The A.D. Gallery is pleased to present the student thesis exhibition Strange Wonders.
The show featuring six UNCP undergraduate art students will be on display at the A.D. Gallery at UNC Pembroke from November 21 through December 4. An opening reception from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, November 22.
Strange Wonders is a biological and sociological experience analyzing our relationships with other people and how we see the world. This group of students use several mediums and techniques, ranging from digital to ink to ceramic, and biomorphism to realism.
Amber Tyler-Elliot creates work combining entomology with printmaking and assemblage. Cali B Stuckley's work uses stamps to create geometric patterns that have to do with biomimicry. Shannon Bullard focuses on 2-D media, making pieces through digital painting. Brady Jacobs creates work such as miniatures and etchings using ceramic bodies and printmaking. April Atkinson creates animalistic sculptures using ceramics and glazes. Nicholas Fowler makes creatures using ceramics and acrylic paint to create interconnected scenes.
The A.D. gallery is located in Locklear Hall on the first floor. It is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. This exhibition is free and open to the public. The A.D. Gallery is supported through UNCP student activity fees.
For further information on the gallery, the exhibition, or the artists, please contact A.D. Gallery Director, Joseph Begnaud, at 910.521.6405 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.