View the new exhibitions brightening this premier UT-based visual arts space here in the fall of 2018: "Lan Tuazon: In the Land of Real Shadows," "Exploring the Arctic Ocean," "Like the Lonely Traveler: Video Works by María Magdalena Campos-Pons," "Another Green World," and "Sit: Designs by Charles and Ray Eames."
Nola Parker, a self-taught artist from Vermont, paints "those places where we have made ourselves known amid the wilderness." Well, yes – but, also? She does it so well, rendering such color-saturated beauty, that it almost makes you want to cry.
Western Whiskey Wednesday: This Stewart-Mann collaboration combines elements of noir with classic Western storytelling. Stewart plays a man with a double mission: to avenge his father's death and get back his stolen rifle.
In this new show by Tammie Rubin, "the wispy tendrils of ball moss serve as a signifier of gathering chaos, conclave connections, concentrated confusion, a labyrinth of values, and growing will. Sculptures are constructed of knots and tangles of twine and rope, embedded with steel wool and cotton, and armatures of wire."