“Florida-based artist and FSU Art Alum Linda Hall makes fantastical, story-like sculptures and paintings of the human world transposed into the animal world, or vice versa. Papier-mâché beasts barnacled with flowers and beads, quilted and antlered deer, fangs, glitter, benevolent spirits, animal bodies left empty and open, turned into attire for humans to wear.
For the second installment of FAR & Away Conversations, artist Noel W. Anderson has invited gallerist Jayne Johnson to join him in a virtual live-streamed discussion on Nov 10th at 7pm. The collaborators have the platform to talk about topics that they feel are pertinent in the moment and you as the audience will have the opportunity to ask questions via the chat.
As part of the Vancouver Art Book Fair’s, Art Book Month, FSU Art MFA’18 Lucia Riffel and FSU Art MFA’18 Erik Pedersen will be holding a Virtual Artist Talk on October 15th…The presentation, Behind The Machine, hosted by Drum Machine Editions, will outline Riffel’s obsessions with the space between our minds and our screens and the inspiration she takes from mindless scrolling.
FSU Art MFA ’22 Christina Szakonyi was featured in the August,2020 Edition of Realism Today in an article titled, “Unbridled: A Painting That Questions The Assumptions We Make.” In the article, Szakonyi takes us behind the scenes of her equine painting, “Unbridled,” while sharing insight on her artistic vision.
The Florida State University Alumni Association will recognize 18 young alumni for their significant contributions to their professions, communities or alma mater during the ninth annual Young Alumni Awards Ceremony, presented virtually Friday, Oct. 9. FSU College of Fine Arts is honored to have Department of Art alum, Larry Weru, recognized at this event as a 2020 Notable Nole.