Art faculty duo presents exhibition of photographs, paintings, sculptures
Now through Friday, April 4, Alfred University (AU) Freshman Foundation program faculty members Ted Morgan and Angie To are exhibiting a series of photographs, paintings, and sculptures in a display titled “Signs of Life” in the Fosdick Nelson Gallery, Harder Hall. The exhibit is open to the public.
Morgan, who is marking his 35th year of teaching in the AU School of Art and Design, is exhibiting photographs. Throughout the years Morgan has posted exhibits at Jamestown Community College, Olean; The Village Gate Art Center, Rochester; The Community College of the Finger Lakes, Canandaigua; the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; Palazzo Vagnotti, Cortona, Italy; the University of Georgia; Everson Biennial at the Everson Art Gallery, Syracuse; the Cleveland Museum of Art Annual May Show; and The Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester.
To is displaying paintings and sculptures. She has previously shown her work at the Ohio Art League, Columbus; The Truck Gallery and the Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Canada; and the Archetype Gallery, Dayton, Ohio; Cithy Arts Venue, Springfield, IL; and the Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio.
The Fosdick-Nelson Gallery is a learning center for the visual arts. Rotating exhibitions highlight work by established and emerging artists working in New York, the United States and abroad. Extended programming, including gallery lectures and special projects, gives students and members of the community an opportunity to engage with artists, curators, and scholars.
Gallery hours are 11a.m.-4p.m. Monday through Friday and 1-3 p.m. weekends.
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