Absence of Color is on display through November 13 at the McCutchan Exhibition Space located in the Wright Administration Building in front of the administrative offices. This exhibition promotes works executed in black and white and the numerous values in between. The drawings, prints, photographs, three-dimensional works and painting displayed here represent both the bold and subtle techniques of working achromatically. This exhibition is the first in a series of three that focuses on color, or the absence of it. The second and third in the series will examine monochromatic and multi-chromatic techniques respectively.
Jack Ashley '12, Lily of the Pit, pit-fired stoneware, 2012