Thursday April 18 at 7pm
Come See & Hear Michael Berryhill
UT Spring 2013 Artist in Residence
The presentation will be in 109 Art & Architecture Building
located at 1715 Volunteer Blvd, Knoxville, TN
The event is free and open to the public.
To preview some of Michael’s work:
Kansas Gallery: Michael Berryhill
For more about the AIR program at UT:
School of Art Artist-in-Residence Program
The Ewing Gallery is pleased to present recent works by Michael Zansky for our first exhibition of 2013. This exhibition will open to the public on January 17, 2013, and will be at the Ewing through February 26. Please join us for an opening reception on the evening of Thursday, January 24, 2013 at the Ewing Gallery from 7-9pm. The artist will be present.
Michael Zansky is an American artist working in installation art, sculpture, painting and photography. He has been represented by the Nicholas Robinson Gallery in New York since 2003. In addition to his art making, he is also a set designer, working with films and television shows such as, Law and Order: SVU, The First Wives Club, The Sopranos, Donnie Brasco, The Juror, and Fatal Attraction. For more examples of his artwork, please visit:
On Friday, October 19, selections from the Sculpture area will be displayed during the cocktail hour at the Volunteer Leadership Awards, in the Convention Center.
Patricia Treib, Artist-in-Residence, University of Tennessee, School of Art
Lecture – Thursday October 18, 2012 @ 7pm
Room 109, McCarty Auditorium, Art & Architecture Bldg.
Free and Open to the Public
The paintings that are being exhibited are painted on the floor and are scaled in relation to the artist’s height. Treib is searching for an image that is not from a singular viewpoint, but includes and entertains the inconsistencies inherent in vision itself. For example, the type of disjuncture that is experienced everyday, but is smoothed over and made imperceptible through habit, which is the act of synthesizing the separate views from both eyes. The paintings are rooted in the physical disjuncture that is part of the body.
Patricia Treib received an MFA from Columbia University in 2006. Her works have recently been exhibited at Wallspace in New York and Favorite Goods in Los Angeles. Treib had her first New York exhibition at John Connelly Presents and also had a solo show with Golden Gallery in Chicago. She has had residencies at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and the Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation. Treib lives and works in New York.
Click HERE to see examples of Treib’s work.
The Artist-in-Residence Program in Painting and Drawing was initiated in 1982, and is a major part of the curriculum and community in Painting and Drawing. The AIR demonstrate the relevance and influence of their ideas with their respected and growing exhibition record and with their ability to verbally connect the ideas central to their work to those extant in both the art world and the School of Art at the University of Tennessee. The AIR adds to the vitality and vibrancy of that discourse among faculty and students of the School of Art.
About a week ago, this exhibit of many artists opened in Ewing Gallery (and later in Downtown Gallery). It is an exciting collaboration between current faculty, alumni, and other artists. Tonight, the deputy editor of Art News, Barbara MacAdam will give a lecture, focusing on this exhibit. The lecture begins at 7:30pm in A+A 109.
Selected faculty, staff and graduate students from the UTK School of Art Printmaking Program had their work included in “Print Resonance,” and exhibition and portfolio currently being exhibited at Musashino Art University, in Tokyo, Japan.
Selected universities in the exhibition include the University of Alberta (Canada), Musashino Art University (Japan), Silpakorn University (Thailand), the Antwerp Royal Academy (Belgium) and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (United States).
On September 7, students from the Sculpture area hosted a show at Gallery 1010. The artists whose work was showcased included Jessica Brooke Anderson, April Bachtel, Jonathan Broyles, G.M.Bundy, Sarah Campbell, Jenny Chin, Caroline Hatfield, Alexandra Kirtley, Kevin Varney, and Dean Yasko.
According to the show statement, it is “an exhibition that presents contemporary work made by UT undergraduate and graduate students, FREE art celebrates the power of transformation in everyday items, found objects, and recycled materials. The ideas behind these works may be diverse, but they are united by their innovative use of everyday items. These artists manipulate and repurpose common materials and by doing so, create an opportunity for dialogue between the audience and the perception, use, and reclamation of these materials. Things that might be considered trash can in fact become art, and vehicles for expression and creativity.”
The Art & Architecture Ewing Gallery and UT Downtown Gallery had an article published about them on Saturday, on the Knoxville News-Sentinel website. The article was about figurative art selections chosen by Downtown Gallery from the Ewing collection for display. To read the full article, please click the following link:
The sculpture area’s Professor Tinajero’s independent study class finished a 19 feet tall permanent sculpture for the Knoxville zoo. The official opening of the exhibit will be announced in the next few weeks.
The names of the students who participated in this class are A. Johnson, D. Yasko, J. Gibson, B. Miller, T. Wheeler, V. Walker, S. Eason, T. Nguyen, H. Yoon, K. Ryan, A. Hilley, W. Hippensteal, and C. Hatfield.
These students were part of Professor Tinjero’s “Special Topics in Sculpture” and “Independent Study in Sculpture” classes.