Art Galleries

Gainesville Campus Art Exhibits

Roy C. Moore Art Gallery

The Roy C. Moore Art Gallery is located on the Gainesville Campus in the Continuing Education/ Performing Arts Building.

Gallery Hours during exhibits:

  • Tuesday and Wednesday: 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Thursday: 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Friday: 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
  • and by appointment. Call 678-717-3438 or email gallery@ung.edu.

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Roy C. Moore Art Gallery
Fall 2014



Ring Road is an exhibit of work by Rachel and Trevor Reese, made during a residency in Iceland.

August 18 - September 12

Ring Road

In 2010, during the summer solstice, artists Rachel and Trevor Reese traveled to Iceland for a residency at Skaftfell in Seyðisfjörður. The journey included a two-week circumnavigation of the island—along Route 1, commonly referred to as the Ring Road—with a one-week stay in the former home of Icelandic artist Birgir Andrésson. 

During their exploration of the island, Rachel Reese carried a small theatrical stage set, comprising red velvet drapes within a wooden frame mounted on a tripod, utilized as a photographic travel prop to reveal the vastly dramatic and changing landscapes of the island nation. The resulting video and accompanying photographs are included in the exhibition Ring Road, along with new sculptures by Trevor Reese, which were inspired by Iceland's dynamic plant life.

Artist Talk & Reception: August 28, 2pm


Black Kiln Black by Lauren Adams is one of several works in the exhibit

September 22 - October 16

Belongings Once Were

Belongings Once Were is an exhibit of artwork by Lauren Adams and Jasey Jones that re-interprets historically popular items, as commentary on consumer society.

Deborah Prosser's essay written to accompany the exhibit can be read through this link: essay by Deborah Prosser.

Reception: October 16, 2pm

 

Verdant Spring is a painting by Terri Dilling. 

October 23 - November 20

Terri Dilling

As a painter and printmaker, Terri Dilling is inspired by the beauty and complexity of the natural world. Her works evoke a landscape or garden, and the microscopic worlds contained within the seen spaces.

Reception: November 20, 2pm

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