Sep 16, 2010 — Sep 1, 2011

Portrait of a Horse: The Exquisite Equine
Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery
September 16, 2010 – October 11, 2010
Consisting of equine-related depictions from ancient to contemporary times, Portrait of a Horse: The Exquisite Equine, explores the notion of the horse as both inspirational subject matter and community icon. Artists represented in the exhibition include Shary Akers, Brad Connell, Gretchen Grossardt, John Steven Hockensmith, Sarah Hoskins, Amanda Matthews, Gwen Reardon, Yvonne Todd, Andre Pater, Karen Kasper, Tara Brown, Ahmed Moustafa, Dough Prather, Jimmy Lee Sudduth, Anne Leone*, Boguslaw Lustyk*, Faye Moore*, and Asa Park*.
Coinciding with the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, this exhibition will feature works from the Georgetown College permanent collection that speak to the theme of the horse in art—the figure of the horse personified or as a sentient creature. In addition, works by regional artists who are inspired to create images of horses will also be showcased to suggest the inimitable relationship between this exquisite animal and the artists who portray them.

By the Book: 150 Years of Rules, Regulations, and GC Student Life
Cochenour Gallery
October 1, 2010 – October 21, 2010
Curated by Dr. Juilee Decker’s Art 302 students.

Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery
October 15, 2010 – November 19, 2010
Curated by Darrell Kincer and Daniel Graham.

Show It: Kappa Pi Student Art Competition
Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery
November 29, 2010 – December 9, 2010
Organized by Kappa Pi.

Stage & Street: High & Low Japanese Craft Traditions
Cochenour Gallery
January 7, 2011 – February 25, 2011

s p a c e
Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery
January 27, 2011 – February 25, 2011
s p a c e is a solo exhibition by Boris Zakic, professor of painting and drawing at Georgetown College since 2000. Zakic has exhibited his work locally, nationally, and internationally. This exhibition features new work by the artist, but still refers to many of the ideas he has examined during the past decade, including “transparentness” and “impasto mannerisms.”
s p a c e, the title the artist has embraced for the exhibition, has also been given to his single, interior-specific painting. The largest canvas Zakic has completed to date, approximately 16 by 15 feet, speaks to his intimate relationship with the Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery and his special interest in its south wall windows, natural lighting, and seasonal effects. According to the artist, the painting pays particular attention to the viewer’s relationship to a painting and a painting’s relationship to a monumental enclosed space.
Boris Zakic received an MFA at University of New Orleans in 2000 and the “Die neue Dimensionen der Wissenschaft” Award by Göethe Intitut, Belgrade, for the “Translation Paintings” in 2004. He has since been involved with The Oval Portrait, Cincy Fringe Fest, The Independents at Liverpool Biennial, s p a c e, and a number of other art projects. He has also held teaching appointments at University of New Orleans, and KIIS programs in Athens and Rome.
Zakic initiated The Invisibility of Pictures, works by J. Daniel Graham and Darrell Kincer. It runs concurrently at Hanover College, Indiana (through February 3).

The Fluidity of Gender: Sculpture by Linda Stein
Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery
March 3, 2011 – April 7, 2011
In a multi-media exhibition, the artist visually and viscerally answers the questions: Can Wonder Woman Cra-ac-ck Gender Sterotypes? –– Are we in the midst of a Gender Revolution? –– Are there new definitions for masculinities and femininities in today’s culture and do they seek Parity/Protection/Peace as the goal? With larger-than-life blackened leather/metal/buckled/zippered figures and acrylicized-paper sculptures featuring the comics of Wonder Woman for coat hangers, mannequins and walls, many of these sculptures are ready to be worn by participants who monitor themselves in mirrors and participate in a Body-Swapping performance by Georgetown College students.
This exhibition results from the collaboration of Georgetown College’s Fine Arts Department, its Theatre/Performance Studies Department and its Women’s Studies Program.

Cochenour Gallery
April 7, 2011 – April 21, 2011
Created by Professor Darrell Kincer, Professor Daniel Graham and their students.

Senior Show 2011
Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery
April 28, 2011 – May 12, 2011

2012 Art Senior Preview
Cochenour Gallery
May 10, 2011 – August 24, 2011

(Un)Realized Visions: Works by Greg Mueller
Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery
May 26, 2011 – September 1, 2011
Artist Greg Mueller, whose Waiting in Silence, 2005, adorns the Georgetown College campus at the entrance to the Anna Ashcraft Ensor Learning Resource Center, often creates compositions that not only define a physical space but also provide a place for contemplation and introspection. For his large-scale sculpture, Mueller typically selects discarded materials such as tin roofing, industrial tires and steel scraps, to  engage the viewer in a celebration of these cast-off items’ inherent aesthetic qualities. While many of Mueller’s inspired visions have been  constructed, a few of his public art projects have not. This exhibition will examine both realized works and those that nevertheless exist in an  unrealized.
Greg Mueller is the Sesquicentennial Sculptor-in-Residence at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota. Prior to his appointment, Mueller served as an assistant professor specializing in sculpture and 3D design at the department of art and art history at Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, and previous to that, he taught sculpture at Bowling Green State University School of Art in Bowling Green, Ohio. Mueller holds a bachelor’s degree from St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota and a master of fine arts degree from Montana State University School of Art in Bozeman, Montana.