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Composite Image of featured artwork for Ruminations
 

Ruminations: Art Faculty Exhbition

Featuring Artwork by Current Department of Art Faculty
January 26 – February 24, 2023 | Salve Regina Gallery

Focusing on the constructive and positive connotations of the term, Ruminations showcases recent artwork by our Department of Art faculty members across their multifaceted disciplines. Ruminations can be defined as musings, active ponderings, or sustained meditations—all of which require continued engagement with an idea, turning it over in the mind through a deep and reflective manner. All of the works represented in the show highlight this creative process, providing a small sample into our current Studio Art faculty members’ larger body of work. Participating artists include Matthew Barrick, Adam Bradley, Dony Mac Manus, Kevin Mitchell, Jonathan Monaghan, Manuel Navarrete, Jenna North, Jassie Rios, and Delane Ingalls Vanada. As part of the exhibition, five art history majors conducted interviews of our faculty members and the transcriptions accompany the works on display. These interviews provide a unique opportunity to think alongside our teaching faculty members and their poignant, thought-provoking, and dynamic artistic practices.

Ruminations was curated and organized by Dr. Tiffany Lynn Hunt and Anne Burton in collaboration with students Katie Coyle, Kaitlyn Greubel, Annaliese Haman, Moira McCoy, and Connor Robeck.

Artwork Caption
Top Row, left to right: Jonathan Monaghan, Raise Your Expectations; Jenna North, Toyland Infrastructure; Jassie Rios, Scores for Light Time Space and Motion: Crystal; Kevin Mitchell, What Goes On
Middle Image: Delane Ingalls Vanada, Repatterning: Living A/R/Tography 
Bottom Row, left to right:  Dony Mac Manus, Dad; Matthew Barrick, Lightning Rainbow; Manuel Navarrete, Chew; Adam Bradley, Within a Dark Forest

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