Wright Gallery Exhibits

On View

Upcoming exhibit at the Wright Gallery: Lamentations by Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak

Lamentations by Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak

On view: March 25 – April 25, 2024

Artist talk & reception: Wed. April 3rd 4:15 – 6 pm

Past Exhibits

10 Years, 10 Artists at the Wright Gallery

10 Years 10 Artists

A selection of 10 artists from the past decade at Wright Gallery, with additional artists featured digitally.

January 23, 2024 – March 5, 2024

Reception: Wed., February 7th 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

  • A view of the 10 Years 10 Artists exhibition displaying various artworks from 3 artists exhibiting in the exhibition.
    Left: Prepared Shelves 4.2 (side 2) by Bryan Florentin. Pigment inkjet print. 2023 Prepared Shelves 4.3 (side 2 after crashing onto floor) by Bryan Florentin. Pigment inkjet print, 2023. Center: かわいい子には旅をさせよ_Let your precious child explore by Mayuko Ono Gray. Graphite on paper, 2023. Right: Magical Flyover dream of home by Jennifer Chenoweth. Acrylic on paper, 2024.
  • A view of the 10 Years 10 Artists exhibition displaying 2 paintings of urban landscapes by Catherine Allen, one very large graphite drawing of a cat by Mayuko Ono Gray, and one abstract sculpture by Lisa Woods in the foreground on a white pedestal.
    Left: Yard Sale by Catherine Allen. Oil on canvas, 2022. Man Camp (Armadillo Hotel) by Catherine Allen. Center: Beneath the Surface by Lisa Woods. Foam core, color print, wood sticks. Right: かわいい子には旅をさせよ_Let your precious child explore by Mayuko Ono Gray. Graphite on paper, 2023.
  • A graphite drawing of Mayuko’s cat with abstracted Japanese calligraphy overlapping the cat and background.
    かわいい子には旅をさせよ_Let your precious child explore by Mayuko Ono Gray. Graphite on paper, 2023. Image courtesy of the artist.
  • Two abstract sculptures by Lisa Woods on white pedestals. The sculpture in the back is made up of free standing metal straws with foam core and photograph situated on top. The front sculpture is made up of free standing black wooden sticks with foam core and photograph situated halfway down the sicks.
    Back: Beneath the Surface 1 by Lisa Woods. Foamcore, color print, metal straws. 2022. Front: Beneath the Surface 2 by Lisa Woods. Foamcore, color print, wood sticks. 2022.
  • A top down view of Lisa Woods’ sculpture showing the tops of the wooden sticks and a photograph printed on the foamcore. The photograph depicts an aerial view of various land use.
    Beneath the Surface 2 by Lisa Woods. Foamcore, color print, wood sticks. 2022. Image courtesy of the artist.
  • An image of Lisa Woods’ sculpture with metal straws and green and brown printed foamcore.
    Beneath the Surface 1 by Lisa Woods. Foamcore, color print, metal straws. 2022.
  • An upclose view of Lisa Woods’ sculpture showing a dozen of metal straws attached to a photograph mounted to foamcore.
    Beneath the Surface 1 by Lisa Woods. Foamcore, color print, metal straws. 2022.
  • An image of one graphite drawing of a cat laying down with abstracted Japanese calligraphy overlaid on top.
    知らぬが花_Blissful Ignorance (Squith) by Mayuko Ono Gray. Graphite on paper. 2023.
  • A view of the gallery showing 2 paintings by Catherine Allen and a slideshow on a digital monitor displaying all the past exhibits at Wright Gallery.
    Left: Yard Sale by Catherine Allen. Oil on canvas. 2022. Center: Man Camp (Armadillo Hotel) by Catherine Allen. Oil on canvas, 2023. Right: slideshow of pictures from all past exhibits at Wright Gallery.
  • A view of one of the paintings by Catherine Allen depicting a construction site at dusk.
    Man Camp (Armadillo Hotel) by Catherine Allen. Oil on canvas. 2023.
  • A view of one of the paintings by Catherine Allen depicting a yard sale at a house. A large sign next to a pedestal in the background.
    Yard Sale by Catherine Allen. Oil on canvas. 2022.
  • A view of the gallery displaying 2 binders on pedestals with all of Wright Gallery’s past print materials, 2 booklets with information about past exhibitions shown at Wright Gallery, and the slideshow of past artists exhibited at Wright Gallery on a digital monitor.
    Wright Gallery Print Archive Binders
  • A view of one of Jenn Hassin’s artworks showing two black birds with bands of fabric at the top and bottom.
    Soaring Sisters by Jenn Hassin. Pulped U.S. and Afghan Military Uniforms, a Navy Blue Jacket Worn Leaving Afghanistan, a Ceremonial Afghan Dress with Embedded Hijabs from Afghan Veteran Women on Panel. 2023.
  • A view of one of Jenn Hassin’s artworks made out of rolled papers in bright colors and gray.
    Vibrant Paths by Jenn Hassin. Rolled handmade paper made out of military uniforms, clothing from Afghan Women Veterans, Children’s Clothing and Afghan Ceremonial Dresses, partially hand-sprayed with gray tones acrylic and metal paints on panel. 2023.
  • A close up view of rolled papers Jenn Hassin used to create her artwork Vibrant Paths.
    Vibrant Paths by Jenn Hassin. Rolled handmade paper made out of military uniforms, clothing from Afghan Women Veterans, Children’s Clothing and Afghan Ceremonial Dresses, partially hand-sprayed with gray tones acrylic and metal paints on panel. 2023.
  • A view of 5 abstract paintings created by Beilie Liu with blue and grey toned pigments, installed next to each other in a row.
    Ten Thousand Folds/Underlay by Beili Liu. Set of 5 paper, acrylic, Sumi ink on panel. 2016.
  • A view of the gallery showing 5 abstract paintings and one video by Beili Liu
    Left: Ten Thousand Folds/Underlay by Beili Liu. Set of 5 paper, acrylic, Sumi ink on panel. Right: Arctic Mending/Snow Mandala (Tromsdalen Valley) by Beili Liu. Video. 2022.
  • A view of the 10 Years 10 Artists exhibition showing work from 3 different artists.
    Left: Seeded 3 by Ann Johnson. 3 plate intaglio on bonded cotton, cowire shells.2022. With Gratitude by Ann Johnson. Intaglio on feathers, found objects. 2022. Center: Geometric by Tommy Fitzpatrick. Acrylic on canvas over panel. 2020. On loan courtesy of Forsyth Galleries, Class of ‘85 Endowed Art Collection. Right: Ten Thousand Folds/Underlay by Beili Liu.
  • An upclose view of one of Ann Johnson’s artworks showing a portrait of a women wearing a cowrie shell necklace with actual cowrie shells underneath in 3 rows.
    Seeded 3 by Ann Johsnon. 3 plate intaglio on bonded cotton, cowrie shells. 2022. Image courtesy of the artist.
  • A view of both of Ann Johnson’s artworks encased in black shadow boxes.
    Left: Seeded 3 by Ann Johnson. 3 plate intaglio on bonded cotton, cowrie shells. 2022. Right: With Gratitude by Ann Johnson. Intaglio on feathers, found objects. 2022.
  • An upclose view of one of Ann Jonhson’s artworks showing feathers with portraits printed on top.
    With Gratitude by Ann Johnson. Intaglio on feathers, found objects. 2022.
  • A view of the 10 Years 10 Artists exhibition showing 2 different artworks by Jennifer Chenoweth on the left and Tommy Fitzpatrick on the right.
    Left: Magical Flyover dream of home by Jennifer Chenoweth. Acrylic on paper. 2024. Right: Geomorphic by Tommy Fitzpatrick. Acrylic on canvas over panel. 2020. On loan courtesy of Forsyth Galleries, Class of ‘85 Endowed Art Collection.
  • A view of Tommy Fitzpatrick’s painting with geometric shapes in warm colors.
    Geomorphic by Tommy Fitzpatrick. Acrylic on canvas over panel. 2020. On loan courtesy of Forsyth Galleries, Class of ‘85 Endowed Art Collection.
  • An up close view of Tommy Fitzpatrick’s painting with geometric shapes in warm colors.
    Geomorphic by Tommy Fitzpatrick. Acrylic on canvas over panel. 2020. On loan courtesy of Forsyth Galleries, Class of ‘85 Endowed Art Collection
  • A view of Jennifer Chenoweth’s painting of her previous home in Austin, Texas, next to a pedestal holding a photobook of pictures of the house.
    Magical Flyover dream of home by Jennifer Chenoweth. Acrylic on paper. 2024.
  • An up close view of Jennifer Chenoweth’s painting of her previous home in Austin, Texas, next to a pedestal holding a photobook of pictures of the house.
    Magical Flyover dream of home by Jennifer Chenoweth. Acrylic on paper. 2024
  • A view of 2 of Bryan Florentin’s artworks showing objects on shelves in various states of composition.
    Left: Prepared Shelves 4.2 (side 2) by Bryan Florentin. Pigment inkjet print. 2023. Right: Prepared Shelves 4.3 (side 2 after crashing onto floor) by Bryan Florentin. Pigment inkjet print. 2023.
  • A view of one of Bryan Florentin’s artworks showing objects sitting on a shelf undisturbed.
    Prepared Shelves 4.2 (side 2) by Bryan Florentin. Pigment inkjet print.
  • A view of one of Bryan Florentin’s artworks showing objects having fallen off of the shelf and crashed into one another.
    Prepared Shelves 4.3 (side 2 after crashing onto floor) by Bryan Florentin. Pigment inkjet print. 2023.
  • A view of the 10 Years 10 Artists exhibition showing a few pedestals and several paintings installed on the walls.
    Left: Obama’s Last Night in Office by Brian Piana. Acrylic latex paint on canvas. 2017. Center: Beneath the Surface 2 by Lisa Woods. Foamcore, color print, wood sticks. 2022. Right: Yard Sale by Catherine Allen. Oil on canvas. 2022. Man Camp (Armadillo Hotel) by Catherine Allen. Oil on canvas. 2023. かわいい子には旅をさせよ_Let your precious child explore by Mayuko Ono Gray. Graphite on paper, 2023.
  • A view of Brian Piana’s abstract painting with red, green, blue, and yellow vertical bars.
    Obama’s Last Night in Office by Brian Piana. Acrylic latex paint on canvas. 2017.
  • A view of Brian Piana’s abstracted painting with green, yellow, red, and blue bars.
    Biden’s First Day in Office by Brian Piana. Acrylic latex paint on canvas. 2022. Image courtesy of the artist.
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Carlos Hernadez

November 6, 2023 – January 11, 2024

Artist talk: November 15th 2:00-3:00 pm

Opening reception: November 15th 3:00-4:30 pm

Learn more about Carlos Hernandez

  • On a white wall, a large portrait of a woman is centered. The portrait has a blue background and the woman wears a cowboy hat with star shaped face paint around her eyes. Above the artwork, a pink banner hangs on the wall.
    Carlos Hernandez, Public Image in Blue, screen print monotype
  • A large tapestry on the left has a painted blue skull with horns and a large tongue. On the right, a large artwork depicting a skeleton dressed in Western outfit, seated and playing an electric piano.
    Left: Carlos Hernandez, Blue Color Vera – Circus Banner, painted loose canvas. Right: Carlos Hernandez, Pedal to the Metal, screen print monotype.
  • An expansive view of an art gallery with many of Carlos Hernandez’ artworks hanging on the wall. Several small prints are installed on walls on the left side of the image. On the right, a large tapestry hangs on the wall. Towards the top, two rows of party banners with colorful triangles hang from the walls.
    Left: Carlos Hernandez, Print Santa Fe commemorative poster, monotype. Carlos Hernandez, Print Santa Fe commemorative poster, screen print monotype. Carlos Hernandez, Wanted: Live Music, screen print. Carlos Hernandez, Violent Femmes, screen print. Carlos Hernandez, Bayou Lover, screen print. Carlos Hernandez, Outlaw Print Week, screen print. Carlos Hernandez, UFOs Over Lubbock, screen print. Right: Carlos Hernandez, Blue Color Vera – Circus Banner, painted loose canvas.
  • On the left, a large leather bench is centered in front of a wall with a blue portrait of a woman. On the right, a series of walls with artwork recedes into the distance of the art gallery. Towards the top of the walls, rows of party banners with colorful triangles are suspended throughout the art gallery.
    Left: Carlos Hernandez, Public Image in Blue, screen print monotype. Center: Carlos Hernandez, Wanted: Live Music, screen print. Carlos Hernandez, Violent Femmes, screen print. Right: Carlos Hernandez, Blue Color Vera – Circus Banner, loose painted canvas.
  • In the foreground, a set of two orange artworks hang on white walls. The artwork on the left depicts a woman holding two pistols in the air. On the right, the image depicts a man wearing Western attire and singing towards a crowd of people. The lyrics say “destroy” inside a speech bubble. On the left of the photograph, two small artworks hang on the wall. Towards the top of the walls, rows of party banners with colorful triangles are suspended throughout the art gallery.
    Left: Carlos Hernandez, Anniversary, collage from older discarded screen prints & test prints. Carlos Hernandez, Skulls, collage from older discarded screen prints & test prints. Carlos Hernandez, Weave, collage from older screen prints & test prints. Carlos Hernandez,Take A Good Look, collage from older discarded screen prints & test prints. Right: Carlos Hernandez, Pistol Packing Mama, monotype. Carlos Hernandez, Destroy, monotype.
  • A room with long shelf holding accordion style sketchbooks with the artist’s drawings. Above the self, 3 posters promoting the musical group, ZZ Top. In the center of the photograph, a set of 3 prints on the walls features various text created with different shaped letters. In the background, a wooden bench is in front of 4 posters on the wall.
    Left: Carlos Hernandez, ZZ Top 50th Anniversary, screen print. Carlos Hernandez, 3 accordion sketchbooks, mixed media. Carlos Hernandez, Globe Mashup 1-3, monotype letterpress. Right: Carlos Hernandez, Print Santa Fe commemorative poster, monotype. Carlos Hernandez, Print Santa Fe commemorative poster, screen print monotype. Carlos Hernandez, Untitled (Bayou Queen), screen print. Carlos Hernandez, Bayou Monotype, screen print.
  • A room with long shelf holding accordion style sketchbooks with the artist’s drawings. Above the self, 3 posters are the wall advertise the musical group, ZZ Top.
    Carlos Hernandez, ZZ Top 50th Anniversary, screen print. Carlos Hernandez, 3 accordion sketchbooks, mixed media.
  • A close-up shot showing details of 3 accordion style sketchbooks featuring various sketches in black, white, blue and yellow.
    Carlos Hernandez, 3 accordion sketchbooks, mixed media.
  • On the left, 3 graphic prints on the walls feature various texts created with different shapes and sizes of letters. In the background, a wooden bench is in front of 4 posters on the wall.
    Left: Carlos Hernandez, Globe Mashup 1-3, monotype letterpress. Right: Carlos Hernandez, Print Santa Fe commemorative poster, monotype. Carlos Hernandez, Print Santa Fe commemorative poster, screen print monotype. Carlos Hernandez, Untitled (Bayou Queen), screen print. Carlos Hernandez, Bayou monotype, screen print.
  • Two graphic posters in magenta, black and white. The artwork on the left features a man wearing a bandana and cowboy hat. Text says “Austin Texas SWS” and “wanted live music.” The artwork on the right, depicts a woman with black tears dripping from her eyes. The large text says “violent femmes and X House of Blues, Friday May 10th.”
    Left: Carlos Hernandez, Wanted: Live Music, screen print. Right: Carlos Hernandez, Violent Femmes, screen print.
  • A plexiglass vitrine is set on top of a white pedestal with a book stand. On the book stand, two sketchbooks are open with 3 images visible. The artwork on the left page features a black and white sketch of a cowboy with abstracted facial features, wearing Western attire. Under the brim of the cowboy hat reads “a very big Howdy from me to you.” Image in the center of the sketchbook pages features a red, black and white drawing of an abstracted figure with a large head and small skeleton body. On the right, a woman’s face in drawn in yellow and black. The woman has a large bow on her head, and a pattern of colorful abstract shapes is in the background.
    Carlos Hernandez, sketchbooks, mixed media.
  • A close-up photograph showing details of the drawings in sketchbooks. The drawing on the left is in black and white, it’s a cowboy with abstracted facial features dressed in Western attire. Under the brim of the cowboy hat reads “a very big Howdy from me to you.” Image on the right depicts an abstract drawing in red, black and white; it is a figure with a large head and small skeleton body.
    Carlos Hernandez, sketchbooks, mixed media.
  • Two prints are installed on a white wall. Both prints have black, white, red and yellow. The image on the left features an abstracted cowboy with a pistol. The image on the right depicts a cowgirl with a pistol. In both images, the figures have wide stances and the pistol points at the viewer. Abstract shapes and color throughout the backgrounds.
    Left: Carlos Hernandez, Weird Western 1, screen print. Right: Carlos Hernandez, Weird Western 2, screen print
  • Several white walls recede into the distance of the art gallery with small artworks on the walls. A wooden bench towards the left sits on a brown polished concrete floor.
    Left: Carlos Hernandez, Weird Western 1, screen print. Carlos Hernandez, Weird Western 2, screen print. Right: Carlos Hernandez, Weird Western Monotype, screen print monotype. Carlos Hernandez, Glam, collage. Carlos Hernandez, Marfa Texas, screen print. Carlos Hernandez, Marfa Texas, screen print monotype.
  • Several white walls recede into the distance of the art gallery with small artworks on the walls.On the right, there is black text on the wall above an artwork that says “Carlos Hernandez Past & Present: Alternative Prints & Sketches.”
    Left: Carlos Hernandez, Glam, collage. Carlos Hernandez, Weird Western Monotype, screen print monotype. Right: Carlos Hernandez, Marfa Texas, screen print monotype. Carlos Hernandez, Marfa Texas, screen print. Carlos Hernandez, Anniversary, collage from older discarded screen prints & test prints. Carlos Hernandez, Skulls, collage from older discarded screen prints & test prints. Carlos Hernandez, Cassette, screen print collage.
  • Two small posters on the left side depict similar imagery of cowgirls engaged in a line dance; text reads Marfa Texas. In the background, a large orange artwork is on the wall. The imagery is a skeleton playing an electric piano. A party banner of colorful triangles hangs between the walls.
    Left: Carlos Hernandez, Marfa Texas, screen print monotype. Carlos Hernandez, Marfa Texas, screen print. Right: Carlos Hernandez, Pedal to the Metal, screen print monotype.
Marian Ichaso Lefeld Gallery Poster

Caracas Moderna

Marian Ichaso Lefeld

September 18 – October 26, 2023

  • A view of the front of the gallery by the entrance, a large canvas with multiple bright colors on the left, another brightly colored canvas tucked in the middle wall at the back, and a black and white painting of a building with windows in the foreground.
    Left: Dynamic Oil Tower, 2023, oil on canvas, 72” x 60”. Middle: Caracas Moderna, 2023, oil on canvas, 60” x 144”. Right: Parque la india, 2023, oil on canvas, 36” x 38”
  • A view of the gallery with two large paintings. The painting on the left is black and white and depicts the facade of a building; the painting on the right is an abstract bright multicolored painting.
    Left: Little Los Palos Grandes B&W, 2023, oil on canvas, 20” x 20”, Right: Neutra (Sister Painting II), 2021, oil on canvas, 60” x 72”
  • A view of the gallery with two large paintings. On the left there are two large canvases put together with brightly colored oil paints of a cityscape. On the right, there is an abstract bright multicolored painting.
    Left: Caracas Moderna, 2023, oil on canvas, 60” x 144”. Right: Neutra (Sister Painting II), 2021, oil on canvas, 60” x 72”
  • A single brightly colored abstract painting is in the center on a white wall.
    Neutra (Sister Painting II), 2021, oil on canvas, 60” x 72”
  • A view of the gallery with two walls with two artworks on display and a large sign with text in the background. On the left, there is a black and white painting of a beachside house with palm trees in the background. On the right, there is a black and white painting of two skyscraper buildings placed on a blue and gray background.
    Left: Lecherias Moderna 2 – B&W, 2023, oil on canvas, 60” x 72”. Right: Tropical Modernity, 2023, oil on canvas, 38” x 49”
  • A brightly colored painting of oil derricks, buildings, and an oil derrick with oil coming out of the spout.
    Barrasso II, 2021, oil on canvas, 60” x 192”Architecture. ARCH 406 Architecture Design V
  • On the right there is a blue, white, green, and red painting of a villa. In the middle there is a large abstract painting with multiple angular shapes and lines in many colors. On the right, there is a bright multicolored oil painting in the far background.
    Left: Ponti’s Villa Planchart, 2023, oil on canvas, 38” x 40”. Middle: Dynamic Oil Tower, 2023, oil on canvas, 72” x 60”. Left: Neutra (Sister Painting II), 2021, oil on canvas, 60” x 72”
  • A blue, white, green, and red painting of the interior of a villa with stairs, glass, walls, and lights.
    Ponti’s Villa Diamantina, 2023, oil on canvas, 48” x 40”
  • A blue, green, white, and red painting of a villa.
    Ponti’s Villa Planchart, 2023, oil on canvas 38” x 40”
  • A view of the gallery with multiple brightly colored paintings including buildings and oil derricks. There is a wooden bench on the right side of the art gallery.
    Left: Modern downtown, 2021, oil on canvas, 60” x 72”. Middle left: Revolution in Black and White, 2023, Oil on canvas, 72” x 60”. Middle right: Spindletop, 2021, oil on canvas, 60” x 72”. Left: Barrasso II, 2021, oil on canvas, 60” x 192”
  • A view of the gallery with a bright painting of oil derricks with a bench placed in front of the painting.
    Spindletop 2021 Oil on canvas 60” x 72”
  • A view of the gallery with multiple abstract paintings on view with multiple subjects including buildings and oil derricks.
    Left: Modern Downtown, 2021, oil on canvas, 60” x 72”, Middle left: Tropical Modernity, 2023, oil on canvas, 38” x 49”. Middle right: Lecherias Moderna 2 – B&W, 2023, oil on canvas, 60” x 72”, Caracas Moderna, 2023, oil on canvas, 60” x 144”. Right: Revolution in Black and White, 2023, oil on canvas 72” x 60”
Fresh Forward Annual PVFA & SOA Student Exhibition

Fresh Forward

Annual School of Performance, Visualization & Fine Arts and School of Architecture Student Exhibition

May 3 – September 8, 2023

  • School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts; School of Architecture
  • A view of the Fresh Forward: PVFA & SOA Student Exhibition that showcases two architecture vessels, framed architecture plans, a CGI rendering, and a TV with time based media videos.
    School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts; School of Architecture
  • A view of the School of Architecture student submissions featuring five architecture vessels on various pedestals and a parametric planting system.
    School of Architecture. ARCH 406, Architecture Design V
  • A profile view of the School of Architecture student submissions featuring six architecture vessels on various pedestals.
    School of Architecture. ARCH 406, Architecture Design V
  • A close photo of School of Architecture’s architecture vessels featuring 3 large vessels in the foreground, 2 smaller vessels in the background, and a partial view of the parametric planting system.
    School of Architecture. ARCH 406, Architecture Design V
  • A close up photograph of a 3D printed architecture vessel on a black pedestal with red flowers placed along the vessel’s crevices.
    Architecture vessel by Emily Acosta, Ashley Ku, and Sunjin Lee. 3D printed PLA (plastic). School of Architecture. ARCH 406 Architecture Design V
  • A close up photograph of a 3D model of a timber duplex made out of balsa wood, foam core, and PLA atop a bass wood plank.
    “Timber Duplex” by Jade Radford, Ethan Hajdik, Alyssa Foertsch, & Addison Henson. Balsa wood, bass wood, foam core, & PLA. School of Architecture. ARCH 206 Architecture Design II
  • A close up photograph of four different 3D printed duplex models made out of PLA and balsa wood.
    “Timber Duplex” by Jade Radford, Ethan Hajdik, Alyssa Foertsch, & Addison Hennson. Balsa wood, bass wood, foam core, & PLA. School of Architecture. ARCH 206 Architecture Design II
  • An angled view of Fresh Forward: PVFA & SOA Student Exhibition featuring 2 duplex floor plan designs, 4 3D printed models, 1 architecture vessel, a CGI portrait, and 1 3D model of a duplex.
    School of Architecture. ARCH 206, Architecture Design II & ARCH 406 Architecture Design V
  • An angled view of Fresh Forward: PVFA & SOA Student Exhibition featuring 3 architecture vessels, 1 framed architecture plan, a red self portrait, and one linocut print with materials.
    School of Architecture; School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts
  • A close up photograph of a self portrait painting painted with various hues & shades of red.
    “Drowing” by Ricardo Sanoja. Oil paint on canvas. School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts. ARTS 325, Painting I
  • A close up photograph of a board game with various 3D printed dog parts, playing cards, and a colorful wheel with dog illustrations.
    “Build-a-Mutt” by Katelyn Noble, Maleah Miller, Farnoush Torkzadeh, Hayden Loos, Dominic Nguyen, Helena Rodrigues, Shadoe Bourn, Brittney Crowe, Emily Legg, & Xingling Xu. Mixed media. School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts. Funded by VIVID Lab. VIZA 614, Form, installation, & environment
  • A slanted photograph of 3 different artworks. A diorama of cats in a bar, a CGI rendering of an environment with a green car, and an oil painting of a pixelated Flamingo with a teal background.
    “Whiskers & Whiskey” by Corain Marneweck, mixed media, VIST 106 Principles of Design II; “Pueblando Al Amanecer: A CGI Environment” by Andrea Ballesteros, printer ink on paper, VIZA 693 MS in Visualization Capstone; “Flamingo” by Toryn Autry, oil paint on canvas, ARTS 325 Painting I. School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts
  • A slanted photograph of 3 charcoal drawings in white frames featuring one portrait, one still life, and one environment drawing.
    “Portrait of Mica” by Sydney Lemmon, charcoal on drawing paper, ARTS 212 Life Drawing; “Allegory of Art” by Aziel Obergon, charcoal on drawing paper, ARTS 115 Drawing for Visualization; “Cloudy Morning at Langford” by Evie Liang, charcoal on drawing paper, ARTS 115 Drawing for Visualization. School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts
  • A wide angle view of a lino-cut print accompanied by the linoleum print plate, paper making samples, 2 jars of paper pulp samples, and fabric samples.
    “Buy Less: A Sustainable Art Series” by Hannah Boyd. Hand-carved linoleum (lino-cut) print and plate. VIST 409 Capstone Studio. School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts
  • An angled view of a lino-cut print accompanied by the linoleum print plate, paper making samples, 2 jars of paper pulp samples, and fabric samples.
    “Buy Less: A Sustainable Art Series” by Hannah Boyd. Hand-carved linoleum (lino-cut) print & plate. VIST 409 Capstone Studio. School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts
  • A close up angled view of hand carved linoleum plates with ink residue
    “Buy Less: A Sustainable Art Series” by Hannah Boyd. Hand-carved linoleum (lin-cut) print & plate. VIST 409 Capstone Studio. School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts
  • A wide view of the Fresh Forward: PVFA & SOA Student Exhibition featuring the School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts student submissions
    School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts
  • A wide view of the Fresh Forward: PVFA & SOA Student Exhibition featuring School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts student submissions
    School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts
  • A wide view of the Fresh Forward: PVFA & SOA Student Exhibition featuring School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts student submissions
    School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts
  • A wide shot of the Fresh Forward: PVFA & SOA Student Exhibition featuring School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts student submissions
    School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts
  • An angled view of the Fresh Forward: PVFA & SOA Student Exhibition featuring School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts student submissions.
    School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts
  • An angled view of the Fresh Forward: PVFA & SOA Student Exhibition featuring School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts student submissions.
    School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts
  • A close up view of a white foam core sculpture inspired by the spotted lanternfly insect.
    “Spotted Lanternfly” by Asia Erwin. Foam core. School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts. VIST 106 Principles of Design II
  • A close up view of a foam core sculpture with a combination of angular and curved foam pieces
    Foam core sculpture by Evie Liang. Foam core. School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts. VIST 106 Principles of Design II
  • A close up view of a dress made out of newspaper and bottle tabs with a matching crown and bouquet from the “Waste Wear Wearable Arts” Runway Show.
    Newspaper dress from “Waste Wear Wearable Arts” Runway Show by Sara Cruz, Rodriguez, Angelyn Kham, Camden Maddox, Cole Eckhardt, Jacob Hou, Kate Lynn Nolan, Kylie Peters, Kevin Kim. School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts. PERF 156 Dress in World Cultures
  • A close up view of a mermaid dress made out of plastic and an upcycled dress from the “Waste Wear Wearable Arts” Runway Show.
    Mermaid dress from “Waste Wear Wearable Arts” Runway Show by Alexa Mihailescu, Rodrigo Orozco, Isabella O’Connell, Lilia Barnett, Yoselyn Hernandez, Hector Sesatty, Shrikar Pinnam, & Estrella Rueda. School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts. PERF 156 Dress in World Cultures
  • A wide view of 2 dresses from “Waste Wear Wearable Arts” Runway Show featuring a brightly colored dress made out of chip bags & coffee pods as well as a monochromatic blue dress made out of trash bags & fairy lights with a matching headband.
    Chip bag dress from “Waste Wear Wearable Arts” Runway Show by Nadia Abusaid, Evelyn Carley, Lexy Ide, Keira Hemmert, Alyssa LeDane, Sharon Smith, & Haylie Ramos; Blue trash bag dress from “Waste Wear Wearable Arts” Runway Show by Claire Beardsley, Isabella Fonesca, Emily Lajoie, Trinity Halcom, Liliana Aguilar, Katie Ronaghan, & Emma Metz. School of Performance, Visualization, & Fine Arts. PERF 156 Dress in World Cultures
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Light in the Way

Shane Darwent

March 29 – April 27, 2023

Artist Talk: Wednesday, March 29, 2–3 p.m.
Supported by Academy for the Visual & Performing Arts.

Reception: Wednesday, March 29, 3–4:30 p.m.
Wright Gallery. Free and open to the Public

  • Darwent Wright Gallery 3
    ‘Targets’ UV print on foam core 2023; ‘Nocturne (Balancing)’ ‘Targets’, UV print on foam core, 2023; ‘Nocturne (Balancing)’, Powder-coated aluminum, vinyl, fluorescent LED lighting, HDPE base, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 4
    ‘Nocturne (Balancing)’, Powder-coated aluminum, vinyl, fluorescent LED lighting, HDPE base, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 5
    ‘Nocturne (Balancing)’, Powder-coated aluminum, vinyl, fluorescent LED lighting, HDPE base, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 6
    ‘Targets’, UV print on foam core, 2023; ‘Relax the Back Blue’, Archival pigment print on museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic, 2021
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 7
    ‘HEB Rock’, UV print on foam core, existing gallery electrical outlet, 2023; ‘Targets’, UV print on foam core, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 8
    ‘Relax the Back Blue’, ‘Relax the Back Yellow’, and ‘Pooches Place Yellow’, all Archival pigment print on museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic, 2021
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 9
    ‘Targets’, UV print on foam core, 2023; ‘Relax the Back Blue’, ‘Relax the Back Yellow’, and ‘Pooches Place Yellow’, all Archival pigment print on museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic, 2021
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 10
    ‘Pooches Place Yellow’, Archival pigment print on museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic, 2021
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 11
    ‘Targets’, UV print on foam core, 2023; ‘Relax the Back Blue’, ‘Relax the Back Yellow’, and ‘Pooches Place Yellow’, all Archival pigment print on museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic, 2021; ‘Nocturne (Balancing)’ Powder-coated aluminum, vinyl, fluorescent LED lighting, HDPE base, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 12
    ‘Relax the Back Blue’ (left) and ‘Relax the Back Yellow’ (right), both Archival pigment print on museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic, 2021
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 13
    ‘Slanting Frieze’, Aluminum, vinyl, fluorescent LED lighting, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 14
    ‘Targets’, UV print on foam core, 2023; ‘Nocturne (Balancing)’, Powder-coated aluminum, vinyl, fluorescent LED lighting, HDPE base, 2023; ‘Slanting Frieze’ Aluminum, vinyl, fluorescent LED lighting, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 15
    ‘Slanting Frieze’ Aluminum, vinyl, fluorescent LED lighting, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 16
    ‘Slanting Frieze’ Aluminum, vinyl, fluorescent LED lighting, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 17
    ‘Slanting Frieze’ Aluminum, vinyl, fluorescent LED lighting, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 18
    ‘Primary Column’, Aluminum, vinyl, steel base , 2023; ‘Relax the Back Red’, Archival pigment print on museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic, 2021; ‘KFC Curbs’ Aluminum, vinyl, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 19
    ‘Primary Column’ Aluminum, vinyl, steel base, 2023; ‘Relax the Back Red’, Archival pigment print on museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic, 2021; ‘KFC Curbs’, Aluminum, vinyl, 2023; ‘KFC Corner’, UV Print on foam core, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 20
    KFC Curbs’, Aluminum, vinyl, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 21
    ‘Primary Column’, Aluminum, vinyl, steel base , 2023; ‘Relax the Back Red’, Archival pigment print on museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic, 2021; ‘KFC Curbs’, Aluminum, vinyl, 2023; ‘KFC Corner’, UV Print on foam core, 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 22
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 23
    ‘Breezeblocks’, Aluminum, vinyl, 2023; ‘Primary Column’ Aluminum, vinyl, steel base 2023 ‘Relax the Back Red’ Archival pigment print on museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic 2021
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 24
    ‘Breezeblocks’ Aluminum, vinyl 2023 ‘Primary Column’ Aluminum, vinyl, steel base 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 25
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 26
    ‘Breezeblocks’ Aluminum, vinyl 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 27
    ‘Light in the Way’ UV print on foam core, aluminum, vinyl, fluorescent LED lighting, archival pigment print mounted to museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic, pea gravel 2021-23 ‘Relax the Back Red’ Archival pigment print on museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic 2021 ‘KFC Curbs’ Aluminum, vinyl 2023 ‘KFC Corner’ UV Print on foam core 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 28
    ‘Light in the Way’ UV print on foam core, aluminum, vinyl, fluorescent LED lighting, archival pigment print mounted to museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic, pea gravel 2021-23 ‘Relax the Back Red’ Archival pigment print on museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic 2021
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 29
    ‘Propane Cage Red’ Archival pigment print on museum board, baltic birch plywood, poplar, acrylic 2021 ‘Breezeblocks’ Aluminum, vinyl 2023
  • Darwent Wright Gallery 30
    ‘Chase Bank Ramp with Pollen’ UV Print on foam core 2023
Tignon by Chesley Antoinette

Tignon

Chesley Antoinette

January 23 – March 9, 2023

Wg square transient nature

A Transient Nature

Shawn Camp, Dameon Lester, Shannon Faseler

November 7, 2022 – January 13, 2023

College of Architecture exhibits from 2014-2022