January 8 - March 6, 2015
CMU alumna Aimee Brasseur returns to campus to present her unique photography
in an exhibit titled: Self-Reflected.
The show will consist primarily of the artist's composite photography work, including pieces centered around the themes of memory, time and emotion. Two-parts storytelling, one-part catharsis, each image is an allegorical representation of a page in her personal history. In addressing the challenges she has faced, Brasseur strikes a rich and universal chord as she transforms the negative into a positive by way of her stunning and unsettling imagery. The process of engagement, intuition and transformation is a personal credo for Aimee and she manages to work her artistic alchemy to her benefit as well as our own.
March 16 - April 10, 2015
Exhibit opening & artist talk
Monday, March 16, 6-8pm, Park Library Auditorium
The artist's paintings feature characters looking forward to the Next Big Thing:
The 21st Century. But now that we are here, what have we got?
What is it we now hope for?
Blem's work is nostalgic,
a tad melancholy and mostly ironic
when viewed through the lenses of 21st century reto-vintage frames.
The Timeless Beauty of Michigan
Rex F. Tower
Plein air painter
April 15 - June 19, 2015
Exhibit opening and Reception
April 15, 4-6pm Baber Room
This Michigan artist paints both in studio and as a plein air painter.
He works to show the beauty of the world, using light as his focal point.
painting: October Light
July & Aug, 2015
This sculptor endeavors to raise ecological consciousness by capturing
the mark of existence in something that is fleeting. She interprets natural forms
by combining materials such as metals and concrete
to evoke the influence of industry and development.
Michigan Water Color Society
September 17 through October 15, 2015
A selection of some of the best works of The Michigan Water Color Society
with an emphasis on self-discovery and personal content, rather than technique alone.
October 16 - December 2015
Jones considers herself a colorist.
"The focus of my painting is the relationship of color and energy.
Color is the universal language."
All exhibits are free and open to the public
University Libraries Exhibit Coordinator