John C. Hutcheson Gallery: Ron Lambert is in the past.
Lipscomb University's Art Department presents works by Ron Lambert, Monday, Feb. 3-Tuesday, Feb. 28, in the John C. Hutcheson Gallery (located in the James D. Hughes Center). An artist talk and reception with Lambert will be held on Monday, Feb. 3, at 6 p.m., in the Hughes Center.
Lambert is an assistant professor at Bloomsburg University. He recently showed in “Abstractometry” in the Conte Community Arts Gallery in the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, and was the Hamlett Visiting Artist at Vanderbilt University in 2012 and 2013.
Lambert has a BFA from the University of Connecticut at Storrs and an MFA from the School of Art and Design at Alfred University. His work is included in the collections of the Tacoma Art Museum, in Tacoma, Wash., Maryville University’s Permanent Art Collection, the Brooklyn Art Library and others. He has shown in exhibits all over the United States and won an Individual Artist Fellowship for Media Arts from the Tennessee Arts Commission in 2011. He has shown his works in Middle Tennessee at the Sarratt Gallery, The Renaissance Center, Zeitgeist Gallery, Watkins College of Art, Austin Peay State University and many others.
“It is in the moments of the sublime experience that life slows down if even for a second. Art making provides me with an opportunity to explore the sublime through the construction of experiences. Art can mimic life physically; it can also mimic the experiences of life, adding interjections to remind us of the pace at which we live and how one perceives beauty and the aesthetic of contemporary life.”
John C. Hutcheson Gallery
Located in the James D. Hughes Center (campus map)
Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
The Hutcheson Gallery is best accessible from the Belmont Boulevard entrances to campus.
The John C. Hutcheson Gallery in the Hughes Center opened fall 2010. Curated by Lipscomb art department faculty, the Hutcheson Gallery features a variety of exhibitions each semester. This gallery provides an opportunity to study, exhibit, stimulate appreciation for and advance knowledge of works of art that collectively represent the broadest spectrum of human achievement and artistic interests.