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2015-2016 Season

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From Star Wars to Transformers by Livio Ramondelli

Aug. 18 - Sept. 25
Opening Reception: Wednesday, Sept. 9, 6 p.m.

From Star Wars to Transformers by Livio Ramondelli Based in Los Angeles, concept artist Livio Ramondelli’s impressive list of credits includes the comic books “Transformers:  Autocracy and Monstrosity” and “Transformers: Chaos, Robots in Disguise,” as well as covers for “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” “G.I. Joe,” and “30 Days of Night.” He often provides art and designs for Google, Hasbro, and Upper Deck, and previously worked for world-renowned artist Jim Lee at WildStorm/DC Comics.

Suriya by Jim Neel

Sept. 29-Oct. 30
Opening Reception 6 p.m.

Jim Neel's sculpture, drawings and photography have appeared in regional and national exhibitions as well as academic galleries. Working as a freelance photojournalist covering the wars in Central America and life and death among the Serpent Handling Holiness of Appalachia, his work has appeared nationally and internationally in more than thirty newspapers, magazines and hard-cover publications. He currently serves as associate professor of art at Birmingham-Southern College and director of The Durbin Gallery.  


Alice Hirt & Jo Bearse Endowed Art Exhibition

Nov. 5 - 24
Opening Reception 6 p.m.
Featuring works by Associate Professor of Art Ted Whisenhunt, Assistant Professor of Art Jeremy Waltman, Adjunct Instructor of Art Duncan Baird and Campus Gate Art Gallery Director Camden Goddard, ’14, this talented group of artists will showcase a variety of artworks in both two-and three-dimensional media. 

48: The Christmas Cards of Dale Cochran

Dec. 1-11
Opening Reception 5 p.m.

In 1964, Cochran began to create Christmas cards silk-screened with a homemade screen. In 1969, he brought the new technique of cut-paper designs to his cards, with the first featuring a bird motif which would become the subject for all of his future cards. Cochran’s inspiration comes from many sources including photographs, the printed word, observation and original concepts. His paintings of native wildflowers and bird hang in collections across the United States and Europe. 

Plan for an Undoing by Douglas Miller

Jan. 21-Feb. 14
Opening Reception 6 p.m.

Acclaimed Kentucky mixed media artist Douglas Miller produces breathtaking masterworks that explore the inner personality of his beautifully rendered subjects. He works appear in numerous public and private exhibits and collections across the United States.

Student Juried Art Exhibition 

March. 3 - 31
Opening Reception 6 p.m.

This highly anticipated annual exhibition is open to all YHC students and showcases talent across manyartistic mediums. Prizes will be awarded during the opening reception.

Senior Thesis Exhibition

April 7-May 7
Opening Reception 6 p.m.

This exhibition represents a culmination of artwork created by senior art majors. This gifted group will showcase a diverse body of work, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, and many other mediums. 

Campus Gate Art Gallery

Campus Gate Art Gallery