The first Art Faculty exhibition in the new gallery at NOVA-Woodbridge is currently on view until November 16. The artists featured are both adjunct and full-time faculty teaching art and art history at NOVA-Woodbridge, and include: Erin Devine, Rosemary Gallick, Eric Garner, Zac Jackson, Lauren Jacobs, Allison Long, Elizabeth Lynch, Fred Markham, Matt Pinney, and Gail Rebhan. Alongside traditional works of art in painting and photography, professor Erin Devine made a video installation of the From the American Landscape Series as she drove 5,463 miles across America. Professor Zac Jackson Residue created cast plastic resin chair as an analogy for social stress and anxiety. Professor Lauren Jacobs’s Migration of Leaves uses mixed media to relate how material substances coexist in the natural world. In addition to the Gallery, works by faculty are also on exhibit in the Atrium Gallery, located on the Fourth Floor of the Seefeldt Building.
Hours for The Gallery at NOVA-Woodbridge are Tues – Thurs, 11am – 4pm. For more information, contact Erin Devine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Noor Shah – Gallery Attendant