The UW-Green Bay Lawton Gallery will present its next show, “Unnatural Selection: Faculty Exhibition,” Thursday, Feb. 6-Thursday, Feb. 27 at the gallery in Theatre Hall on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive.
The exhibition will kick off with an opening reception from 4-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6, including brief artists’ remarks presented at 5 p.m. This first Lawton show of the spring 2014 semester features six current UW-Green Bay Art faculty members presenting their works in a variety of media, including textiles, jewelry, metals, printmaking and sculpture. The artists will present brief talks about the works on display and encourage dialogue from the gallery’s visitors.
A synopsis of the show’s exhibitors and works is as follows:
— Donald Krumpos and Johanna Winters, both temporary associate lecturers on campus, will show their individual printmaking works and exhibit a series on which they collaborated together.
— Barbara Gossen, an associate lecturer, will show two metal work pieces that are Pitcher plants.
— Alison Stehlik, an assistant professor, will exhibit “Hometown,” her 10-foot-wide installation consisting of a large series of interlocked houses in a variety of colors and shapes.
— Alison Gates, an associate professor, will show three large and altered tapestries.
— Jennifer Mokren, an associate professor, will be exhibiting jewelry works.
Located in Room 230 of Theatre Hall, the Lawton Gallery is open from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday during fall and spring semesters. All gallery events are free and open to the public.