The Science Of It
June 8 - July 12, 2018

 

A juried exhibit of work exploring science and its influences in our world. Through science we study bacteria, biology, evolution, the stars and everything in between. We examine and hypothesize and relate. Here we asked artists to use their knowledge and interest in the many facets of science to inspire their work.

“To develop a complete mind: Study the science of art; Study the art of science. Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else.” ― Leonardo da Vinci 

Featuring Artwork by: 

SL Bauer Serena Boschert Coleen Breen
Christine Casten Ross Clark Jan Foulk
Gloria Henderson Robert Kokenyesi Kim Kordonowy
John W. Kuntze Artist Marte Marty McKay
Shirley Nachtrieb Jennifer Perkins Ginger Repke
Annie Scheumbauer Christy Schneller Michelle Turner
Linda S. Wilmes    
The Science of it
   

Frozen in Motion by Marty McKay

First Place
"Frozen in Motion"
by Marty McKay

Dance of the Dead Zinnias by Annie Sceumbauer

Second Place
"Dance of the Dead Zinnias"
by Annie Scheumbauer

Refrigerator Chemist by MichelleTurner

Third Place
"Refrigerator Chemist"
by Michelle Turner

My Brain on Art by Christine Casten

People's Choice
"My Brain on Art"
by Christine Casten

My Brain on Art by Christine Casten

Honorable Mention
"My Brain on Art"
by Christine Casten

Ground Effects by Marty McKay

Honorable Mention
"Ground Effects"
by Marty McKay

Eye to Eye by Christine Casten

Honorable Mention
"Eye to Eye"
by Christine Casten


Brigham Dimick

 

Juror  Brigham Dimick was born in Oak Park, Illinois in 1962 and grew up in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He is currently a professor at SIUE. As a teenager, Brigham studied at the Barnstone Studios, a privately run atelier, where he developed a portfolio that enabled him to win of a four-year scholarship to Tyler School of Art, where he received a BFA in painting. The diversity of those two educational experiences could not be more different. The opposing philosophies of time-honored development of drawing techniques within the atelier - compared to a strong emphasis on experimentation and self-invention at Tyler - has served as a catalyst for a life-long commitment to synthesize inherited traditions and new methodologies.

Before going to Indiana University for an MFA in painting, Brigham spent four years hitchhiking across the country, living in northern California, traveling in Mexico, painting houses, and drawing. He has received Individual Artist Fellowships from the states of Georgia and Pennsylvania and a professional development grant from Illinois, and also many generous grants through the Graduate School of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Some of his drawings are in the corporate collections of Morgan Stanley and Fische & Richardson, in the Dishman Art Museum, and in the university collections of Emporia State, and St. Ambrose University. He resides in Edwardsville, Illinois with his wife and two daughters. View the artist's website. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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