Aug 26, 2011 — Aug 21, 2012

Cochenour Gallery

16/100 by Scott Bruno

Aug 26, 2011 — Sep 15, 2011

Cochenour Gallery

Reception on Thurs, Sept. 8, 4:30-6:30 pm, Artist Talk at 5:30pm

Scott Bruno, a graphic designer living and working in Cincinnati, Ohio, has designed exhibition posters for the prestigious Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery since 1999.  This show highlights 16 of those posters, 100 of which were displayed in 2010 at the Weston’s Wall-to-Wall exhibition.

Bruno received a BS in Computer Science from Xavier University, Cincinnati, followed  by a Masters in Design from the University of Cincinnati. In 1996 Bruno formed b graphic design.


Allison Warren’s Fallen Hemlock

Sep 15, 2011 — Oct 21, 2011

Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery

Opening Reception on Thurs, Sept. 15, 5-8pm, Artist Talk at 5:30pm

Chicago-based, interdisciplinary artist Allison Warren’s project highlights the exquisiteness of organic form in opposition to its destruction as well as brings awareness to an important environmental issue: the plight of Kentucky’s hemlock trees in the face of the insect pest known as the woolly adelgid.



From the Ground Up: Georgetown College Spaces and Places

Sep 23, 2011 — Oct 12, 2011

Cochenour Gallery

This exhibition has been prepared by students in Dr. Decker’s Curatorial Studies course, which is offered every fall at Georgetown College. This show takes a look at the college’s buildings and structures — those that stand and others that have withered away. Items from the college’s archives and other primary sources that tell the story of our campus and some of its buildings will be on view. “From the Ground Up” offers a glimpse into the past and aims to connect campus buildings and structures with cherished memories of these spaces and places. Attention will be paid to Giddings, Pawling, and Rucker Halls, Hinton Field, the Old and John L. Hill chapels, as well as  newer construction, including the Student Center, the LRC, and the soon-to-be-completed Rucker Village.

The following GC art and history majors are involved in the preparation of this exhibition: Jordan Gill, Katie Mann, Sarah McIntosh, Shawn McPeek, Dana Sabato, Jen Stephenson, Devon Stivers, Terrell Taylor, and Portia Watson. Each student will be present during the exhibition opening and will, also, share some of the human interest stories from our buildings and their past. Join us for this afternoon event where we’ll be joined by historical interpretations of Professor Jonathan E. Farnam and Issachar Pawling, as well as a “Rucker Girl” and other friends.

Reception from 12-2 and Fireside Chat at 1:00 pm on Friday
(The Chat is a GC NEXUS Event)
Please join us for the exhibition opening on Friday, September 23 from 12-2 in the Cochenour Gallery of the Ensor Learning Resource Center. Everyone is welcome to attend the 1:00 p.m. Fireside Chat as well. The events are free and open to the public.

photo above: the “old chapel” which burned in 1930.


Fragmented Faces: Cut-Paper Works by Jennifer Anderson

Oct 20, 2011 — Nov 17, 2011

Cochenour Gallery


Opening Reception on Thurs, October 20, 5-8pm, Artist Lecture at 5:30pm (A GC Nexus Event)

Artist Jennifer Anderson cuts intricate lace, rose window and repeating patterns into discarded reproductions of Renaissance and Baroque paintings. Her labor-intensive process of hand-cutting these images not only visually and formally imbues the “original” reproduction with new meaning, it also supplies another way of tracing the artist hand.



Please Call Stella by Black & Jones

Oct 27, 2011 — Nov 17, 2011

Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery

Opening reception on Thurs, Oct. 27, 5-7pm, Artist Talk at 5:30pm (a GC NEXUS Event)

Join us for the Georgetown Antiques and ARTWALK, Thursday, Nov. 17, 5-8pm!!!

In this video installation piece, Black & Jones “…explore the history of cinema, the culture of the Internet, the richness of language, the pervasiveness of music and all the ways in which media intersect and interact to create new languages expressive of our time.”



Plagiarize This! Fall 2011 Senior Exhibition

Nov 21, 2011 — Dec 8, 2011

Cochenour Gallery



State of Drawing

Nov 22, 2011 — Dec 15, 2011

Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery

November 22 – December 15, 2011

Anne Wright Wilson Fine Art Gallery

Opening Reception Tuesday, November 22, 5-7 PM with
 Round Table Dialogue with Distinguished Guests at 5:30 PM

Please see the Press Release for a complete list of exhibiting artists and participating distinguished guests.

Boris Zakic, Boy and a Goose (Boethus, verso, part I)



Nation of Nations by Marjorie Guyon

Dec 15, 2011 — Jan 17, 2012

Cochenour Gallery

Events Occurring on
 Thursday, December 15
Opening Reception, 5:00-8:00 PM with
 Artist Talk at 5:30 PM with Poetry Reading 
by children from the YMCA of Central Kentucky’s after-school program
Part of Georgetown’s Antiques & ArtWalk

Using the foundational concepts of the Preface to Leaves of Grass and the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution, artist Marjorie Guyon has created a public art project examining the fundamental question, “how do we form a more perfect union?.”   Nation of Nations is by definition a local, then a national and international endeavor.  Guyon has selected Georgetown College as the first venue to host the traveling exhibition of her project.
Una Vision de la Mexicanidad – Harold Winslow

Jan 12, 2012 — Feb 16, 2012

Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery

Reception on Thursday, February 9 from 5-7PM with Talk by Art Historian Jamie Ratliff at 5:30 PM

Harold Winslow was an African-American painter born in Dayton, Ohio in 1918. In 1940, frustrated by his limited opportunities to develop as an artist in the United States, he traveled to Mexico, drawn by the work of muralists Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros and Jose Clemente Orosco. Winslow spent the rest of his life in Mexico, working on projects as varied as illustrating the Treatise of Human Anatomy (1940), painting watercolors (he won a national watercolor competition in 1942), and painting murals. He became a Mexican citizen in 1951, and continued to produce art and mount exhibitions until his death in Mexico City in August, 2001. Now, the Harold Winslow Foundation has selected 31 of his 1300 extant works to recognize his achievement and allow others to experience his art. Georgetown College is pleased to be working with the Kentucky Institute for International Studies (KIIS) to share this exhibition with the central Kentucky community.

Image: Vida… y Muerte, 1945, mixed media, 48 x 65 cms



Deeper Into the Presence: Pictures from Red River Gorge by Michael Winters

Reception on Thursday, January 26, 4:30-6:30PM with
 Artist Talk at 5:30PM

The title of Michael Winters’ exhibition is taken from a personally inspiring passage by noted Kentucky author Wendell Berry.  In the way Berry uses words, Winters uses his camera to create pictures of his favorite place, the picturesque Red River Gorge.  Winters’ photographs pay homage to not only his humble ambitions of capturing the sublimity of the Gorge, they also reveal that beauty can often be found in the details.

Image:  Rock Composite #4, Near Gray’s Arch

Michael Winters: Rock4nearGraysArch



A Passionate Pursuit: The Milward Collection

Exhibition Dates:
 March 2 – April 20

Friday, March 23, 2012 6-8 pm

Georgetown College Art Department and Galleries have dubbed 2012 the Year of the Collector. As one of several events in this year-long celebration, the Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery is presenting the exhibition A Passionate Pursuit: The Milward Collection. Over the past 30 years, Lexington resident John Milward has acquired a large group of artworks, often working with Greg Ladd of Cross Gate Gallery in Lexington. Milward started with sporting prints by Alfred Munnings and paintings by George Claxton, but since 1987 has focused primarily on contemporary members of the New English Art Club, which was founded in London in 1886. Among the 75 works on view are paintings, prints, and other works on paper, plus 19th-century French bronzes. Milward hopes that through exhibitions like this, someone else “might get bitten by the [collecting] bug.”

Tom Coates After the Flood, St. Mark's Square



Visual Theatre: Celebrating Irene Corey

March 8 – April 2, 2012

Events Occurring on Thursday, March 8

Opening Reception, 5:00-7:00 p.m. and 
Dialogue with Friends of Irene Corey at 5:30 p.m.
(A GC NEXUS Event)

During her fifty-plus year career, artist Irene Lockridge Corey (1926-2010) was a veritable force in the world of theatrical makeup and costume design.  Perhaps best known for creating the guise for the friendly purple and green dinosaur Barney, Ms. Corey served as chair of the Georgetown College art department from 1952 to 1960, where she and her first husband, Orlin Corey (then theatre department chair), collaborated on numerous theatrical productions, including The Book of Job, 1957, which was produced off Broadway and around the world and was a summer attraction for twenty years at Pine Mountain State Park in Kentucky.

Visual Theatre: Celebrating Irene Corey features works of art by Irene Corey as well as archival materials from Georgetown College’s permanent collections.  Paintings and sculpture from the personal collections of Georgetown residents Maribeth Hambrick, Carolyn Johnson and Sis Curry, and Lexintonians Mary and James McCormick, will also be on view.   During the opening reception on March 8, several friends of Irene Corey will be present to reminisce about her time at Georgetown College and to celebrate the contributions of this remarkable pioneer in the field of theatre.

Image:  Tobacco Leaf detail, 1953, oil on canvas, 17 ¾” x 15 ½”





April 4 – May 1, 2012

Cochenour Gallery, Ensor Learning Resource Center




April 26 – May 10, 2012


Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery



2013 Senior Preview

Works by:
Daniel Cantu, 
Lauren Meister, 
Elizabeth Metcalfe
, Kayleigh Riddell
, Jen Stephenson, 
Jesse Tingle

May 10 – August 20, 2012
Cochenour Gallery
Ensor Learning Resource Center




The Hanover Connection: Installations by Leticia Bajuyo and Deb Whistler

May 24 – September 14, 2012

Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery

Closing Reception 
Friday, September 14, 12-2 p.m. with Artist Talk at 12:30 p.m.

This summer, Hanover College, Indiana, art faculty members Leticia Bajuyo and Deb Whistler bring their unique, contemporary sculptural installations to Georgetown College’s Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery.

Bajuyo’s work focuses on the society’s quest for the latest and greatest digital technology. Composed of an item that is still functional but becoming increasingly outdated, Bajuyo combines CDs into the shape of a Victrola horn in her quest for the viewer to create “new memories that fall outside of technological economies of desire” and to acknowledge “overlooked complexities” like deciding you need to buy another, newer smart phone. Whistler has created a new body of work inspired by Lewis Carroll’s book, Alice in Wonderland. Through direct references to characters and scenes from the story, Whistler reinterprets the tale as a “survival guide,” spurring the viewer to consider how curiosity and pushing through failures helps one navigate a chaotic world.

Leticia Bajuyo creates, lives, and teaches in Southern Indiana where she is an Associate Professor of Art at Hanover College. After earning a BFA in 1998 from the University of Notre Dame and an MFA in 2001 from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, she came to Hanover College to join the Art and Art History Department.

Deb Whistler is professor of two-dimensional art and chair of the Art/Art History Department at Hanover College. She received her BFA from Miami University and her MFA with a concentration in printmaking from the University of Cincinnati. As a child, Deb was fascinated by the natural world discovered in a creek bed near her home. Her early childhood interests in the fragility of life continue to influence her conceptual work as an adult.

Images: (l) Bajuyo, Rewind; (r) Whistler, from the “Blame It On The Rabbit Series”