Artists Exhibit Varied Views of Seeing the World at SUUJanuary 24, 2007
The Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery is pleased to present Ways of Seeing: Work of Jeffrey Abt, Richard Hardin, & Jim Jones from Thursday, February 1st through Friday, February 9th. Ways of Seeing will feature works in many mediums by the talented artists.
Jeffrey Abt is a painter and draftsman who is a member of Who's Who in American Art and an Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History at Wayne State University. His work features many archeological subjects as well as interior building images.
Richard Hardin is a sculptor and painter whose sculpture is realistic and usually depicts simplified human or animal figures. His work has recently been exhibited at the Worthington Gallery in Springdale, Utah and in the Religious and Spiritual Exhibition at the Springville Museum of Art in Springville, Utah.
Jim Jones is a master landscape painter who captures the essence of southern Utah landscapes through his paintings. “Jim Floyd Jones of Cedar City and Springdale, Utah, is a broadly realistic painter of southern Utah landscapes. His work conveys a powerful sense of grandeur in a tonalist-abstracted sense. He is one of the most significant talents in Utah art today."- Artists of Utah by Olpin, Seifrit and Swanson.
The public is invited to the Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery for Art Insights and an opening reception in honor of the exhibit on February 1st at 7 p.m. Admission is free.
The Braithwaite Gallery offers the campus and community an exceptional venue for well known internationally touring exhibitions as well as work by our students, faculty, and artists of Utah. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 12 noon to 7 p.m. The Braithwaite Gallery is located on the ground floor in the Braithwaite Liberal Arts Center on the east end of the beautiful SUU campus. Admission is free. For more information contact the Gallery at 435-586-5432 or visit our website www.suu.edu/pva/artgallery
The Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery is supported in part by the Utah Arts Council, with funding from the State of Utah and the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.