posted on September 03, 2013 16:45
The University of Mobile's new art gallery is hosting “Neutral,” part of the 1X4: Analogy art exhibition taking place at four venues in Mobile now through Sept. 20. A reception is set for Sept. 19.
The exhibition focuses on four color themes: “Neutral” at University of Mobile, “Green” at Alabama School of Math and Science, “Yellow” at Spring Hill College, and “Blue” at University of South Alabama. The exhibition is organized by local art professor Wanda Sullivan.
Each school will hold individual receptions, with the final reception at the University of Mobile on Thursday, Sept. 19, from 6-8 p.m. in the new Ben May College of Arts & Sciences building. This is the first exhibit to be held in the new gallery.
“Neutral” will feature works by local artists and art professors including University of Mobile graduate April Livingston, Pieter Favier, Margo Andrews, Kate Seawell, Lucy Gafford, Margarita Skiadas, Stephen Savage, Rene Culler, Devlin Wilson, Grant Benoit, Anna Cavnar, Charles Smith, Leigh Brown, Megan Gulland and Jami Buck.
For more information, contact Phillip Counselman, associate professor of art, at 251.442.2280 or email@example.com
About the University of Mobile:
The University of Mobile is a Christian university located in Mobile, Ala., on an 880-acre campus near Gulf Coast beaches. More than 1,600 students are enrolled in more than 40 undergraduate and graduate programs in the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Christian Leadership, School of Business, School of Christian Ministries, School of Education, School of Nursing, School of Worship Leadership, Center for Performing Arts/School of Music and Center for Adult Programs.
For more information about the University of Mobile, visit the website at www.umobile.edu or call Enrollment Services at 1.800.WIN.RAMS or 251.442.2222.
"Day's End - Dauphin Island Regatta" is an acrylic on panel by Devlin Wilson on
display at the University of Mobile art gallery in the Ben May Building.
"Silence" is a black and white digital print by Leigh Brown