Guest Artists

  • Film Industry Sculptor Christopher Reynolds

    Sculptor, Chris Reynolds

    Coming Wednesday, February 14, 2 p.m. in VA115

    Film industry sculptor Chris Reynolds will join Allen Peterson's 3D Class discussing the use of his sculpture skills in his job.  Chris  has worked in the film industry working on set designs for such blockbuster films as Guardians of the Galaxy II and the Netflix TV series Stranger Things

     
    • Film set sculpture project by Chris Reynolds
    • Film set sculpture project by Chris Reynolds
    • Film set sculpture project by Chris Reynolds
    • Guardians of the Galaxy set design and sculpture work by Chris Reynolds
    • Film set sculpture project by Chris Reynolds
    • Film set sculpture project by Chris Reynolds
    • Film set sculpture project by Chris Reynolds
  • snapshot of Peter Bahouth, photographer

    Peter Bahouth

    Coming Friday, February 23, 10:30 a.m. - noon in VA215

    Peter Bahouth's medium is stereoscopic three dimensional photography, a process that was developed in the 1830s. Bahouth designs his own viewers, often incorporating sculpture, sound, or signage, as an invitation to look – to observe the photograph outside the present context. Like looking through a hole in a fence, it is a peek behind the surface that requires the active choice and participation of the viewer. Looking into the viewer in this way also removes all other external visual information. This focus of visual perception through the display and onto an image where depth and space are intensified is intended to create a more personal experience with the subject. By totally isolating the visual experience as well, there is a sense of being projected into the image and into another place and time.

    Bedroom by Peter Bahouth

    Console by Peter Bahouth

    Daisy by Peter Bahouth


Visiting Artists at KSU

Printmakers Chris Neuenschwander and Sean Starwars pose with Professor Valerie Dibble at the 2016 Spring Arts Festival

Throughout the fall and spring semesters, the School of Art and Design hosts various guest artists. Previous guest artists have included Sean StarwarsGuy Marc Hinant and Dominique Goblet.

The 2017-2018 visiting artist schedule will be updated with more guest artists and lecturers soon; please check back for further information.

  • 9:30 - 12:15 p.m. VA004

    Sunstone Engineering will send a representative to teach students techniques and capabilities of our Orion 250s micro pulse arc welder.  Open to all art students.

    Learn more about some applications pulse arc welding:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xd30uUljZac

    Pulse Arc Welder by Orion 

  • Date, time, and place will be announced...

    Assistant Professor Deborah Hutchinson has invited Andew Hayes to lecture about his work and teach a workshop for KSU art students.

    Andrew Hayes grew up in Tucson, Arizona and studied sculpture at Northern Arizona University. The desert landscape inspired much of his early sculptural work and allowed him to cultivate his style in fabricated steel. After leaving school, Andrew worked in the industrial welding trade. While living in Portland, Oregon, bouncing between welding jobs and creating his own work he was invited to the EMMA collaboration. This one-week experience was liberating for Andrew and he was encouraged by his fellow collaborators to apply to the Core Fellowship at Penland School of Crafts. During his time as a Core Fellow, Andrew was able to explore a variety of materials and technique. Surprisingly, the book became a big part of this exploration. In this work he faces the challenge of marrying the rigid qualities of metal with the delicacy of the book page.

     Artwork by Kennesaw State visiting artist Andrew Hayes Artwork by Kennesaw State visiting artist Andrew Hayes

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