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Mission Statement

The H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery seeks to showcase local, regional and national artists working in a variety of media as well as host exhibits traveling nationally. Exhibitions will enhance the education and experience of the students, faculty, staff and community at large. Lectures, workshops, and other events will accompany each exhibit to engage the public in the understanding of art.
The Arts and Sciences Division at El Centro College presents:

"dOWNtOWN: Visual Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition"

August 29 - September 20, 2014

H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery

Thursday 9/4 4-6 pm
(Open for DADA Fall Gallery Walk Saturday 9/20 12-4 pm)

El Centro College is nearing its 50th anniversary (2016) as the flagship school of the Dallas County Community College District. As the only community college located in downtown Dallas, we have a unique environment: creative, gritty, urban, and full of life. The work of our visual fine arts faculty reflects this vibrancy, as will be on display in this upcoming show.
Paige Prater "Impressive" (2014) Paige Prater
"Impressive" (2014)
Artists in the exhibition will include our full-time instructors / coordinators:

Anne Chrietzberg – functional ceramics
Randall Garrett – performance artifacts
Omar Hernandez - digital reliefs on wood
Rosemary Meza-DesPlas – figures drawn and sewn in human hair

...along with talented adjunct faculty members:

Barbara Armstrong – abstract design
Jill Foltz - conceptual installation
Brian Fridge – conceptual drawing on object
Teresa Gomez-Martorell – handmade printed books
Chaitra Linehan - nature themed painting and drawing
Paige Prater – relief printing
Amin Tejani – abstract painting

For more information, please contact Randall Garrett, El Centro College Gallery Director at 214-860-2115.

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