CALL For Art
Demographically Speaking, a Figurative Exhibition at Lexington Art League
Curated by Daniel Pfalzgraf, of the Carnegie Center for Art & History in New Albany, IN.
Deadline for submissions: December 9, 2016
Interested artists, please download Demographically Speaking Call For Art for details, and complete the Artist Submission Survey (.docx or .pdf)
While representations of the figure are at the forefront of this exhibition, Pfalzgraf lends a unique perspective to this exhibition by also requiring that artists complete a survey to accompany their work that focuses on diversity. The Lexington Art League’s mission is to reflect diversity and inclusion in all of their exhibitions and intends that this exhibition will reflect the vibrance of its community through the inclusion of works that speak to a diverse audience.
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"My Art has always been about personal expression with multiple levels of communication. The right material and image in the right context says the right thing. It is all about connecting to the viewer in a visual conversation."
Jeremy Colbert has instructed art at various universities, including Florida State University, Springhill College, the University of South Alabama, and the University of Kentucky, where he is currently employed as a Facilities Specialist, managing the sculpture and ceramics department facilities. He has also taught Beginning Metalworking, Blacksmithing, & Metal Casting classes to community participants.
Colbert - "Through the years I have challenged myself to explore many ways of producing my art and to discover more about the psychology in the work itself. My art develops from concepts, improvisation, and events, that use subjects such as, memories, stories, and Native American culture that have all become more prominent in the work."
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