Monday, May 9, 2011

Leaving the Eva G. Farris Art Gallery and moving on..

Hello everyone!!

I wanted to tell you all how wonderful the last 4 years have been running the gallery at Thomas More College.

I will miss you all, especially Becky Bilbo, Barb Rauf, and Alison Shepard.

It's been a life changing time for me, and I will never forget the wonderful memories I have from running this space.

To everyone else, keep an eye on this blog!! The shows coming up next year are going to be fantastic!


Jennifer Feld

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Mallory Feltz

Mallory Feltz grew up the youngest of four children in a highly creative family in Dayton, Ohio. Gravitating toward art forms that were surprising, challenging, and extremely tactile, she found herself packing her belongings to move to Cincinnati, Ohio to attend the sculpture department at the University of Cincinnati, in their esteemed Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning program.
The thrill of winning juried art competitions and challenge of curating shows left her wanting more. After completing her B.F.A. from UC in 2006, Mallory moved to Baton Rouge, Louisiana where she earned her M.F.A. at Louisiana State University in Sculpture. For the last 8 years, Mallory has been exhibiting nationally at a professional level, with works shown in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, New York City, Brooklyn, Brookline (New Hampshire), Northern Kentucky, and Cincinnati. Ms. Feltz has two permanent public pieces on view, one in Hamilton, Ohio and one in Brookline, New Hampshire.
Her versatility, creative, and proficiency in a wide variety of materials earned her an Honorable Mention for the Outstanding Student Awards from the International Sculpture Center in 2007. Recently she was given a solo exhibit at The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center in Covington, KY during the “Isolation and Togetherness” show. 

"All this and More" New Work by Mallory Feltz

Thursday, February 3, 2011

"All This and More" New Work by Mallory Feltz

"All This and More" 
New work by Mallory Feltz

Friday, February 11 · 6:00pm - 8:00pm

LocationEva G. Farris Art Gallery at Thomas More College

"All This and More" opens Friday, February 11th from 6 to 8 pm.

Thomas More College is located at:
333 Thomas More Parkway
Crestview Hills, KY 41017
Directions to the Eva G. Farris Gallery: Take the Turkeyfoot Road exit off 275. Turn onto Thomas More Parkway. The first right will be VILLA MADONNA. Go into that entrance, and the parking area is on the left. The gallery is located in the SCIENCE CENTER/LIBRARY BUILDING. After you park, there is a set of cement stairs outside that will lead you up to the building . Go in the glass double doors, turn right, and the gallery is on your right about 15 feet down the hallway. 

The Eva G Farris Art Gallery is located inside the Science/ Library Building, on Villa Madonna off of Thomas More Parkway.

Hope to see you there!!! It will be a great show!!

Jennifer Feld
Gallery Director
Thomas More College
Eva G. Farris Art Gallery

More information about the artist: 

M.F.A. – Sculpture Studio Work
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA
College of Art & Design
Thesis Title: Yours, Mine, and Ours (April 2009)
Committee Members: Malcolm McClay (chair),
Loren Schwerd, Jeremiah Ariaz, Leslie Koptcho,
Nicola Camerlenghi

2001 – 2006
B.F.A. – Three-Dimensional Concentration
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning

Craftsummer Art Workshop
Miami University, Oxford, OH
Beginning Jewelry Fabrication (2002)

Blacksmithing (2003, 2005)

Lampwork Bead Making (2004, 2005, 2007)

The 9 - Collaborate Installation Art Group, Baton Rouge, LA

The 9: Give It Up, Give In, 640 Gallery, Baton Rouge, LA

The Hopkins Black Box Theater - Louisiana State University Performance Studies Theater Space
The Bauhaus, Written and Directed by Lisa Flannagan – designed 3 contemporary costumesbased on Bauhaus theories
Wind and Weather Permitting, Written and Directed by Ruth Bowman – created and installed center stage scenery; an umbrella pulley system

Scatterbrain - Sociopolitical Installation and Performance Group, Cincinnati, OH

2007 The Conservative Hall of Fame, The Art Academy, Cincinnati, OH
NoStorks (in conjunction with Art Rodeo), French Quarter Fest, New Orleans, LA, Curated by Malcolm McClay

They Can Hear You, SYNaesthesia Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
Scatterbrain… Bound by Leather, The Southgate House, Newport, KY

Slavery Still Exists, The Mockbee Gallery, Cincinnati, OH