Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Senior Exhibit 1 - Ayers/Kutch - Brown bag lecture 12/17 at noon

Duality by Kim Kutch

article written by Kenneth Brisendine from the JTAC, see original here
From April 15 through May 8, the gallery in the Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center will be hosting Tarleton State University’s senior artists. 8 graduates will be presenting their work to qualify for the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree this year, and the senior exhibition will split into four separate exhibitions to allow all the graduates room to show off their work.
From April 15 through April 18 the gallery will be displaying work by Ashley Ayers and Kim Kutch. There will be an artist’s reception on the17th from 4-6pm. A brown bag lecture where the artists will discuss their work is April 17th at noon.  
Zooey by Ashley Ayers
Ayers is a BFA with digital media emphasis candidate whose media of choice is photography. Her show will consist of children’s photography. “In my photographs I’m trying to portray the beauty of life and the joy that little ones bring to us. Take a trip down memory lane for a minute and remind yourself of all the good times from when you were young,” said Ayers.
Kutch is also a BFA with digital media emphasis candidate, who’s work combines photography and sculpture. Her show will focus on two of her concentrations; night photography and macro photography. “For my night photography I have taken many pictures of the Milky Way, stars, the moon sunsets and some character work involving people,” said Kutch of her work. “I love doing night photography because I feel like my imagination can run wild when I frame the shot.”