Baylor Art Faculty to Exhibit Work Oct. 6

September 27, 1995

Art faculty members of Baylor University will exhibit their works in the annual Art Faculty Show Oct. 6-25 in the University Gallery of the Hooper-Schaefer Fine Arts Center.
"Once a year the studio art faculty hold a show representing their current endeavors," said Paul A. McCoy, assistant professor of art. "We are very committed to it because it is important for our students to see what their professors are trying to convey artistically in the classroom and out."
In addition to McCoy, work will be exhibited by John D. McClanahan, professor and chair of art; Dr. Bob E. Cromer, assistant professor of art; Paul Z. Kemp, professor of art; Berry J. Klingman, professor of art; Mark Moran, assistant professor of art; Terry M. Roller, associate professor of art; Dr. Mary Ruth Smith, assistant professor of art education; and Karl A. Umlauf, professor of art and Artist-in-Residence.
"Each of these people have ongoing and developing bodies of work that are shown nationwide," said McCoy. "It is a special thing to get to see an artist's work in evolution, and our exhibitions have always gotten high marks year after year from visiting institutions. This will be a quiet but vibrant show.
"You don't have to be an art major to appreciate these works," he added. "The pieces shown are enjoyable regardless of your knowledge of art, and they challenge you as well."
The exhibit will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday. For more information, call 755-1867.