UTSA graduates display sculptures at NLC

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1000 Series “Higherarchy” by Roberto Celis

1000 Series “Higherarchy” by Roberto Celis

Artwork includes furniture and Mountain Dew bottles.

By Ansley Lewis


Seven graduates from the art and art history department of the University of Texas at San Antonio will have sculptures on display Thursday through March 20 in the gallery in Room 132 of the performing arts building at Northeast Lakeview College.

The opening is 12:30 p.m.-2 p.m. Thursday.

The reception is free and open to the public, but those who want to see the exhibit after the opening will have to schedule an appointment, fine arts Instructor Carrol Champion-Price said Tuesday.

Construction 13: 100 Flags by Justin Kover

Construction 13: 100 Flags by Justin Kover

Fine arts Instructor Jasmyne Graybill said it is difficult to describe the exhibit.

“I think it would be much better if you looked at the artwork in person,” Graybill said. “Ninety-five percent of the work in the show is sculpture, and a lot of the work is mixed media.

“These artists use anything from construction materials to furniture, Mountain Dew bottles, to paint and foam. It’s really impossible to give you a description of the artwork in the show because it’s all so diverse.”

The artists will talk about their artwork starting at 12:50 p.m. at the reception.

Complimentary pizza and beverages will be served.

For more information and appointments, call Graybill at 210-486-5643 or Price-Champion at 210-486-5646.


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