Online/ Museum of the White Mountains, Main Gallery
Launched September 1.
Highlighting new and recent work by PSU Art faculty members, this exhibit introduces the campus and community to the innovative explorations going on in faculty studios. The exhibit shines a light on the current and exceptional art being made by PSU Art Faculty members.
This exhibition is installed in the Main Gallery of the MWM building and can be visited in person by Plymouth State University students, faculty & staff with a valid PSU ID, Monday – Friday between 9am and 5pm, September 1 through October 8.
Exhibition Guide (pdf)
Seeing, Making & Using Brown Lesson Plan (pdf)
Old Materials, New Maps Lesson Plan (pdf)
Exhibition-Inspired Art Lesson Plan (pdf)
Artists featured in this exhibition (click name to jump to artist)
This acrylic painting was done from a memory of growing up on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico in Alabama. Our family had a beach house located on a peninsula between fresh water from two creeks and a bay of brackish water that led out into the Gulf. We had an old boathouse on the creek side and spent many a day around that structure swimming, boating, and fishing. This image evolved to synthesize fragments of vision experienced over a long period of time of my moving through that interior space. I can even “hear” the soundtrack as I look at this painting.