FSU Art Professor Anne Stagg is exhibiting in Space One Eleven’s 35th Anniversary Exhibition III, in Downtown Birmingham. Titled Continuity, the exhibition opened Friday, January 21, 2022 and is on view through February 25, 2022 and is one of a series of four group exhibitions featuring artists who have shown or taught during Space One Eleven’s history.
The exhibiting artists for Continuity, the third exhibition in the series are: James Alexander, Billy Brown, Annie Kammerer Butrus, Chris Clark, Margot Cooney, Tim Denny, Patty B. Driscoll, Truman Grayson, Sydney Harrington, Bria Lewis, Jane Marshall, Kim Riegel, Amasa Smith, Anne Stagg, and Jürgen Tarrasch.
Founded in 1986, the mission of Space One Eleven is to provide professional opportunities for visual artists, to create a forum for public understanding of contemporary art, and to offer arts education to area youth.
Anne Stagg is an artist and educator living and working in Tallahassee, Florida. Her abstract paintings move along the thread of her experience as she explores systems within systems, and in particular, the false promises they offer.
She is an Assistant Professor at The Florida State University where she serves as co-director of the Foundations Program in the Department of Art. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and she is the recipient of several grants and fellowships.
Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and by appointment
Anne Arrasmith Gallery
at Space One Eleven
2407 Second Avenue North