Associate Professor Tom Driscoll’s art work is about personal insights gained from living and making art. During a recent sabbatical leave, he explored new ideas, forms and types of spaces. The tangible results of that exploration will be exhibited at PSU’s Karl Drerup Art Gallery March 28 – April 7, beginning with an opening reception from 4 – 6 p.m. March 28.
Driscoll said this body of work represents a period of artistic growth and evolution. “My journey as an artist is one of self-discovery; with each new piece I gain a little more insight into who I am and what I believe,” he said.
“There are many experiments with surface, with light and with relationships between forms contained within the layers of paint. I have faith that maintaining a sense of play, awareness of what is happening in front of me, and openness to possibilities will lead me to the next level of my development.”
As a working artist, Driscoll has participated in numerous refereed, nonrefereed and one-person exhibitions and has served as a juror for Lakes Region High School, the Laconia Art Association and Plymouth Friends of the Arts.
In addition to teaching at PSU, Driscoll has taught at Colby-Sawyer College in New London, White Mountain School in Littleton, and Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Plymouth State University and a Master of Fine Arts at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan. He is represented by the McGowan Fine Art Gallery in Concord.
Taming the Night acrylic and graphite on canvas, 2006.
For information call the Karl Drerup Art Gallery at (603) 535-2614 or logon to www.plymouth.edu/gallery.