FSU Art Associate Professor Carrie Ann Baade is currently part of the EDUCATORS AS ARTISTS exhibition at the Albany Museum of Art. This juried college faculty exhibition features twenty-one works of art by 15 educators representing seven institutions in South Georgia and North Florida. This exhibit features Baade’s “Allegory of Good and Bad Government” paintings and is up through October 12, 2019 in the East Gallery. Simultaneously, her solo exhibition: “Keeper of the Entry”, opens this week at Joseph Winthrop Holley Fine Art Center at Albany State University. “We have a lot of alumni who are teaching at this historic University,” Baade said. “We’re trying to make a better relationship between Florida State University and Albany State University.” The work, which will be on display through Oct. 11, at ASU, is more fitting for the fall, she said. “This is more of the dark work, the shadow work” that is appropriate for an October exhibit.
Opening shortly after is “Wondering and Wandering” at Carrollton Center for the Arts. This will be the largest exhibit of Carrie Ann Baade artworks to date. She uses remnants of Renaissance and Baroque paintings to create surreal landscapes inhabited by exotic figures. Her work brings a contemporary voice to the past and has been exhibited nationally and internationally. The artist lives and works in Tallahassee, where she is Associate Professor of Painting and Drawing at Florida State University.
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Carrollton Art Center presents “Wondering and Wandering,” Oct 24 – Dec 7. Opening Reception: October 24, 5pm
Albany Museum of Art presents EDUCATORS AS ARTISTS, June 27 – Oct 12
Albany State University hosts “Keepers of the Entry,” Sept 13 – Oct 11. Read article from albanyherald.com