists.  
Catalogs for the Seeds to Sow exhibition are available here.

October 16 — October 29, 2018 
Printmaking
 

Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall 

September 21 — October 8, 2018
Portrait as Inquiry - Undergraduate Painting 2018
 
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

Painting 2 and 3 students in the department of Fine Arts began this semester practicing intense, observational skills by creating portraits with volunteer models from the Winthrop community. First, students did hour-long paintings over four class sections (the smaller works in the exhibition), emphasizing what is called ˜ala prima' or ˜at the first.' This concept refers to the artistic process in which the artist foregoes detail in service of creating a complete portrait. Second, each student was required to reach out to one of the models for further study (the larger works in the exhibition). During the class, students explored the ideas of implicit bias and empathy to deepen their understanding by asking in both process and content what lies beyond the first impression, the first draft. This is an ongoing project; students will continue to add work to this exhibition as the project progresses.

Friday, September 21, 2018
Opening Reception

6:30 — 8 p.m.
Rutledge, Patrick and Lewandowski Galleries
Rutledge Building 

September 4 — September 17, 2018 
Putting a Face on Syria, Hope Through Education
 

Tina Manley
 

Lewandowski Student Gallery
 
McLaurin Hall 

International documentary photographer Tina Manley's exhibition of photographs depicts the Syrian refugee children and their schools to raise awareness and money for scholarships for Syrian refugee children.  The children are all Syrian refugees, either living in Lebanon or internally displaced in Syria.

April 13 — August 24, 2018 
30th Annual Juried Exhibition 

Rutledge Gallery
 
Rutledge Building 
Juror: Ashley Hawkins
This exhibition highlights the work of students from the Departments of Fine Arts and Design. 
The 30th Annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition was juried by Ashley Hawkins, the co-founder and Executive Director of 
 Studio Two Three  (S23), Richmond, Virginia's nonprofit workspace for art. Studio Two Three provides artists the tools, space, and resources to build successful careers. Studio Two Three began in 2008 with four artists in a tiny studio. Now, S23 is a 13,000 square foot facility, providing over 100 artists with 24/7 access, thousands of students with art education, a retail store featuring art by Richmond artists, and S23 To-Go, a mobile printmaking studio styled after an ice cream truck. 
Ashley views S23 as her ultimate creative expression: a balance between her passions for organizational building, dreaming big, and art making. Ashley holds a BFA in Painting and Printmaking and a Masters' of Public Administration, with a concentration in Nonprofit Management, from Virginia Commonwealth University. She lives in Richmond, Virginia with her fiancée, three year-old son Max, one-year old daughter Zoey, dog named Arlo and a cat named Olive. She makes prints, cardboard sculptures for Max and Zoey, and a line of housewares with her fiancée under the guise of 
Hers (& His) Press .

May 15 — August 27, 2018
MFA Works In Progress 
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

 

Previous Exhibitions - Spring 2018

April 13 — May 4, 2018
Almost Familiar
MFA Thesis Exhibition
by Tyler Frasier and Anastasia Netrebine
Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery
Rutledge Building

The 2018 Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Thesis Exhibition features new work by artists completing their MFA graduate program in the Department of Fine Arts. Winthrop MFA candidates Tyler Frasier and Anastasia Netrebine have created individual bodies of work with a common theme. The show title Almost Familiar refers to the tension between the recognizable and the unfamiliar. The two artists come from different background and have approached the concept of liminality in two unique ways. Frasier grew up amongst the working-class culture in a small mill town of South Carolina. The work is driven by his relationship with the materials and processes he uses. The resulting compositions showcase a handmade quality with industrial materials juxtaposed with domestic objects. With implicit references to function, the structures he builds explore metaphors for current constructs within our lives that appear to be operating effectively, but in reality, are not. Netrebine was born and raised in a big European city, surrounded by culture, spending her summers at a cottage by a lake. Each of her sculptures represent a memory or a dream she has experienced. Tension is created when the lines between the two blur, through scale shift and unexpected details. Each sculpture is a vital part of the puzzle, containing elements that appear to be simultaneously familiar, and mysterious. This fusion mirrors the complex nature of the human experience and psyche. Parts of her sculptures are left unfinished as a reminder that this person, herself, is incomplete, and that the story continues.

April 24 — May 4, 2018
Interior Design Exhibition

Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall   

April 3 — April 16, 2018

Fine Arts Senior Exhibition
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall  

Friday, April 13, 2018, 6:30PM — 8PM
Opening Reception | Award Ceremony

Award Ceremony — 7PM
Rutledge, Patrick and Lewandowski Galleries
Rutledge Building and McLaurin Hall  

March 13 — March 26, 2018
Sculpture Exhibition

Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall 

December 11, 2017 — March 9, 2018
50th Anniversary SC Fellows Exhibition: Jim Arendt
Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery
Rutledge Building

SC Arts Commission 50thJim Arendt's exhibition is part of the South Carolina Arts Commission's 50th Anniversary celebration that includes 15 solo and group exhibitions taking place throughout South Carolina of current and past Visual Artist Fellowship recipients. Arendt received his fellowship in 2014. His work explores the shifting paradigms of labor and place through narrative figure painting, drawing, prints, fabric and sculpture. Influenced by the radical reshaping of the rural and industrial landscapes in which he was raised, he investigates how individual lives are affected by transitions in economic structures. Arendt's work has been exhibited internationally in numerous group and solo shows. Recently, Arendt was short-listed for The 1858 Prize for Contemporary Southern Art was awarded the $50,000 top prize at ArtFields, Best in Show at Hub-Bub Gallery's Emerging Carolina and was included in the 701 Contemporary Center for the Arts 701 CCA Prize 2012. Jim received his BFA from Kendall College of Art & Design and his MFA from the University of South Carolina. He is currently an assistant professor of art and the director of the Rebecca Randal Bryan Art Gallery at Coastal Carolina University.
This exhibition is supported by the South Carolina Arts Commission, South Carolina Arts Foundation and First Citizens Bank.

December 11, 2017 — March 9, 2018
Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition: Marge Loudon Moody
Rutledge Gallery
Rutledge Building

Marge Loudon Moody, a long-standing professor in Fine Art at Winthrop University, will be presenting an exhibition celebrating her career as an artist and educator for over 30 years. Moody's artwork emanates from her experience of different places under one large, overall theme entitled ˜Other Worlds.' While the work differs from series to series, each is connected by common threads that reflect her experience of these particular places, or ˜worlds', sometimes directly, often subconsciously. Line, shape, color and space are intuitively manipulated until they find their exact place in the piece as she strives to capture the essential nature of these subjects through drawing, painting and collage, and abstraction.

February 20 — March 5, 2018
Jewelry/Metals Exhibition

Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall 

January 23 — February 12, 2018
Fine Arts Foundation Exhibition
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall 

Friday, January 26, 2018, 6:30PM — 8PM
Opening Reception

Rutledge, Patrick and Lewandowski Galleries
Rutledge Building and McLaurin Hall 

December 12, 2017 — January 15, 2018
Painting Exhibition

Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

 

Previous Exhibitions - Fall 2017

November 28 — December 4, 2017
Art Education Senior Exhibition

Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

Capstone exhibition of Winthrop art education student interns' work with area K-12 students.

November 13 — 19, 2017
A Retrospective Exhibition by Nancy Thomas ˜67

Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

September 22 — November 17, 2017
pen & ink

Winthrop's Illustration Alumni Mathew Cordell '97 and Katie Kathe '11

Rutledge Gallery
Rutledge Building 

pen & ink celebrates two acclaimed children's book illustrators and Winthrop alumni Matthew Cordell '97 and Katie Kath '11. The exhibition focuses on each illustrator's illustrative style and process from early sketches to the final published books. Cordell's many acclaimed books for children include Toby and the Snowflakes, Mighty Casey and Special Delivery, a Washington Post best picture book of 2015. He is the author and illustrator of Trouble Gum, Another Brother, Wish, and Hello! Hello!, a New York Times Notable picture book. Cordell resides in Chicago with his wife and two children. Katie Kath earned her M.F.A from Savannah College of Art and Design and is currently living in Winston Salem, N.C. Kath's clients include Abrams, Penguin-Random House, Running Press Books (Perseus Books) and most recently she completed a re-illustration of "Come Over to My House," an out-of-print Dr. Seuss book for it's 50th anniversary edition.

September 22 — November 17, 2017
Precursors to the Digital Age: Commonplace Books, Scrapbooks, and More
Dr. Dufresne and Dr. Gardner

Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery
Rutledge Building

This interdisciplinary and multi-media exhibition contains work from the 2016 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) summer seminar for university educators hosted at UNC Asheville, NC. Lead by Winthrop University Fine Arts Professors Drs. Laura Gardner and Laura Dufresne, the sixteen participants researched evolving forms of note taking and remembering throughout history through speakers and book making workshops, as well as archival and museum collection research. The exhibition highlights the diverse, interdisciplinary responses to the two-week seminar, as seen through participants' art, creative writing, book forms, and teaching.

Public Reception
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
4 — 6:30 p.m.
A Retrospective Exhibition by Nancy Thomas ˜67
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

October 24 — November 6, 2017
Visual Communication Design Exhibition
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

September 12 — September 25, 2017
Illustration Exhibition
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

Thursday, October 5, 2017 - 6 - 8 p.m.
Opening Reception
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

An opening reception for the Printmaking Exhibition.
Opening receptions are free and open to the public. 

October 3 — October 16, 2017
Printmaking Exhibition
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

This show will highlight the success within printmaking at Winthrop both before and after students graduate. Through the work, viewers will gain a better understanding of what printmaking is as a medium and how Winthrop's printmaking students develop strong senses of technical skill, personal image vocabulary, and experimentation.

 

Previous Exhibitions - Summer 2017

August 14 - September 1, 2017
29th Annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition

Rutledge Gallery
Rutledge Building

Each spring, current Winthrop University students are eligible to submit their recent work to the Undergraduate Juried Exhibition. This exhibition is as an opportunity for students to have their work selected by a prominent regional juror to exhibit in a professional gallery setting. Open to students in the department of fine arts and the department of design, this yearly exhibition showcases Winthrop's brightest talent from areas such as painting, sculpture, jewelry/metals, printmaking, interior design, illustration, and photography. 

May 23 — September 4, 2017
MFA Works in Progress
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

 

Previous Exhibitions - Spring 2017 

April 7 — June 30, 2017
29th Annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition

Rutledge Gallery
Rutledge Building


Each spring, current Winthrop University students are eligible to submit their recent work to the Undergraduate Juried Exhibition. This exhibition is as an opportunity for students to have their work selected by a prominent regional juror to exhibit in a professional gallery setting. Open to students in the department of fine arts and the department of design, this yearly exhibition showcases Winthrop's brightest talent from areas such as painting, sculpture, jewelry/metals, printmaking, interior design, illustration, and photography.

April 26 — May 5, 2017
M.F.A Thesis Exhibition Part II by Amanda Foshag and Samantha Valdez
Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery
Rutledge Building

The 2017 Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Thesis Exhibition features new work by artists completing their MFA graduate program in the Department of Fine Arts.

April 25 — May 5, 2017
Interior Design Senior Exhibition
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall  

April 7 — 18, 2017
M.F.A Thesis Exhibition Part I by Robert Blalock, Kim Fabio & Jill Gottschalk
Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery
Rutledge Building

The 2017 Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Thesis Exhibition features new work by artists completing their MFA graduate program in the Department of Fine Arts. 

April 4 — April 17, 2017
2017 Fine Arts Senior Exhibition

Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

 
The 2017 Fine Arts Senior Exhibition is a key component of the capstone learning experience for students enrolled in the Senior Studio Seminar in the Department of Fine Arts. The class requires students to build individual websites as well as organize their senior exhibition that illustrates their conceptual and artistic growth.

Friday, April 7, 2017, 6:30 p.m. — 8 p.m.
Opening Reception | Award Ceremony

Award Ceremony — 7 p.m.
Rutledge, Patrick and Lewandowski Galleries
Rutledge Building & McLaurin Hall

WUG will hold a reception and awards ceremony to celebrate the opening of its new exhibitions: the 29th Annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition, M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition and Fine Arts Senior Exhibition

March 14 - 27, 2017
Sculpture Exhibition

Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall


A survey of sculptural work made over the year by sculpture students. 

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Eye to Eye by Phil Moody
Rutledge Gallery
Rutledge Building

Phil Moody, the long standing professor of Photography at Winthrop University, will be presenting an exciting exhibition celebrating his role as an important educator in Winthrop's Fine Arts department for over 30 years. Using ideas of realism formed in his early artistic studies he explores the relationship of location and identity with a medium of portrait photography. Not only will this exhibition showcase still photography, but also Moody's work with video projection.
 

December 2, 2016 - March 10, 2017
Hovering by Mark Hamilton
Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery
Rutledge Building
 
Hovering is a photography exhibition by Winthrop Fine Arts professor Mark Hamilton. Hamilton's exhibition focuses on what is felt rather than what is seen.  His work explores his interest in the departure from reality; a sparkle of beauty, a moment of grace, a slight gesture of the hand, the passion and inner  struggles of the human experience.  This exhibition contains mature subject matter and nudity.
Hamilton's fine art works have been exhibited internationally and are in both corporate and private collections.  He attended Parsons School of Design (NYC) and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.  His work is published in over 50 international publications.  Previous teaching assignments include the New School for Social Research and The School of Visual Arts (SVA) in New York City.  Hamilton is a former recipient of the prestigious Renaissance Photo Prize (Best Image on Film), which is awarded annually in London.

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February 21 — March 6, 2017
Unconventional Departures

Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

This exhibition will be an area show of the jewelry and metal work created by students and alumni to showcase the past - present - and future of the Winthrop Jewelry/Metals program.

  Unconventional Departures

January 17 - January 23, 2017
Interior Design Rendering Show

Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

January 31 - February 13, 2017
Foundations Exhibition
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall


Fall 2016

November 22 — December 5, 2016
The Big Picture
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

This exhibition showcases a series of prints that are large-scale and both inkjet and darkroom-created, it will feature work from different level students and presenting a variety of subject matter. This show aims to celebrate the diversity of image-making processes from experimental to 'straight' photography.

November 1-14, 2016
Art Education Senior Exhibition
People of the River: The Catawba Indian Nation
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

Capstone exhibit of Winthrop art education student interns' work with area K-12 students.

October 10 — November 11, 2016
FLUX by Mario Marzan
Rutledge Gallery
Rutledge Building

Mario Marzan's exhibit uses exciting aesthetics to reflect on cultural duality in his personal history with Puerto Rico. Using "Caribbean color" theory he comments on the problematic simplification of Caribbean culture as a playground for self-indulgence. His works are inspired by his childhood growing up in Puerto Rico where the shifting landscapes of the island are thrown into relief by tides of environmental degradation, political exploitation, and economic upheaval. 

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September 19 - November 11, 2016

Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See by Charles Williams

Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery
Rutledge Building 

Charles William's exhibition, "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See," is inspired by recent and historical incidents of unlawful police brutality in the United States. This North Carolina artist references human situations involving a need for trust and using the embodiment of a person's hands. The visible hands exemplify vulnerability with an unspoken request for peace and the offer of trust. Using images found online as a reference for creating the work in the exhibition, each of William's paintings focuses on highlighting hands using oil paint on watercolor paper and combining elements of abstractions. This invites the viewer to be challenged to question the relationship between the subject matter as well as their personal subconscious view of the cyclical nature of humanity; from the reality to it's abstraction.  

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 October 4 — 24, 2016
Painting 2016
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

Painting 2016. A survey of undergraduate painting produced at Winthrop in the last year, from Painting 1- Senior Capstone Work.

September 13 - September 26, 2016
Putting a Face on Syria
by Tina Manley
Lewandowski Student Gallery
McLaurin Hall

In collaboration with the Syrian Refugee Series, the Winthrop Peace Studies Committee and International Day of Peace on Sept. 21, Winthrop University Galleries will exhibit Tina Manley's journalist photography on the Syrian refugee crisis in the Lewandowski Student Gallery. Her award-winning photographs have been published in many leading journals such as National Geographic, British Heritage, and Newsweek and featured in Photographers' Forum, Photo Techniques, and The Art of Photographing Children.

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September 6 - 23, 2016
Works In Black and White
by Tom Stanley

Rutledge Gallery
Rutledge Building

Tom Stanley, the chair of Winthrop's Department of Fine Arts, will be exhibiting a selection of paintings from 1993 through 2003, celebrating Stanley's career as an artist and a leader at Winthrop University and in the community. The works are reminiscent of memories, places visited, and objects seen along a journey. Stanley's use of a limited palette directs the audience's attention within the paintings; but also showcases the artist's personal interest in the graphic qualities of black and white. The exhibition is curated by Chris Clamp ˜01 of Jerald Melberg Gallery and an alum of the Department of Fine Arts.

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