Digital artwork created by Dr. Windy Wang

Fine Arts Gallery features faculty artwork

The University of Tennessee at Martin Fine Arts Gallery is currently hosting an exhibit titled “Made in Quarantine,” which features artwork made by faculty members in the Department of Visual and Theatre Arts who found creative inspiration even through the pandemic.

Gallery visitors can see artwork such as ceramics, fibers, paintings, graphic design creations and digital projections by faculty artists David McBeth, Donna McBeth, Sarah Haig, Michelle Williams, Jason Stout, Lane Last and Dr. Windy Wang. To hear each artist discuss their creations, visit the UT Martin Department of Visual and Theatre Arts Facebook to watch the archived opening night celebration.

The “Made in Quarantine” exhibit runs until Nov. 13, and the Fine Arts Gallery is open to the public from 1 – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. Masks are required in the gallery.

For more information, contact Dr. Carol Eckert, chair of visual and theatre arts, at 731-881-7897.


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