Faculty Colloquium - Prof. Kathy Hoffman: Stieglitz: A Legacy of Light
Friday, April 1, 2:30 p.m., NHIOP Auditorium
“ LOOKING: Figurative Paintings”By Kimberly Kersey Asbury
Daniels Room at the Hancock Public Library
Monday, April 4th through Wednesday, May 12th
Trip from Saint Anselm Saturday April 9
Artist reception will be held Saturday, April 30th, 11am-1pm
Kimberly Kersey Asbury’ s figurative work with highlights taken from various
series. Subjects include safari-goers in Africa, recent portraits of her children and
large-scale figurative examples from her Room Series.
The show opens to the public Monday, April 4th, running through Wednesday,
May 12th. An artist reception will be held Saturday, April 30th, 11am-1pm.
painting and printmaking. Kersey Asbury received a BFA in Painting from the Kansas City Art Institute, an MFA in Painting, Boston University College of Fine Arts and attended The Graduate Institute at Saint John’ s College as well as the Vermont Studio Center. She received a Fulbright Research Grant for painting in Botswana in 1998. She has shown in New Hampshire, Boston, NYC, Morocco, Botswana and the Mid-West. She resides in Greenfield, NH with her husband and two children.
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or go to: www.kimberlykerseyasbury.com
Photos from Fine Arts New York City Trip (Complete Albums)
Complete Albums of the Individual Locations:
I love Organic Chemistry.
The Shape of Diversity Community Mural Project is working its way to its conclusion this week and we need your contribution. Finish and contribute your image. You can complete it and bring it with you on Saturday.
This image by Jenna Jarosz
We will be looking over the images people have contributed on Saturday and choosing those to be incorporated into the final mural. Make sure your image of what is important about our life as a community is seen and becomes part of our record of the project. The schedule of events this weekend is below along with the links to RSVP on Facebook.
If you've signed up for times to help this weekend don't forget to also complete an image and bring it with you.
Student Work from the Fall 2010 Printmaking Class
Student Work from the Fall 2010 Illustration Class
Student Work from the Fall 2010 Drawing Class
A sampling of Sketchbooks from Fall 2010
Sarah Burns '10 (Economics) is currently studying Studio Art at Brandeis University's Post-Baccaleureate Program.
This artist's sketchbook is just lovely! Thought those who are trying their hand at drawing might enjoy.
New Art Theatre in "Oedipus Rex"
New Art Theatre, a professional company dedicated to the performance of classical and innovative works, re-stages their critically acclaimed production of Oedipus Rex. The clarity and beauty of this contemporary translation by poet Stephen Berg and classicist Diskin Clay combines with New Art Theatre's dynamic array of visual and musical design techniques to capture the timeless power of Sophoclean drama for present day audiences in this greatest of all Greek tragedies, Oedipus the King.
Thursday, October 28 · 6:00pm - 7:00pm
|Location||Alva deMars Megan Chapel Art Center, Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive
"Perfect From Now On" - is a Fine Arts Lecture Series Event, a collaboration of the Saint Anselm College Fine Arts Department and Alva deMars Megan Chapel Art Center.
Artist Christopher Mir will give a talk about his paintings, his working process and influences, as well as the psychological and philosophical intentions in the work.
"Christopher Mir's paintings present a world populated by mythic figures, creatures, machines, and fragments of ambiguous forms. These elements are often positioned within idealized landscapes in dream-like circumstances. Mir’s paintings invite us to experience a series of paradoxical relationships and unsettling juxtapositions. His figures and landscapes are drawn from specific sources yet remain anonymous; his painting style is relatively tight and refined, but his works are emotionally evocative and resonant. Mir’s narratives are equally complex and replete with provocative dichotomies such as, the mystical versus the physical, the spiritual versus the secular, and the primal versus the futuristic."
-- from an essay by Joanna Marsh, curator, The Smithsonian
for more info:
CHANGE OF DATE!
The 3rd Workshop (moved to Tuesday, December 7th @4-6pm) will focus on Sketching from Life and will include a Model. This will be co-run by Will Suglia and Lauren Miller.
Back by popular demand, we will have a number of printmaking, sewing, screenprinting and image transfer stations set up for one last chance for those of you who haven't tried your hand as of yet!
It's just around lunch time, so we'll have some refreshments on hand and it'd be great if anyone would like to bring additional snacks, drinks, tunes.