A cyanotype by Siobhan Byrns is included in PHOTO ’16, a national exhibition at the Multiple Exposures Gallery in Alexandria, Virginia, from October 18 to November 27. LC alumni are invited to join Byrns for the artist reception at the gallery on October 29 from 2 to 4 p.m. During that reception, Sam Abell, a photographer of National Geographic fame, will give a talk and present awards.
The Daura Gallery is hosting “Mindful: Exploring Mental Health Through Art,” an exhibition by the Society for Contemporary Craft, until December 10. The exhibition features 30 works that depict the experience of mental illness.
As a senior in high school, Natalie Ledonne ’18 got her first real camera to document a family trip to the North Carolina Zoo. After two years of sharpening her photography skills at University of Lynchburg, she has returned to her roots of zoo photography. This summer, she is a photography intern at the Minnesota […]
The life-size portrait bust of Thomas Jefferson captures the third president’s selflessness and devotion to public service. “It was my intent to show him as a visionary, to make him seem very purposeful, to show his strength of character and his strength of purpose in giving himself totally to the nation and to the state of Virginia.”
Jacob Laverty ’16 won a recent social media contest by designing a new Facebook cover photo for the Pittsburgh Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen.
“India,” an exhibition of photographs by Steve Coates, an adjunct photography professor at University of Lynchburg, will open at the Academy of Fine Arts on Friday, November 6. The show includes 28 photographs from Coates’ winter 2014 journey to India. It continues a series of travel-related exhibitions documenting empires around the world. “I like to […]
Pierre Daura (1896 – 1976): Picturing Attachments, the first exhibition focusing on the way the artist’s family inspired his art, will be on view in the Daura Gallery at Lynchburg College from June 8 through July 31. The curator will speak at the Daura Gallery’s annual dinner June 11.
Lynchburg College students and faculty in art, music, and theatre collaborated to turn two pianos into works of art for Keys for the Hill City, a public art project that positions pianos throughout downtown Lynchburg.
Anonymous Women: Draped is one of four new exhibits at the Daura Gallery.
Check this interview with photographer Patty Carroll in The Burg.
Anonymous Women: Draped
At first sight Patty Carroll’s faceless portraits appear to be a colorful variation on the themes of role-plays and domestic decor, literally enveloping the subjects in a never ending flow of patterned textiles.
The 2014 Senior Thesis Art Exhibition & Annual Student Art Show featuring works of Lynchburg College studio art and graphic design students will be in the Daura Gallery through May 16.