"Homecoming: JBU Alumni Invitational Exhibit" - October 2015
Featured artists: John Spriggs, Jason Flack, Kyle Armstrong, Kyle Blair, Jeremy Grant, Natalie K. Nelson and John Holcomb
"Silent Witness" - September 2015
Paintings by Joel Sheesley
"From Countryside to Courtyards" - April 2015
Paintings by Peter Pohle
JBU Art Professor Peter Pohle is sharing his oil paintings from his recent sabbatical in Germany and Ireland as well as local plein air pieces.
"Student Works Show" - February 2014
The Student Works Show is an annual gallery exhibit of student artwork, hosted by the Visual Art Foundry. Work is submitted in the categories of fine art, illustration, 3D modeling/animation, graphic design, photography, darkroom photography/printmaking, and digital cinema. The work was judged by professional artists and cash prizes were awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each category at the Arties. Annee Hofstra won the People's Choice Award and Dana Zimmerman won the Best in Show (Faculty Choice) Award.
"Arkansas Wilderness: A Rare Quality of Light" - January 2015
Photography by Tim Ernst
Tim Ernst is a renowned Arkansas nature photographer. His outstanding photographs have been seen in National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer, The New York Times, and others.
"Seasoned Threads" - November 2014
Paintings by Erin Shaw
Through her strongly horizontal and richly colored paintings, Erin Shaw deals with the dualities we all carry inside of us through visual storytelling. The colors, textures and messages of the artwork are a feast to the eyes.
"Bound for Glory" - October 2014
Calligraphy by Timothy Botts
Celebrating the gift of African American spirituals through expressive calligraphy.
"Saturation Point 2: Where Color and Composition Meet" - September 2014
Paintings by Robin Hazard Bishop
"Illustrators 55: Society of Illustrators" - April 2014
Student Works Show: Feb-Mar 2014
Digital Art, Fine Art, Illustration, Digital Cinema, Graphic Design, and Photography of JBU Art Students
"Cloth Journey" - Jan-Feb 2014
Shirley Cunningham: Artist in Cloth