Biennial Lab Tech Exhibition
Heather Cornelius, Aaron Hartzell, Elizabeth Reeves and Devon Urquhart
- April 1 through May 5, 2020
- Artist Panel Discussion and Closing Reception: Tuesday, May 5, 2020, 12 - 1 p.m.
Expertize and guidance shared with students by the Fine Art Division lab techs are second to none in a studio setting. Along with keeping our studios in top condition, lab tech mentorship and technical knowledge contributes to student learning about their own techniques and processes. This biennial exhibition pays homage to our lab techs as diverse artists in their own right. Help us celebrate the work of Heather Cornelius, Aaron Hartzell, Elizabeth Reeves and Devon Urquhart.
Heather Cornelius, Undine, Ceramic
Aaron Hartzell, The Multiverse, Digital photography
Devon Urquhart, Lung Crystal Bolo Tie, Wearables Art, original drawing and crystals
Devon Urquhart, Brain Library, Original drawing, hand sculpted figures and landscape
Devon Urquhart, Untitled Bolo Tie, Miniature landscapes
|Monday - Friday*|
|7 a.m. - 4 p.m.|
|Saturday - Sunday|
|* Closed Fridays during Summer quarter|
If you have any questions about ongoing or upcoming art exhibitions in the Helen S. Smith Gallery, please contact the gallery director:
- Sarah Dillon Gilmartin
253-833-9111, ext. 4213
Call to artists
Helen S. Smith Gallery on the Green River College Campus is currently requesting submissions for a themed summer group exhibition. Artists will be selected by invitation and from submissions. The overarching theme is "Summer Memories" with a more specific concept being curated from proposed work. Emerging and established Northwest artists are encouraged to apply.
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