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3 Here to There Since its beginnings the Huntington Museum of Art has sought to serve artists throughout the state of West Virginia by providing opportunities for exhibiting their work. Certainly one of the rich- est talent pools within the state exists in the art departments at the colleges and universities in West Virginia the largest of which is in Morgantown at West Virginia University. Here to There is an exhibition of work that showcases the award- winning faculty of West Virginia Universitys School of Art De- sign. Alison Helm Director of the School of Art Design says The exhibition is a way of symbolically connecting not only two ends of the state but also the experiences of the artists who share similar elements of place facilities technology and robust stylistic languages. We share common ground situated within the borders of this lushly inspiring state. From us to you from artists to view- ers our work is about diversity of communication visual phrasing systems of materiality artificial landscapes reproduction and em- ploying a wide variety of aesthetics with a willingness to take risks. Fourteen artists will exhibit work in a wide range of materials and formats from painting and ceramics to electronic media. The faculty who will participate include Dylan Collins Sculpture Eve Faulkes Graphic Design Joseph Galbreath Graphic Design Gerald Habarth Electronic Media Alison Helm Sculpture Jason Lee FoundationsSculpture Joseph Lupo Printmaking Robert Boomer Moore Ceramics Jeffrey Moser Interactive Media Design Kofi Opoku Graphic Design Shoji Stake Ce- ramics Amy Schissel Painting Michael Sherwin Photography and Naijun Zhang Painting. An illustrated catalog will accom- pany the exhibition. We are grateful to our funders the Colonel Eugene E. Myers Foundations and the Dr. Hubert E. Traude E. Martin Endowment who have made this exhibition and publica- tion a reality Helm said. This exhibit is part of HMAs ongoing efforts to highlight the work of West Virginia artists and follows The Art of Teaching Art Marshall University Visual Art Faculty Show which ran at HMA from Nov. 23 2013 through Feb. 2 2014 Daywood Gallery March 19-June 12 2016 Opening Reception will take place on March 19 2016 from 6 to 8 p.m. Admission to this event is free. Presented with support from The Colonel Eugene E. Myers Foundations and The Dr. Hubert E. Traude E. Martin Endowment. Gold Mountaineer Sponsor for this exhibit is Medical Practice Management Solutions. This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the National Endowment for the Arts with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts. Alison Helm Spectral Interaction 2015. Painted wood bismuth cast resin stainless steel 3 x3 x 15. Image courtesy of the artist. An Exhibition of Work by West Virginia University School of Art Design Faculty