Not Quite There
April 8 - 29, 2016
Reception: April 8, 2016; 6 - 9pm
Work by William Jenkins, Emily McBurnett, Elizabeth Sage, Kayce Denkhaus.
This group exhibition features the work of four BFA students from Texas Christian University. The work in this exhibition explores the complicated relationship between place, memory, and reality.
Kayce Denkhaus is a DFW based artist, interested in breaking down photographic imagery to further the story-lines found within them. She accomplishes this through the use of a variety of printmaking processes and the layering of imagery.
William Jenkins is a senior painting major at TCU with interests in the realm of psychology. He is interested in how the mind interprets abstract artwork. William is also interested in therapeutic arts.
Emily McBurnett is a senior BFA painting major from San Antonio Texas. Through painting and printmaking, her work focuses on the odd and sometimes alien flora found in underwater and desert ecosystems.
Elizabeth Sage is a Fort Worth-based oil painter who explores light’s variance through sunrises and sunsets in the Texas landscape. She uses photographs and plain-air studies from her time in the Texas countryside to help her better capture these fleeting moments on her larger canvases.