The allegorical work of Professor Carrie Ann Baade often includes imagery from art history and has often focused on themes of the apocalypse. “Hellmouth” was included in the 20th Anniversary of Fellowship Winners of the Delaware Division of the Arts Reunion.
FSU Art BFA ’19 Joshua Cooper recently had the honor of being selected by the Lightner Museum to produce a large mural in their Music Room. The piece is a 188 sq. ft. mural which depicts the three Muses with their traditional emblems—musical instruments the Lyre, Aulos and Cithara.
FSU Art MFA ‘14 Brad Blair’s upcoming solo exhibition “Obscure Oddities: Clay Creations” will be held at the Saville Gallery, part of the Allegany Arts Center, located in western Maryland. This show will run from October 3 – October 31, 2020…
FSU Professor of Art, Carrie Ann Baade is included in forthcoming book, The Art of The Occult, published by White Lion Publishing/The Quarto Group to be released October, 2020…From theosophy and Kabbalah to the zodiac and alchemy; spiritualism and ceremonial magic to the elements and sacred geometry – The Art of the Occult introduces major occult themes and showcases the artists who have been influenced and led by them.
As part of their Annual Pop Up Grace Gala, the Grace Museum showcases some of the works in their permanent art collection while creating a virtual experience with a featured artist from their collection . This year, Lillian is that artist.