Category Archives: Exhibits
My work is meant as a poem, oftentimes to pay homage to things that I find. I am interested in things that are remnants of life. Everyday domestic objects also interest me, as well as exploring the feminine relationship with expectations and allegory. Sometimes there is an implication of fable in my work, however it is not my intention to commit the viewer to a conspicuous plot.
– Kate Enorie
Kate is a Richland Photography Student. Kate’s work and creativity is a result of her involvement in the Photographic Independent Study Class.
HPFA and Brazos Gallery present the opening of the annual Juried: Student Art Exhibition. The exhibition opens Monday April 4th and will be open to the public through April 27th. There will be a reception Wednesday April 6th from 12-1pm, where the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners will be announced.
Gallery Hours M-F 10a-4pm
Local contemporary artist, Marcello Pope aka Rosie Lee captures the stylish flair of the Congo Sapeurs subculture in his first solo art exhibition, entitled Dandy Fresh. These “Dandies,” with their silk handkerchiefs and bright, tailored suits use flamboyant duds as a form of fashionable resistance against the socioeconomic realities of their community. Rosie Lee has added his own unique flavor and rendered these walking works of art to canvas.
August 25th – September 12th 2014
Purple Hyacinth Bean and Flower (left)
acrylic, paper, clay-coated board on canvas
Richland Faculty Exhibition
February 10 – March 7, 2014
Reception: Tuesday February 11, 12:30 – 1:30 PM
Richland College Gallery is pleased to announce the Richland Faculty Exhibition, featuring work from our studio art instructors.
Plum Pudding Peanut Island (Gilligan’s Squaw Fire Island II)
Brazos Gallery: Nov. 22 – Dec. 20
Richland College is pleased to present new work by Vincent Ramos. For this exhibition, the artist has created a new installation and performance piece that is inspired by the collective sense of loss and confusion surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, fifty years ago this month.
Using popular media as his primary resource, Ramos researched and collected over a dozen prime time network television shows that were preempted as a result of the tragedy. From this material, he has created a performative piece that will be intertwined within a site-specific installation inspired by various facets of Kennedy’s biography. It is a body of work steeped in a disjointed pictorial and verbal language: a labyrinth of non-linear actions, narratives, and emotions.
Vincent Ramos (b. 1973, Santa Monica, California) received a BFA from Otis College of Art and Design in 2002 and an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts in 2007. Solo and two-person exhibitions include, Pachuco Cadaver or There Are No Heavies in America, Las Cienegas Projects, Los Angeles, Outsider Art: Others from Elsewhere Doing Something Altogether Different…Sort Of, 18th Street Art Center, Santa Monica, and Motown Took Us There and Motown Brought Us Back, Crisp London/Los Angeles. Group exhibitions include, Made in L.A. 2012, Hammer Museum and LAXART, and, In the Good Name of the Company, ForYourArt, Los Angeles and See Me Gallery, NY. He lives and works in Los Angeles.