Cedar Valley College - Educational Art Gallery
June 5 - August 4, 2018
An exhibition curated by Cynthia Miller and featuring works by Amy Holmes George, H. Jennings Sheffield, Libby Rowe, Danielle Rene Khoury, Lupita Murillo Tinnen, Ana Fritzel as well as Cynthia Miller. From the gallery: "These diverse artists explore personal and distinctive first-person reflections of their concept of maternal experience. Miller seeks to present views of motherhood that avoid the mass-media banalities about these real, adult women, and reveal their actual voices, identities and agency."
“Amanda Wallace documents and reflects on her encounters with her African-American family’s experience of grief, death, and suffering and how her representations of these family...Read More
A show of works by Marilyn Waligore. “The artist collects discarded aluminum waste to create sculptural forms, which ultimately exist only in a photographic record. Waligore’s...Read More
“(Inverted) Utopia features the work of Jessie Barnes and Sara Cardona. Both use paper and mixed media to create a reflection of the biological world...Read More
A show of paintings by Dallas artist Eliana Miranda. In her work, “Miranda explores and analyzes the portrayal of immigrants in American mass media. She uses...Read More
A show featuring porcelain sculptures by Linda Gossett and works created using printed ephemera and found materials by Jim Wilson. Gossett received her MFA from the University of Dallas,...Read More
The Color of Expression: Work by Black and Latino Students from the University of Texas at Arlington
An exhibition of works created by Black and Latino students from the University of Texas at Arlington. “Curated and organized by Christine Adame and Spencer...Read More
“Gordon Young builds digital photomontages from an amalgam of photographs of his personal environment fused with imagery appropriated from digital media. With the objective of...Read More
An exhibition of works by recent UNT MFA painting graduate Yuni Lee. Lee creates paintings that are inspired by traditional Korean Minhwah (folk) art, natural forms, and the...Read More
An exhibition of works created from reclaimed materials.
Texas-based artist and academic Richard Miller combines paintings and sound in this exhibition of new work.