By Ramie Churchill
The Guest Art Exhibition featuring Mark Brosseau is currently on display at the University of Saint Mary. The art show is located in the Goppert Gallery, and is on exhibit from February 22nd through March 8th, 9 am to 3 pm. There’s free admission to both students and faculty. The opening reception was held Friday, February 22nd from 3-5 pm.
Mark Brosseau, a lecturer at Clemson University, received a bachelor of arts degree in studio art at Dartmouth College and a masters in fine arts in painting from the University of Pennsylvania School of Design. His collection is called “in far fetched” and it explores all the things you may overlook in nature. He is inspired by his love for science, most particularly chemistry. Brosseau finds it fascinating how each element supports another element’s functionally. He relies on his art to express the most unexplainable nature wonders. He does all this so that we have a better understanding of the interworking of the world.
The artwork on display had abstract details, showing the interworking of the world and how complicated it can be. The art had all different designs and lines that intertwined and connected with others showing all the parts of life that connect and how you continue going forward no matter what. You could spend a while looking at his work, and interpreting it anyway you want. You can see anything you want to see. Go check it out for yourself.
Ramie Churchill is a student at the University of Saint Mary studying Digital Communications