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Virtual Exhibits

Unity - 2021 Senior Art Show

March 31 - April 20, 2021 - Artworks created by graduating William Woods University’s senior art majors will be showcased in this exhibition at the Mildred M. Cox Gallery. This exhibition includes productions of independent work, including photographs, sculptures, drawings, designs and prints by Maddie Carlson, Lexi Epple, Rosemary Lenz, Elli Luebbert, Allison Peak, Madison Schutz, Audrey Stokes, Arien Roden and Madeline Trusty.

Students, faculty, and staff are invited to view the show in person within the gallery, while off campus individuals are invited to see the works through our virtual show.

The Color Out of Space by Jack Brix

March 1 - 12, 2021 - Diverse artworks including graphic art, photography, prints, ceramics, and paintings will be featured in the 2021 Student Art Exhibition at Mildred M. Cox Gallery. The exhibition will highlight the talent and creative works of undergraduate student artists currently enrolled at William Woods University.

Vanitas Still Life 14 by Bethanie Irons

January 19 - February 17, 2021 - Artworks created by the faculty will be showcased in the annual Art Faculty Exhibition at the Mildred M. Cox Gallery. The exhibition offers students, faculty and staff an opportunity to view the creative talents of the Art faculty at William Woods University. Participating Faculty: Prof. Rachel Deutmeyer, Dr. Charles Dodoo, Dr. Bethanie Irons, and Prof. Valerie Wedel.

City of Columbia, mixed-media piece by Jenny McGee.

October 12 - November 12, 2020 - After two years of intensive treatment for Stage 3 breast cancer, Jenny McGee came to the realization that to go beyond the day-to-day survival mode, her love of art could be used to express emotions and emulate the beauty that surrounds us and found within each one of us.

Meditation on the Music of J.S. Bach by John Fennell

August 24 - October 9, 2020 - Chicago native John Fennell has been a painter for more than 35 years and now works in Columbia out of Orr Street Studios. Eclectic in his artistic influences, Fennell paints landscapes, jazz-inspired cityscapes and abstractions, all of which depend upon form, color and light.