TWU Department of Visual Arts Galleries

TWU Department of Visual Arts Galleries

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Texas St. @ Oakland St. (Fine Arts Building)

Denton, TX 76201


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Construct: Abstract / Three Painters

Texas Woman’s University’s Department of Visual Arts presents three Texas painters—Michelle Mackey, Marcelyn McNeil, and Lorraine Tady—working with abstraction in different ways.

Made in the U.S.A.: Jeannie Hulen

This work relates to a previous series, Made in Taiwan, critiquing the excessive consumerism inherent in capitalist systems.

TWU Alumni Exhibition

Current work by six alumni of the TWU graduate painting program, curated by Professor Gary Washmon. Featuring Penny Bisbee, Mark Collop, Tim Harding, Sunny Jacquet,...

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Kelli Connell: Double Life

By scanning and manipulating two or more negatives, Connell creates “believable” situations with two images of the same model seen laughing, making-out, or quarreling. It’s...

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Susan Burnstine: Within Shadows

Burnstine created twenty-one hand-made film cameras from vintage camera parts and random household objects and uses them to explores the fleeting moments between dreaming and...

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Katherine Taylor : Recent Works

Little Elm, Texas resident Katherine Taylor’s black and white porcelain sculptures are intended to be garishly obvious and quietly pleasing. Much of her most recent...

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Wendy Wagner: Recent Works

Houston artist Wendy Wagner has a distinctive make-believe world that she express in painting, drawing, ceramic, soft sculpture and animation. This year she has expanded...

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FREERIDING brings together works by the Art Guys, David Bergholz, Christine Bisetto, Richie Budd, Candy Chang, M. Kate Helmes, Kristin Lucas, Temporary Services, and Lawrence...

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Jenny Vogel and Shane Mecklenburger

The TWU Department of Visual Arts presents two exhibitions in the East Gallery with artists Jenny Vogel and Shane Mecklenburger. Vogel features video, photography and...

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Calla Thompson: Selected Works

The exhibition of Calla Thompson’s work is selected by Assistant Professor Tanya Synar, head of the Sculpture Program in the Department of Visual Arts at...

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