January 14, 2010
- February 14, 2010
February 11, 2010
- March 14, 2010
April 1, 2010
- April 23, 2010
The UNF Gallery of Art presents the 2010 Senior Exhibition, an exhibition of work by UNF Art and Design graduating seniors.
May 19, 2010
- June 9, 2010
The University of North Florida Gallery of Art is pleased to present a new exhibition titled “Looking Forward/ Looking Back: Celebrating the Careers of Larry Davis, Mark Howard, and Paul Ladnier”. Paintings and drawings by three of the most influential artist/educators in the Jacksonville area, spanning the art and design departments of both UNF and Florida State College at Jacksonville, are on display. The exhibit presents works that range from expressive abstract and figurative works to watercolor landscapes. Works by the three artists will also be on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, however, the opening reception will be at the UNF Gallery of Art. An archive of voice recordings of former students and colleagues, recalling their experiences and reflections on the legacies of these retiring educators, will be available to visitors as well.
September 23, 2010
- November 5, 2010
The University of North Florida Gallery of Art is pleased to present Second Nature by Flagler College professor Donald Martin.
September 24, 2010
- November 4, 2010
The UNF Gallery of Art and MOCA Jacksonville presents work by the faculty of the University of North Florida Department of Art and Design.
This exhibit will be on display at MOCA Jacksonville.
November 15, 2010
- December 1, 2010
More than a Brush with Nature, features works painted on site in Washington State by award winning artist and professor Lilian Garcia-Roig. These canvases celebrate the huge old maples and hemlocks draped with moss indigenous to the area northeast of Seattle. They also illustrate the preference for maximalist landscapes. Diametrically opposed to the less is more philosophy, Garcia-Roig explains: “All in all, I want the viewer to come away believing that more information, more square footage, more complexity, more time, more abstraction, more representation, more paint, et cetera, even in a single image, can add up to a more powerful and rewarding visual experience. I believe that one can do more with more and I hope to show how relevant and exciting on-site landscape can be in the world of contemporary painting.”
The artist’s works are also being exhibited at MOCA Jacksonville. Hyperbolic Nature: Recent Landscapes features large -scale landscapes from the northeast in the museum’s atrium while paintings of Florida can be found in the UNF Gallery on the second floor.