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Monday, October 13, 2014

Echoes of Abstraction at T.L. Norris Gallery Features Two Artists from the Clemson University Art Department

Friday, October 17  |  5:30-9:00

New artists, Elizabeth Snipes, Ian M Cage and Hilary Siber bring a refreshing change of pace to the gallery this October.  Each artist tells a distinct story, unique in form and expression, drawn from a spectrum of human experience.

Not to be missed, you'll have an opportunity to meet each new artist and learn more about how their story covers each canvas.  From Snipes' exploration of the human figure, to Cage's structural abstraction, to Siber's energetic, architectural contemplations, there's something for everyone in this show!

About the Artists:

Elizabeth Snipes
An exercise in capturing relationships, Snipes' portraiture in Personal Territories is a record of singular encounters with friends, loved ones, and self.  There's more than meets the eye in these unique and expressive figures - come and hear her tell how she translates intimate interactions to canvas.    Clemson University MFA in Art (painting), 2007.

Ian M Cage

Highly structural, Cage's work prioritizes an adherence to form, and a consistent, connective palette.  His selection of work for our show spotlights a crucial transition in his development as an artist.  Grounded in dynamic color theory, Cage allows form to emerge from color and take priority on the canvas.  

Hilary Siber

In deeply personal meditations on spirit and self, on loss and liberation, Siber explores both the anatomy of fracture, and the architecture of freedom in a contemplative collection of work.  Siber's art is at once vulnerable and powerful, inviting the viewer to wrestle with complex emotion and balance layers of nuanced meaning.  Candidate for Clemson University MFA in Art (painting).

T.L. Norris Gallery
1 Wade Hampton Blvd
Greenville, SC 29609

Tuesday-Friday, noon-6:00 pm
Saturday, noon-5:00 pm

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