THIBODAUX, La. — The Nicholls Ameen Art Gallery invites you to view a variety of still life paintings by artists who have exhibited around the world.
“Thinking Through Things: A Still Life Painting Invitational” will be open Feb. 10 to March 6. The exhibition showcases a variety of approaches to contemporary still life paintings.
Joseph Holsapple, associate professor of painting and drawing, is curating the gallery.
The gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
Participating artists include:
- Joe Morzuch, a Mississippi State University professor who actively exhibits his work nationwide;
- Neil Callander, a University of Arkansas professor of painting;
- Erin Raedeke, whose work was recently exhibited in the Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio;
- Sara Pedigo, whose work can be found at the Drawing Room in Cos Cob, Connecticut;
- Edmond Praybe, whose work is displayed in First Street Gallery in New York and Y Art in Baltimore;
- Amy Scherer, an artist from the Seattle area;
- Christina Renfer Vogel, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga professor;
- Samantha Haring, an instructor at the University of Cincinnati;
- Aubrey Levinthal, whose work was recently exhibited in The Painting Center in New York;
- Tim Kennedy, whose paintings are displayed in First Street Gallery in New York;
- Eve Mansdorf, an associate professor at Indiana University who shows at Gallery Henoch in New York;
- Philip R. Jackson, University of Mississippi painting department head;
- Tom Walton, Southeastern Louisiana instructor;
- Holsapple, whose work was recently exhibited in the Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio.
For more information, contact the Department of Art at 448-4597, or Teresa Shannon, exhibitions coordinator at email@example.com or 448-4595.
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