The Rosemary Duffy Larson Archive

Paintings on Walls

Paintings on Walls features the work of Chris Marin, Assistant Professor of Practice and Artist-in-Residence at Louisiana State University. Marin's work expands the definition of painting and portraiture through his large-scale, mixed media works. His paintings explore identity through historical and pop culture references, seeking to reveal the duality of cultural and personal experiences. Paintings on Walls is curated by Carolina Alamilla, Assistant Professor of Studio Art at Washington & Jefferson College.

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Juxtaposition: 43rd Annual Student Exhibition

Juxtaposition, the 43rd annual student art exhibition, showcases the works of some of Broward College's most talented art students. This juried show is a unique opportunity for these emerging artists as they pursue careers in their field, allowing them to display their work in a professional gallery environment.

This year's juror is Meaghan Kent, Curator of Exhibitions at the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood in Florida. She is also the Founder of Site95, an organization that holds exhibitions in available spaces including Locust Projects, Abrons Arts Center, and public outdoor spaces in Miami and New York.

Wednesday
Opening reception

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Latent Adaptations

"Latent Adaptations" features work by Jim Graham and Leigh Merrill. Graham currently teaches at the University of Arizona, and Merrill teaches at Texas A&M University-Commerce. The exhibition centers around constructed landscapes that reveal connections between the environment and culture. Graham's paintings address topics of sea level rise and adaptation, expanding on the traditions of both landscape and allegorical paintings. Merrill's photographic digital collages depict a constructed reality of urban spaces that explore the impact of desire, simulation, and perception on contemporary landscape and reveal a culture of perpetual longing.

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2022 Winter Faculty Exhibition

The exhibit features recent works by a selection of Visual and Performing Arts faculty and recognized artists, including Rod Appleton, Roumen Boudev, Angelica Clyman, Teresa Diehl, Shady Eshghi, Georgeta Fondos, Jon Hunt, Jan Johnson, Kohl King, Catherine Leisek, Bridgit Stoffer, and Niko Yulis. The eclectic exhibit incorporates various media and disciplines such as painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, digital art, printmaking, collage, textiles, and installation.

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Diaphanous Bodies: Sarah Nguyen

Diaphanous Bodies features hand-cut fiber panels by internationally exhibiting artist Sarah Nguyen. Her intricate compositions include symbolic motifs—flora, fauna, and an ever-changing moon—to elicit childhood memories of myths, fables, and folklore. These large panels interact with the gallery space, casting shadows that thrust the imagery out of the two-dimensional picture plane, bringing her visual stories into our own reality.

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2021 Fall Faculty Exhibition

The 2021 Fall Faculty Exhibition features recent works by a selection of Visual and Performing Arts faculty and recognized artists, including Ariel Baron-Robbins, Lorna Ruth Galloway, Jose Luis Garcia, James Lansing, Daniel Listwan, Lisa Rockford, Eduardo Rosas, John Sanchez, and Kolos Schumy. The eclectic exhibit incorporates various media and disciplines such as painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, digital art, video, photography, textiles, and installation.

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When the Bough Breaks

Organized by Suzanne Slavick, "When the Bough Breaks" is a collection of paintings accompanied by poetry and the written word that embraces the tree — materially and conceptually — through figure and metaphor, analysis and allegory, and as record and reflection. Facing ongoing human conflict and impending climate catastrophe, the reality or representation of trees can offer solace and space — for the necessity of talking and listening.

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