March 26, 2010
Written by Sherrel Jones
The exhibit will showcase Inman's work over the past three years in the School of Art graduate program.
A School of Art graduate candidate, Sallie Inman, will have her work “Threshold” displayed at her Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition until March 27.
The exhibit’s closing reception is an opportunity for community members to meet and visit with the artist. The exhibition also is a requirement for graduate candidates to complete in order to receive a degree. The event will begin at 6 p.m. March 27 at the Landmark Arts Studio Gallery.
“My work explores thresholds – psychological lines that separate disparate parts of my interior. They are edges that are invisible, but worthy of me trying to define them,” Inman said. “Psychological thresholds are barely perceptible, but once acknowledged a threshold can be an entrance or a beginning, a gateway into a different way of viewing the world or the art.”
The exhibit is a visual representation of Inman’s studies over the past three years in the graduate program. Some of her works that will be displayed include inflations, paintings and mixed media.
The exhibit, as well as parking, is free and open to the public. For more information, visit www.landmarkarts.org.
The School offers undergraduate degree programs in art history, communication design, studio arts and visual studies as well as MEA and MFA graduate degree and Fine Arts Ph.D. opportunities.Twitter