8/02/2022 PHILLIPS MUSEUM OF ART

Resurgence: The F&M Art, Art History, and Film Department Biennial

The Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin and Marshall College is honored to present F&M faculty, staff, and emeriti from the Department of Art, Art History, and Film in the biennial exhibition, Resurgence. Artists in the exhibition include Caitlyn Bishop, Kevin Brady, Linda Cunningham, Carol Hickey, John Holmgren, Bill Hutson, Rick Kent, Magnolia Laurie, JunCheng Liu, Virginia Maksymowicz, Jeremy Moss, and Jason Thompson. Each of the 12 artists were invited to present new work in a variety of media from drawing, painting and printmaking to sculpture, photography, and film. This exhibition is a celebration of our colleagues as well as an opportunity for the college and the greater Lancaster community to preview the work of artists who dedicate their time, scholarship, and talents to Franklin and Marshall College. 

This biennial exhibition was delayed due to COVID-19 but the artists persevered in a multitude of ways in both their personal and professional lives. The Phillips Museum of Art is excited to share the work that they have created during these challenging times. We hope this exhibition inspires our visitors to keep being creative, expressing themselves, and sharing their work with the world. 

Curated by Janie Kreines, Curator of Exhibitions & Engagement at the Phillips Museum of Art. 

 

Join us for the following events!

Opening Reception & Gallery Talk: Tuesday, October 4th, 5:00 p.m., Rothman Gallery


Workshop: Printmaking with Professor John Holmgren: Thursday, November 3, 3:00 p.m., Winter Visual Arts Center, Printmaking Studio

 

  • Magnolia Laurie. it was there on the horizon (detail), 2021. Oil on panel, 24 x 48" Courtesy of the artist. Image Credit: Magnolia Laurie. it was there on the horizon (detail), 2021. Oil on panel, 24 x 48" Courtesy of the artist.
  • Caitlyn Bishop. Crusty Cushion (detail), 2022. Wood, fabric, water putty, pigment, 10" x 12" x 2 1/2". Courtesy of the artist. Image Credit: Caitlyn Bishop. Crusty Cushion (detail), 2022. Wood, fabric, water putty, pigment, 10" x 12" x 2 1/2". Courtesy of the artist.
  • Kevin Brady. Scenes from a Scrapyard 14 (detail), 2022. Oil on canvas, 48 x 72". Courtesy of the artist. Image Credit: Kevin Brady. Scenes from a Scrapyard 14 (detail), 2022. Oil on canvas, 48 x 72". Courtesy of the artist.
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