11:45 a.m. Artist Talk with Elizabeth Bishop-Martin

Meet in the Conference Room following the worship service.

Long-time UUFA member Elizabeth Bishop-Martin returned to the university classroom to study art, her childhood joy, after she had earned a degree in psychology and worked as a psychometrician for a short time. She graduated with honors in art from the University of Colorado in 1981 and then went on to earn her Master of Art degree in Fabric Design from the University of Georgia. Elizabeth says, “My art has always focused on landscape, whether it has been realism, as in my drawings and paintings, or abstract, as the work I did in Fabric Design.  I am an avid bird watcher and have included bird portraits in this show as well as landscapes.”

“The Three Graces” is our new art show in the Claire and Robert Clements Gallery. The artists, Elizabeth Bishop-Martin; Starr Ramsey Helms; and Kim Kendall, met in Charles Warnock’s open studio class at OCAF and found they enjoyed working together in class, sharing each other’s progress, and that exhibiting together works for them. Each artist brings to her work years of education and training, studio experience, and participation in exhibits across the US and in Canada.

 

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Date

Apr 21 2024

Time

11:45 am - 12:15 pm
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