Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1983

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Liberal Fine Arts Artistic plendor Faculty members participated in a joint art show with art culty members from Hardin-Simmons University and lcMurry College at the Abilene Fine Arts Museum April 5- lay 2. Dr. Brent Green, department chairman, displayed an mstract painting titled "Man." Other of Greens works .own included an oil painting and two reliefs. Arthur Williams, associate professor, displayed two ulptures. A bronze and euerdure sculpture was titled "Split :ed X," and a cast resin sculpture was called "Illusion," jeff Tabor, assistant professor, displayed four paintings me in acrylic. His works were titled "Composites New lexico Landscape," "Beyond Artesia," "Overlooking Green 3 1 hmeaiyr. Glory" and "Artesia Dusk II." Mel Ristau, assistant professor, showed graphic design works. Among these works were trademarks he had done for World Christian Broadcasting Corporation, Abilene In- dependent School District and Media Southwest. Ted Rose, associate professor, and Gina Sadler, part-time instructor, also displayed works at the tri-college show. Several faculty members participated in various art shows during the year, and some received recognition for their work. Tabor won first place in the Seventh Biennial Five-State Art Exhibition in Port Arthur. He received 3750 for his pain- ting "Artesia Dusk," an acrylic done on a masonite panel. Tabor also won a 3400 juror award for a painting selected by jane Livingston, assistant director of the Concoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Ristau, graphics instructor, was moved to a full-time faculty position. He had previously been a part-time faculty member. The New Masters participated in several events this year. To raise money for student art supplies, the New Masters and the Women of ACU sponsored a sale at Christmas. Students sold artwork done in their classes, said Wes Thorn- ton, senior from Cedar Hill and president of the club. Two students also were honored with a Kappa Pi Art Scholarship. Gladys Cozby won first place, and Patty jones received third place. This marked the third year in a row that an ACU student received top honors, said Thornton. The department sponsored field trips to Dallas. Students attended a graphic design contest and seminar and also at- tended an aft show. - Tammy Dahlof Top Iett: Joe Mahsttey gives the rattlesnake dinner a herd look at the art cIub's picnic. Top right: Tammy Black works on e painting tor class. Bottom Iett: Dr. Brent Green gives e student suggestions about her Z painting. Bottom right: fr Group picture. J files 0 wwls. .41 if FRONT ROW: Art Williams, Virginia Sadler, jeff Tabor. ROW 2: Norman Whitefield, Ted Rose, Mel Ristau, 3 Brent Green. 5 Art f 313

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