Crafting a Legacy Part II: Artwork of CUA Alums Pat Goslee, Emily Greene Liddle, Candace Masters and Regina Miele

Alumni Show flyerThe Catholic University of America Department of Art is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition “ Crafting A Legacy” Part II. This is the second part of a continuing series featuring the art of CUA Art Department alumni.

Part II features the paintings of four CUA alumni artists: Pat Goslee, Emily Greene Liddle, Regina Miele and Candace Masters.  Pat Goslee paints allusive abstractions that feature intense, dynamic color with bravura brushwork. The artist states that these paintings “arise from a sense of disorientation during a time of change.”

The Pop/Surrealist paintings of Emily Greene Liddle explore the genre of traditional still life subject matter that is tormented by a pervasive dark humor.

Regina Miele is a painter of exceptional technical virtuosity. Her paintings present a masterful execution of the medium in her narrative figurative works and her landscapes that focus on a prescient moment in the ever changing landscape.

Candace Masters explores notions of identity through portraits and symbolic narrative painting.

Figurative Sculpture

Figurative Sculpture flyerTwo Artists: Adam Bradley and Sarah Wegner

March 18, 2016 - April 22, 2016

Reception on April 20, 2015 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.


Senior Thesis Exhibition 2015

Senior show flyerThe Art Department is proud to present the work of it's two senior studio art majors, Cristina Rago and Mark Thomas. The Opening Reception is April 23rd from 5 pm - 8 pm.

Cristina's work entitled Marka ng Kabataan: Childhood Imprint is influenced by both happy and traumatic memories of her childhood. Her work is "the intersection of memory, trauma, and coping with the unexpected.

Mark's work entitled District Displaced is the result of a 6 month project focused on bringing awareness to the humanity of DC's homeless population.