transitory trace made evident, an exhibition of recent work by artist Jane Allen Nodine will be on view in Mary Baldwin University’s Hunt Gallery October 1–26.
Nodine is professor of art and gallery director at University of South Carolina Upstate. Her work has taken many forms over the years including techniques in drawing, painting, design, jewelry-metalsmithing, installation, and photography. Her most recent research involves computer manipulation of digital imagery and techniques.
Nodine’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States and Europe and she has been recognized with numerous awards. She earned her BFA and MFA from University of South Carolina and has years of experience teaching at the college level. Nodine developed a program in art and Italian culture that gives students an opportunity to study and travel in Italy to locations including Milan, Venice, Florence, and Rome.
The public is invited to attend. Hunt Gallery is dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary work in all media by regionally and nationally recognized artists. The gallery is open to the public Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. during the college’s academic year.