Zachary Tate Porter’s first solo exhibition, Groundwork: Tracings, Excavations, and Burials, opened on Monday and is on view through November 1. A trained architect, this talented young artist has created a body of work related to the intersection of humanity and ground. In paintings and collages coated with resin, large canvases, and small wooden boxes housing artifacts, Porter portrays mappings and investigations of imagined landscapes with finesse.
Learn more about Porter’s work and career at his artist lecture on October 17 in Pease Auditorium at noon.
Zachary Tate Porter’s Opening Reception was last Monday in Pease Gallery. Thanks to all who joined us in celebrating this young artist’s very first solo exhibition.
Please join us on October 17 at noon in Pease Auditorium for an artist lecture.
The CPCC Galleries welcomed about 100 visitors to Tate Hall today to hear Janet Williams talk about her career, past bodies of work, and Topography of Touch, the series now on view in Ross Gallery. All who attended would agree she is a very strong, creative woman who has had an impressive life.
Janet Williams: A Topography of Touch is on view through September 26.
Thanks to all who joined us at the opening reception for Janet Williams: A Topography of Touch.
Janet’s artist lecture is at 2 pm this Monday in Tate Hall. Come to learn more about Janet’s career as an artist and this body of work.