Pictured above: Minnie Adkins (American, b. 1934) and Greg Adkins (American, b. 1975), Large Red Fox, 2009. Painted Wood
We still have a few dates available for docent-led tours of “All Creatures Great and Small”! Book your tour now to learn more about this special exhibition from the Georgia Museum of Art’s Permanent Collection and the Collection of Carl and Marian Mullis. The exhibit features works depicting animals by notable self-taught artists including R. A. Miller, Mose Tolliver, and Lonnie Holley. Tours are offered to adult groups of ten or more on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10:30 through December 4th. Tours must be reserved at least two weeks in advance. For more information or to reserve your tour, please contact Allison Lauricella at (770) 534-6263 or at email@example.com.
On Sunday, November 9th, Brenau students, faculty, staff and friends gathered to celebrate the opening of the 2nd Annual Student Art and Design Exhibition at the High Museum of Art. The exhibition, on display in the Greene Family Education Center November 4th-December 7th, showcases over 70 works created by Brenau Students. From interior design renderings and banners to ceramics, paintings, and mixed media works, the exhibit offers a glimpse into the incredible talents of our students.
Courtney Orme, an Interior Design Professional, and Didi Dunphy, Director of the Lyndon House Art Center in Athens, served as the adjudicators for the exhibit.
2014 Juried Student Art and Design Exhibition Winners Honorable Mentions: Margaret Shippey, “Untitled” Akitee Lewis-White, “Counter Point” Alaina Troha, ” Digging by The Divide Album Cover Design” Adriana Acosta, “Oro Azuloso” Karis Williams, “Order and Chaos”
1st Place- Tiffany Hale Carter, “Chairs” 2nd Place- Yanyu Wang, “Hand Rendering for Daycare Center” 3rd Place- Samantha Britt “Figure/Ground Reversal”
Best of Show- Alaina Troha, ” Thank You”