Join us in viewing the evocative ceramic sculptures of artists Kristen Cliffel, Eva Polzer, and P.J. Hargraves at BW’s Fawick Gallery in the exhibition Mended Mythology. Their stirring and dynamic sculptures are carefully constructed with clay and embellished with vibrant glazes. The reception will be in the Fawick Gallery Lobby from 5-8PM on September 22, 2023.
2023 Annual Student Exhibition
The 2023 Annual Student Art Show celebrates the visual arts at Baldwin Wallace University (BW), continuing a decades-long tradition perpetuated by the Department of Art. The exhibition opening is at the Fawick Art Gallery on Friday, April 14, 2023, from 5 pm-8 pm.
2023 Studio Art Senior Exhibition
This studio art senior exhibition contains traditional prints, photography, oil paintings, pottery, sculpture, and installation. Each student has chosen an area of emphasis in which they work with a media or process that they feel best visually communicates their ideas and interests as an artist. The show runs from February 27th – March 24th.
2023 Graphic Design Senior Portfolio Exhibition
Chroma is the quality of color combining hue and saturation. Chroma symbolizes the seniors’ colorful future as they transform from students to professional designers. The portfolio exhibition closing reception, Friday, February 10th, from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm, will showcase how they brought their creative vision to life through their graphic design work at Baldwin Wallace University.
A Big Relief!
A Big Relief! features woodblock prints created by select regional students, faculty, and artists during a Big Ink workshop. Big Ink travels the country to museums, universities, art centers, galleries, etc., teaching and promoting awareness of large-scale woodblock printmaking.
Circles, Curt LaCross
The Circles exhibition features the artwork of figurative sculptor Curt LaCross. The body of work consists of painted stoneware and resin figures that address the struggles present in the human event. LaCross’ work speaks of the delicate balance between the lower and higher self and what it means to be human.
Works by Emil Robinson
Emil’s recent paintings create spiritual intensity using light color and form. He finds nobility in the objects of his environment. Robinson’s paintings build iconic forms capable of new mysterious and associative narratives. Works by Emil Robinson will be exhibited at Baldwin Wallace’s Fawick Gallery from August 29-September 2022. The closing reception is September 23rd from 5pm-8pm.
2022 Annual Student Art Exhibition
The 2022 Annual Student Art Show celebrates the visual arts at Baldwin Wallace University (BW), continuing a decades-long tradition perpetuated by the Department of Art. The exhibition opening is at the Fawick Art Gallery on Friday, April 22, 2022, from 5 pm-8 pm.
2022 Studio Art Senior Exhibition
2022 Studio Art Senior Exhibition runs from February 25-March 18, 2022 at Fawick Gallery on Baldwin Wallace University campus. Each Senior Student has chosen an area of emphasis in which they work with a media or process that they feel best visually communicates their ideas and interests as an artist. Each artist has built a body of work to represent their strengths and creative vision.
2022 Graphic Design Senior Portfolio Exhibition
ASCEND is Baldwin Wallace University’s Digital Media Design senior graphic design majors’ 2022 portfolio exhibition. The exhibition will open at the Fawick Art Gallery on Friday, February 11th, from 5 pm-8 pm. Please note: this show has been rescheduled from Feb 4, due to weather.
The show features student works that visually and creatively communicate a message through print and web design. Each student represents their unique brand identity that emphasizes individual strengths and areas of specialization. Example works include logo, brochure, packaging design, and website and App designs.
Don’t Panic! Brace for Impact!
The exhibition Don’t Panic! Brace for Impact will open at the Fawick Art Gallery on Friday, November 12th from 5pm-8pm.
R!ch Cihlar and Bob Peck devised the title, ‘Don’t Panic!’ for their art collaborations, in reference to their collective approach and as advice for the viewer. The dynamic duo uses spray paint to morph their styles seamlessly into unified Street/Pop Art installations.
Works featured in the upcoming exhibition pay reverence to the idea of unseen forces colliding with each other. The works will range from a variety of designer toys, spray painted works, and other forms of Street Art. In the incarnation of Don’t Panic! at the Fawick Gallery R!ch and Bob solicit reinforcements in the form of fellow artists.
This Land is Your Land, Kevin Muente
Kevin Muente’s This Land is Your Land Exhibition will be held at Baldwin Wallace University’s Fawick Gallery, October 11, 2021-October 22, 2021 with the opening reception: October 22, 2021 from 5-8pm.
The stories Kevin Muente tells speak to the soul. We may not know who these characters are, but we still connect to their problems, and desires. We empathize with them. Their world helps us to examine our world. Expressions, gestures and narratives frozen on the canvas heighten the suspense and are never fully resolved. The landscape and its eternal presence surround the figures and offers a freshness lacking from much narrative art. Like a film director, Kevin scopes out environments that will heighten the drama of the characters involved giving my paintings an almost cinematic quality.
86 REASONS (for asylum admission
Shedding light on dark topics through the female lens, Ohio porcelain sculptor Kimberly Chapman’s exhibition 86 REASONS (for asylum admission) will be held at Baldwin Wallace University’s Fawick Gallery Aug 30-Sept 24, 2021 with a reception Friday, Sept 10th 5-8pm.
The exhibition showcases Chapman’s delicate, white porcelain sculptures and black-and-white tintype photography that examines why women were sent to asylums and the botched diagnosis and treatments they received.
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