2016 Faculty

Art Department Faculty Exhibition

September 6 – October 22016

Featuring Catherine Caesar, Steven Foutch, Dan Hammett,
Lyle Novinski, Kim Cadmus Owens, Phillip Shore, Juergen Strunck

Artist Phil Shore  Dream of a New Consiousness 2015

Phillip Shore, Dream of a New Consiousness


The Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery of the University of Dallas announces the opening of its Faculty Exhibition. Each art studio professor will have work presented in the exhibition. The show hosts a variety of different kinds of art that express the expertise of each artist, including sculpture, paintings, fine prints, photography and ceramics.

Current University of Dallas art studio professors that will display their work include Dan Hammett, Phillip Shore, Kim Cadmus Owens and Steven Foutch. Emeritus Professors Lyle Novinski and Juergen Strunck will have their work shown as well. Each chose artwork to best represent their approach and style. The exhibition attempts to depict the resources and the assets of the entire art department as a whole.

This is a unique opportunity to see the current work of the art studio professors from the University of Dallas. A closing reception and art talk by art history professor Catherine Caesar titled: Santos, Deer Tracks, and Statehood: Nineteenth-Century Southwestern Metalwork in Context will take place on Thursday, September 29th from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. Admission is free of charge.

owens painting

Kim Cadmus Owens, Buck & Ruck



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