Past Exhibitions

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Emil Lukas

June 26, 2005 – September 18, 2005

Artist Emil Lukas employs the complex and unpredictable forces of gravity, light, and chemical reaction to alter simple materials like plaster and paper. It is when these unknowable forces exert their influence that a pivotal moment of process occurs. In this way, Lukas constantly tests and expands... More

Around About Abstraction

June 12, 2005 – October 2, 2005

Abstract painting thrives today, in numerous forms and approaches. Its contemporary adherents often ignore traditional distinctions between figuration and abstraction, and between painting and other art forms. This exhibition includes the work of six artists–Ingrid Calame, Andrew Masullo, Yunhee Min... More

A Window on the West: California Art from the Permanent Collection

May 15, 2005 – September 4, 2005

The East Coast has always seen the West Coast as a very different part of America, with a different geography, climate and culture. Indeed, California has been associated with gold, great weather, surfing, Hollywood and dreaming. More

2005 UNCG Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition

May 8, 2005 – June 12, 2005

A group exhibition featuring works by graduating MFA candidates in the UNCG Department of Art studio art program. More

2005 UNCG Department of Art Juried Seniors Exhibition

March 20, 2005 – April 24, 2005

Works by senior year student artists are included in the "2005 Juried Seniors Exhibition". More

Henri Matisse: Prints and Bronzes from the Claribel and Etta Cone Collection

March 6, 2005 – May 1, 2005

For years, selected works by Henri Matisse from the Claribel and Etta Cone Collection have been on view in a variety of combinations. The sixty-seven prints and seven bronzes in the collection are now rotated in three distinct segments: the first features primarily studies of faces; the second focuses... More