2019 SSC Art Exhibit featuring Little Slices of Heaven on HW 27 Preview


Information compiled and written by Nathan Wertheimer

The 2018-2019 season starts with an art exhibit featuring Artist Chase Wilson King at the Seminole State College Art Gallery. This art exhibit runs from January 10-31, 2019. This show closes on the last day at noontime. All Students, Faculty, Staff, and the General Public are welcome to view these featured works of art during the regular Art Gallery hours along with theater intermission time too. This is a free art exhibit open to everyone.

Everyone is invited to attend the Open Reception on Thursday, January 10, 2019, from 5-7pm. The artist is expected to make a brief presentation about his work. Followed by questions and answers session from the artist. After the gallery talk, light hors d’oeuvres are served.

It is a quick drive from Downtown Orlando to the Main Campus of Seminole State College in Sanford. Check your GPS for the best route to the college. When arriving on Seminole State College property to visit Art Gallery at the Center for Fine and Performance Arts, you will want to park closest to the Performing and Fine Arts Building. Look for signs direction drivers to the Art Gallery. Parking is free. Then look for the G-building, which has a brick exterior. There are multi-able entrances.

Here is a brief summary about this exhibit. The New Year starts with a lesson of Florida history through art. Little Slices of Heaven on HW 27 is a traveling exhibit making a stop at Seminole State College Fine Arts Gallery. The exhibit is produced and curated by Megan Paquette Stepe of The Museum of Florida Art and Culture. It’s a visual history of the “backbone of Florida” through photographs, memorabilia, artifacts, and fine art from Florida artist and art institutions. Artists participating in this exhibit include Richard Reep, Blair Updike, Shannon Cummings, Johanna O’Donnell, Carl Knickerbocker, Curtis Nelson and Cindy Eaton. To learn more about this exhibit please visit http://mofac.org/

When visiting the SSC Art Gallery, visitors will get to view King’s series of abstract conceptual mixed-media paintings and cyano-types masterpieces. These works of art have a free form abstract style. Some art may have hidden objects and elements in the work. King forces the viewer to analyze the piece to see what he or she will notice. Viewers will notice some clues inside the artwork based on the title of the piece. It is always best to always read the artwork title first before viewing it. Some of King’s works maybe for sell. If interested in any art piece see Art Gallery Curator for more details.

When visiting the SSC Art Gallery, there are several prohibited items, which are large bags, backpacks, video/still cameras, selfie sticks, food and drinks, etc. Also, it is encouraged to donate to the monetary fund to keep this art gallery running into the future.

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