Friday, Janurary 6: 5:30 pm
Free to Public
Come/Apart is a powerful exhibition featuring oversized, intensely colored nudes. The figures are often drawn across several sheets of paper collaged together into sprawling, irregularly shaped works of art, some measuring up to 10 feet in width. A master at depicting the human form, Fremaux captures her subjects in intimate postures and situations. “My drawings examine the face-to-face, wherein the closeness and remoteness of the other are acutely felt.” Come/Apart is a contemporary approach to the traditional, academic practice of figure drawing.
Ghislaine Fremaux (b. 1986, Washington, DC) is Assistant Professor of Art in the discipline of Painting at Texas Tech University. She holds her MFA from the Pennsylvania State University, conferred in 2012, and her BFA from Tufts University with SMFA, Boston. Her work has notably shown in the Nicaraguan Biennial 2014, the 2014 Biennial of the Central American Isthmus, and numerous juried exhibitions nationwide
Saturday, March 5: 11-12noon
Free To Public
Sandy Tramel, born in Baltimore Maryland, has lived in Houston, Texas since 1988. Tramel has exhibited her work in numerous competitions and curated exhibitions all over the US, including several solo exhibtions in Houston. “Trophies for Girlhood” is a series of sculptures constructed from found objects, glue, acrylic and gel medium so thick it looks like melting wax. Found objects like tchotchkes, serving dishes and other doodads are arranged into objects that carry a much deeper message.
Saturday, February 6: 10-11am
Free To Public
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to get up and close with Vaughn and his work. Vaughn will walk participants through the K Space Contemporary gallery sharing why he chose this particular subject matter and the process of his work.
Wascovich has participated in more than one hundred exhibitions, including the inaugural exhibition at Transformer Station in 2013, and has won multiple awards for his fine art photography. He won the prestigious Imagemaker Award from the Society of Photographic Educators (2009), the H.M. Lafferty Award for Scholarship and Creative Activity (2013), and the Provost Award for Research and Creative Activity at Texas A&M University (2010). His research interests include man’s relationship to the environment, compromised landscapes, environmental issues and the politics of indigenous peoples.
For more information contact:
Cheryl Votzmeyer – Education Coordinator