Van Dyke Student Center, Board of Visitors Lounge Tuesday, February 21, 7:30pm
The Implication is an exhibition by artist and professor Jacob Lunderby at The 1912 Gallery of Emory & Henry College from Wednesday, February 22 through Saturday, March 24 (except March 5-10), 2012. Lunderby will speak about his work during an Artalk on Tuesday, February 21 at 7:30 pm in the Board of Visitors Lounge of Van Dyke Center. The 1912 Gallery, located at the Emory Train Depot, will open at 6:30 pm for viewing and after the Artalk for a reception with the artist.
Lunderby thinks of his work as a means to contemplate social forces and possible realities while engaging in the ongoing dialogue between painting and photography. He constructs paintings through layers of images and patterns, forming new relationships that enfold meaning within strategies of repetition, simulation and duration.
An artist based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lunderby received a Master of Fine Arts in drawing and painting from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis in 2002 and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 1999. He exhibits his work both nationally and internationally and teaches design and drawing at Drexel University, Philadelphia.
Both the exhibit and the Artalk are free of charge. The 1912 Gallery is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, noon-5 pm or by appointment. Call 276.944.6866 for additional information or to make an appointment.