The Ann Flack Boseman Gallery

2020-2021 Exhibitions

 

Exhibit Description 

What Remains Outside

Katey Morrill

Throughout each environment, there is a procession of horizontal planes that lead the viewer’s gaze back through each seascape, skyscape, and landscape. I am interested in abstracting observed color and light into shapes that construct the feeling of movement, luminosity, and a sense of atmosphere.  

In this time of social distance and containment, many are searching for a visual escape beyond their walls.  My paintings allow the viewer a visual retreat to remember what still remains outside in the distance.

Virtual Gallery Exhibit

Passing it On

Teaching, at its most basic, is a passing on of knowledge. Learning is the taking in of information, interpreting it, and applying it in new ways. Former and current students of Associate Professor Andi Steele, a 2020 Board of Governors’ Award for Excellence in Teaching recipient, epitomize the act of learning. This exhibition showcases their sculpture alongside work by Professor Steele, illustrating the base of knowledge she shared and the unique originality of their creativity.

Virtual Gallery Exhibit

Artists Featured:Andi Steele, Ally Favory, Meredith Connelly, Greg Hall, Josh Stallings, Jake Clewis, Kendyl Cosgrove
Maria Buchannan, Rachel Johanningsmeier, Jack Williams

The Ann Flack Boseman Scholarship Show: Ann Miller Finch

The Reach of Our Arms

Artist Statement: Throughout each environment, there is a procession of horizontal planes that lead the viewer’s gaze back through each seascape, skyscape, and landscape. I am interested in abstracting observed color and light into shapes that construct the feeling of movement, luminosity, and a sense of atmosphere.  

In this time of social distance and containment, many are searching for a visual escape beyond their walls.  My paintings allow the viewer a visual retreat to remember what still remains outside in the distance.

Virtual Gallery

Legacy of Protest in Wilmington

Dr. Sarah Gaby 

Halla Anderson

Connor Willis

Haley McCaul

Peyton Wingrove

Jeremy James

Pablo Arzaluz

 

Social movements like anti-racism, White Supremacy, environmental justice, and labor mobilization have a long history in Wilmington. The protests and uprisings associated with these movements certainly shaped the community and structured the Port City. These movements also shaped contemporary mobilization, but the connections are often unexplored. This exhibit will examine the historical and contemporary mobilization of social movements in Wilmington to understand their connections and the persistence of movement presence through time and space.