Courtesy of Margaret Dolinsky
From Blue Window Pane, an ImmersaGram, with (art)N Laboratory
|ďA Bloomington Biennial: Faculty Artists from IUís Hope School of Fine ArtsĒ is now showing at the IU Art Museumís Special Exhibitions and Hexagon Galleries in Bloomington through May 6.
The quality and diversity of the schoolís 11 studio areas is mirrored by the output of its faculty, whose works range from large scale paintings and sculptural installations to textiles, jewelry and ceramics.
Visitors will see work from approximately 30 artists, including emeriti faculty Rudy Pozzatti and Marvin Lowe, and many who have exhibited extensively nationally and internationally.
Among newcomers to the Bloomington artistic community are digital artists Arthur Liou and Margaret Dolinsky, photographer Jeffrey Nilan, metalsmith Kimberly Conrad, sculptors Chris Sauter and Amy Brier, and painters Tim Tozer, Martha MacLeish and Tim Kennedy.
Visitors will also see a work in progress by painter Bonnie Sklarski, beadwork by textile artist Budd Stalnaker and work in clay by fundamental studio artist Georgia Strange.
The IU Art Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday noon to 5 p.m.