3 R Done
On View: December 2 through December 15, 2017
Reception: Saturday, December 2, 1:00-2:30pm
Participating Artists: Ashley Berdeau M.A., Kyle Harding M.A., and Scotty Thompson M.A.
The A.D. Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition ofthe work of three students graduating from UNCP in show entitled 3 R Done . The
show is representative of the artists’ best and most recent work from their graduate college career. Interpretations of the theme by each artist uses a variety of media, subjects, and approaches.
“3” represents the three graduate students that will be graduating in Spring 2018, who are all public school visual art teachers.
Ashley Berdeau, teaches art and journalism at St. Pauls High School in Robeson County. Her work uses acrylic paint and spray paint through a layering method. Using this systematic process to create the body of work shows the her fascination with the layering process, while implementing color theory. Ashley explores layering paint overpatterned backgrounds with the inspiration of fabric and wallpaper.
Kyle Harding teaches art at Pine Forest High School in Cumberland County. Her paintings use acrylic paint on canvas, and created sketches horses. Through her experimentation, she used different colors and textures in the backgrounds with the horse sketches on top. Kyle worked with different color palettes and movements of the horse, to see which created a certain feeling or mood to the overall piece.
Scotty Thompson teaches art at Lumberton High School in Robeson County, and is an adjunct instructor at Robeson Community College in the College and Career Readiness Department. His work is a manipulation of found objects and multiple layers of pigment and recycled fabrics creating interesting textures. He focuses on developing works that capture the presence of place by way of color theory and mark making on non-representational forms.
For further information on the gallery, the exhibition, or the artist, please contact A.D. Gallery Director, Joseph Begnaud, at (910) 521-6405 or email email@example.com.
This exhibition is free and open to the public. The A.D. Gallery is supported through University of North Carolina at Pembroke student activity fees. UNC Pembroke is committed to having an accessible campus for individuals with disabilities. To request information regarding accessibility or for an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) please contact A.D. Gallery Director, Joseph Begnaud, at (910) 521-6405 or email firstname.lastname@example.org at least 5 business days prior to the event. A good faith effort will be made to provide accommodations for requests made less than 5 business days in advance.