Written by Sherrel Jones
Esther Delaquis’ paintings and prints are a bridge between her African heritage and
The School of Art will present eight one-week solo shows by Master of Fine Arts candidates.
The work to be displayed will represent the culmination of each student’s research
during their tenure at Texas Tech. Areas of study include ceramics, jewelry design
and metalsmithing, painting and drawing, photography, printmaking and sculpture.
The artists and exhibitions are as follows:
- April 5-10:
Esther Delaquis' exhibit will showcase the artist's painting and prints, which are
a bridge between her African heritage and western culture.
Chase Gamblin’s exhibit will showcase ceramic pieces that reflect on ideas of life
Chisum Pierce’s exhibit will feature work that questions why celebrities are worshiped.
- April 12-17:
Christopher Voss’ exhibit will address the physical, psychological and spiritual proximities
between God, the artist and his family.
- April 19-24:
Emily Schuhmann’s exhibit will display large-scale jewelry pieces inspired by the
qualities of biological imagery.
- April 26-May 1:
Sarah Roberts’ exhibit will display her jewelry, which will center on an early traumatic
event and are based on Freudian psychology.
- May 3-8:
Do-Kyun Lee’s exhibit will display sculptures that evoke the sense of social anxiety
from his native country of South Korea.
Patrick Page-Sutter’s exhibit will present sculptures that consider the impact of
animal husbandry on the way individuals interact with animals and animal products.
For more information, visit www.landmarkarts.org.
Other works from Masters of Fine Arts Canidates: