Art and Art History

Reception in the CAB Gallery

CAB ART GALLERY

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Fall 2017

SYNERGY: PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS
BY SERGEJ ANDREEVSKI & GLIGOR CERMERSKI
August 31–September 29

SERGEJ ANDREEVSKI: Woman with Flowers

Thursday, August 31

Opening Reception: 5:30–7:00 p.m.
UNCW CULTURAL ARTS GALLERY

Gligor Cermerski, and Sergej Andreevski played key roles in the evolution of No Boundaries International Art Colony founded in 1998 by artists Gayle Tustin, Dick Roberts and Pam Toll. The exhibition celebrates No Boundaries International Art Colony’s impassioned relationship with key artists of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.


ART FROM THE EGG: FIVE TEMPERA PAINTERS
October 12–November 10

FRED WESSEL: Modesty

Thursday, October 12
Opening Reception: 5:30–7:00 p.m.

UNCW CULTURAL ARTS GALLERY

Clarity of form and luminous translucent color are hallmarks of the egg tempera medium, which enjoyed its golden era during the early Renaissance. A relatively small number of contemporary artists still employ this venerable technique, typically in small, jewel-like figurative images. Our exhibit includes work by well-known tempera painters Michael Bergt, Koo Schadler, Fred Wessel, and the tandem of Scherer and Ouporov. 


FALL SENIOR EXHIBITION
November 16–December 9

Thursday, November 16
Opening Reception: 5:30–7 p.m.

UNCW CULTURAL ARTS GALLERY

The Senior Exhibition is the culmination of study in studio art. The exhibition is
juried by the studio art faculty and mounted by graduating seniors. It is the
capstone event for studio art majors.


Spring 2018

SHANNON BOURNE: AMERICAN STORIES
January 11–February 23

SHANNON BOURNE: No Justice, No Peace

Thursday, January 11
Opening Reception: 5:30–7 p.m.
UNCW CULTURAL ARTS GALLERY

The Department’s newest faculty member is a versatile artist whose work spans film, graphic design, printmaking, and ceramics. This exhibit features work in a variety of techniques, including innovative art that bridges the boundary between printmaking and ceramics. 


HERB JACKSON: VERONICA'S VEILS
MARCH 1–28

HERB JACKSON: Veronica's Veil C

Thursday, March 1
Opening Reception: 5:30–7:00 p.m.
UNCW CULTURAL ARTS GALLERY

One of North Carolina’s most honored artists, Herb Jackson has been engaged for nearly forty years in the series of paintings titled “Veronica’s Veils.” All the paintings are 60 x 48 inches, and are built up in many layers of acrylic mixed with pumice, which are scraped off as they are being applied. The final outcome is the result of a process of discovery similar to the life experience itself.  We will display a selection of works chosen from over 240 paintings produced in the suite thus far.


SPRING SENIOR EXHIBITION
April 12–May 5

Thursday, April 12
Reception: 5:30–7 p.m.


The Senior Exhibition is the culmination of study in studio art. The exhibition is
juried by the studio art faculty and mounted by graduating seniors. It is the
capstone event for studio art majors.




CAB ART GALLERY LOCATION

The Art Gallery is located on the ground floor of the Cultural Arts Building, near the building’s main entrance. The Cultural Arts Building is located on the corner of Randall Parkway and Reynolds Drive on the UNCW campus. To access either from South College Road or Racine Drive, take a left as you enter the campus area onto Randall Parkway. There is visitor parking directly in front of the Box Office entrance to the building.

THE MEZZANINE GALLERY at the CULTURAL ARTS BUILDING

hosts student solo, group, and curated exhibits. Students are eligible to submit exhibition proposals accompanied by a student lecture, which are vetted by the faculty. Faculty members also organize student exhibitions in the space. All exhibitions and lectures are free and open to the public.

The Mezzanine Gallery is located on the second floor of the Cultural Arts Building. The Cultural Arts Building is located on the corner of Randall Parkway and Reynolds Drive on the UNCW campus. To access either from South College Road or Racine Drive, take a left as you enter the campus area onto Randall Parkway. There is visitor parking directly in front of the Box Office entrance to the building.