May 25, 2022

UMW Galleries Presents THREE New Exhibitions

Timmerman Daugherty, "In Shining Armor," 2016. Ceramic mosaic, beaded fabric, sequins, found objects. UMW Permanent Collection.

Timmerman Daugherty, “In Shining Armor,” 2016. Ceramic mosaic, beaded fabric, sequins, found objects. UMW Permanent Collection.

The University of Mary Washington Galleries is pleased to present our last three shows of the Spring 2022 season!
The Annual Student Art Exhibition, currently featured in the duPont Gallery; the Intern Curated Exhibition: Women by Women, currently featured in the Ridderhof Martin Gallery; and the Senior Exhibition, currently featured on the first floor of the University Center.

Hours & Admission:
All three of these exhibitions are currently open. The Annual Student Art Exhibition and the Intern Curated Exhibition are open Tuesday through Friday, from 10am to 4pm, also Saturday and Sunday, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The last day to view these shows is Sunday. The Senior Exhibition is open every day from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. The last day to view this show is Thursday the 28th.  Admission is always free.

Contact Us:
If you have any questions, please call (540) 654-1013, or email us at gallery@umw.edu. The attached images are from the Intern Curated Exhibition: Women by Women, which will be on display until September. If you would like to schedule a private tour outside of regular gallery hours, please email Rachel at rbailey@umw.edu.

Featured Artwork: 
Timmerman Daugherty, “In Shining Armor,” 2016. Ceramic mosaic, beaded fabric, sequins, found objects. UMW Permanent Collection.

Annual Student Art Exhibition 2022 Award Winners:
Jenell Poling, “Egg” won an Award of Excellence.
Emma Bower, “Obstructive Obsessions”  won an Award of Excellence.
Paula Zuleta, “Escape”  won an Award of Excellence.
Shanna Aberle, “Coopered Door Stand”  won an Award of Excellence.
Colleen Cragun, “The ZuZu Channel”  won the Ann Elizabeth Collins ’73 Memorial Art Award.
Jasper Drilling, “Hiding” won the Emil Schnellock Award for Excellence in Painting.
Emily Warren, “Two Hearts” won the Melchers-Gray Purchase Award in Studio Art.
Sophia Maldonado won the Melchers Award for Excellence in Art History.
Maya Kirkpatrick won the Art History Award for Outstanding Research.