USCB Senior Student Art Exhibition
April 19, BEAUFORT, S.C. –
The Sea Islands Center Gallery at the University of South Carolina Beaufort is pleased to present Untitled 18, an exhibition featuring the work of nine graduating Department of Fine Arts students. The exhibition will be on view in the Sea Islands Center Gallery from April 30 – May 2, 2018.
The reception will be held on Wednesday, May 2, from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. Artist talks will begin at 6:30 p.m. Each artist will present their work in a lightning style format, which will move around the gallery space.
Untitled 18 features the work of Nicholas Bell, Jeremiah Buoy, Holli Coble-Nunn, Natalie Howden, Micalah Locke, Abigail Long, Bradly Stanley, Lizanna Stone, and Eva Zygmuntowicz.
Artwork being shown includes: the surreal photographs of Abbey Long, some of which include textures and objects superimposed onto the body or within the figure; illustrative figurative paintings and drawings by Eva Zzygmuntowicz created in a delicate Pop style; colorful digitially manipulated images of abstracted landscape paintings by Holli Coble-Nunn, and detailed hand-painted engravings of narrative scenes by Jeremiah Buoy.
Micalah Locke deals with the subject of the female body in her linoleum and solar prints; Bradley Stanley focuses our attention on details of nature and life in his photographs and Natalie Howden creates clay and mixed media sculptures based on books that were influential to her as a child.
Mixed media paintings and an animation are created by Nicholas Bell, which feature a storyline centered around a fox chase through a forest, and Lizanna Stone displays colored pencil drawings of creatures that stare out at the viewer within a landscape and bordered frame.
The exhibition is currently on view at the Center for the Fine Arts at the University of South Carolina. Work will be moved to the Sea Islands Center Gallery, where it will be on display from April 30 - May 2, 2018. The gallery is located at 1106 Carteret St. in Beaufort, SC.
About the Sea Islands Center Gallery:
The Sea Islands Center Gallery is owned by the University of South Carolina Beaufort and operated by the Department of Fine Arts. Since 2012, the gallery has hosted visiting artists, traveling exhibitions, group exhibitions, and exhibitions of student work. The mission of the gallery is to promote the academic and creative programming goals of the Department of Fine Arts and to serve as a catalyst of creative inquiry and exploration within the community.
Located in the heart of the Carolina Sea Islands, the University of South Carolina Beaufort (USCB) is a baccalaureate member of the USC system, serving the southeast coast of South Carolina and Georgia. Since 2002, USCB has tripled its academic degree programs, doubled its FTE enrollment, opened its first on-campus housing (now serving more than 900), joined the NAIA Sun Conference, and fielded conference and national award-winning Sand Shark athletes in nine sports. The university's two campuses serve a diverse student body of 2,000 students. The Bluffton campus offers cutting-edge Computational Science and Nursing laboratories, and a broad range of academic degree programs. The Beaufort campus, located on Beaufort's downtown waterfront, houses an innovative baccalaureate Studio Art program in close proximity to Beaufort's many art galleries. The University of South Carolina Beaufort offers students an exceptional place to learn and live in an environment focused on growth, preservation and opportunity.
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