Saturday, March 8
RDMT 121, Dandini Campus
Monday, March 10
MDWS 303, Meadowood Center
Posted: Jan 22, 2014
Transfigured Francis Bacon, by Kim Fields
The TMCC Art Galleries will show five spring exhibitions from Feb. 3 through March 13 throughout TMCC’s various campus locations.
An opening art reception will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 5, from 5-7 p.m. at TMCC’s Dandini Campus, 7000 Dandini Blvd., Red Mountain Building, V. James Eardley Student Center.
Spring exhibitions will include:
“Art That Moves Us” curated by T.W. Landis and Scottie Lockrem, TMCC Main Art Gallery
T.W. Landis and Scottie Lockrem have organized an exhibit that explores the design of automobiles, tools of the trade and symbols of motion in our environment. We surround ourselves in the expression of many artists as we go to work, go on vacation or just go on a trip. The art? Automobiles, motorcycles and the things that surround us as we enjoy our personal transportation. Because of how deeply we are surrounded with these items, sometimes they become invisible to us. The goal of this exhibit is to encourage people to see what they are looking at and to have a deeper appreciation for the aesthetics of the everyday.
“Transfigurations” by Kim Fields, Red Mountain Gallery
Kim Fields is an artist and art educator who currently resides in Reno, Nevada. She received her BFA from the University of Georgia's Lamar Dodd College of Art. Kim’s primary artistic medium is oil painting, and her work is influenced by various, historical schools of painting. Her paintings make use of an extraordinarily rich color palette, and unconventional formal elements, that are combined to create a post-modern interpretation of the depicted subject matter.
“New Works” by Doreen Mortenson, Red Mountain Student Gallery
Doreen Mortenson is currently a student at Truckee Meadows Community College working towards her Associate in Fine Arts degree. Her sculpture Timecard Chaos won two awards in the TMCC 2013 student art show. She enjoys working in several different mediums, such as sculpture, painting, drawing, and printmaking. Social and environmental issues inform her art and she hopes to bring public awareness to these important topics through her art.
“Flora Bella” by Trish Reynolds, Erik Lauritzen Gallery
Eureka, Nevada photographer Trish Reynolds’s passion for flowers began as a young girl in the garden and on the trail with her mom. “The textures, color combinations, and forms of flowers invite me to come closer. Peering into their depths is what motivates me to capture Mother Nature’s finest work and to share it with the rest of the world.” Trish, a member of the “Wild Women Artists” is a self-taught photographer and apprenticed with a master photographer in Portland, Oregon and went on to become a producer working for Nike, VISA, Microsoft and a host of other national and international clients. She is also an Oregon State University Master Gardener.
“The Journey Home” by William L. Johnson, Atrium Gallery
A native of western Nevada, William L. Johnson is currently progressing towards a BFA in painting with a minor in Creative Writing and Foreign Affairs at the University of Nevada, Reno. He received an Associate of Arts degree in Fine Art with minor studies in engineering and landscape design from TMCC in 2012, which accompanies his Degree in Business Administration from Morrison University. He has just returned from a nine month overseas USAC study abroad program at the Universit`a degli Studia della Tuscia in Viterbo, Italy where his main studies were in Art, Art History, Environmental Geology and International Relations.
For more information, please call TMCC Art Galleries at 775-674-7698.
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