Hush by Nora Hartlaub
Aug. 18 - Sept. 22
Cosing Reception: Sept. 22, 6 p.m.
Hartlaub's exhibit will showcase a variety of pieces ranging from sculptures, installations, drawings, paintings and videos that often juxtapose items of individual or collective significance with subversive and/or puckish observations.
Caught and Loose: Quilts by Cathy and Coulter Fussell
Sept. 29-Oct. 27
Opening Reception: Sept. 29, 6 p.m.
Cathy Fussell and Coulter Fussell, mother and daughter, are art quilters, but they don’t call themselves a team. While they often inspire each other, they don’t often work collaboratively. This exhibit will feature works by Cathy, works by Coulter, and a few rare collaborative pieces they have produced together. Cathy is a retired English professor who has been quilting for 50 years. Coulter holds a B.F.A. in painting and drawing from the University of Mississippi. She is the owner of Yalo Studio, a gallery, and YaloRun Textiles, an experimental textile studio, both in Water Valley, Miss. Her work has been referenced in The New York Times, Art Forum, and Art Papers, and is included in the 2016 Atlanta Biennial. Cathy was recently commissioned by the Congressional Club to create an art quilt for First Lady Michelle Obama. Cathy lives and maintains a studio in Columbus, Ga.
Craig Ford, '81
Alice Hirt & Jo Bearse Endowed Art Exhibition
Opening Reception: Nov. 3, 6 p.m.
Craig Ford, ’81, sees himself as a visual storyteller. The element of “visual storytelling” is key in the artwork he creates—big, vividly colored pieces that often include seemingly unrelated segments—yet soon becomes clear that he is not experimenting. He begins with a concept, then works on the composition.
Fall Senior Thesis Exhibition
Nov. 29-Dec. 11
Opening Reception: Nov. 29, 6 p.m.
This exhibition represents a culmination of artwork created by senior art majors graduating in Dec. 2016. This gifted group will showcase a diverse body of work, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, and many other mediums.
Jan. 9-Feb. 24
Opening Reception: Jan 9, 6 p.m.
Chris Coleman has traveled the world playing music. During his musical travels, he began sharing his adventures through the lens of a camera, often sharing with his fans. Coleman still yearned for more forms of artistic expression and began painting simple images that reflected his love of history and the Old West. His choice of medium is paper with black paint, brush and finger. Coleman creates powerful images that evoke strong emotions and a longing for what was or might have been.
Student Juried Art Exhibition
Opening Reception: March 2, 6 p.m.
This highly anticipated annual exhibition is open to all YHC students and showcases talent across many artistic mediums. Prizes will be awarded during the opening reception.
Spring Senior Thesis Exhibition
April 7-May 11
Opening Reception: April 7, 6 p.m.
This exhibition represents a culmination of artwork created by senior art majors graduating in May 2017. This gifted group will showcase a diverse body of work, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, and many other mediums.