Adele Wayman: A Retrospective (1962-2014)
February 17-May 16, 2014, Main Gallery and the Robert C. Ketner Vitrine
This exhibition presents the art of H. Curt and Patricia S.Hege Professor of Art Adele Wayman, who has taught art at Guilford College for the past forty years.
Related Events and Programming
Thursday, February 20, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., Art Gallery, Hege Library
Meditations of a Woman Painter II
Thursday, March 6, 2014, 7:00 p.m., Art Gallery, Hege Library
Adele Wayman and Carol Stoneburner, retired director of faculty development and coordinator of Women’s Studies, will share a public dialogue about Wayman’s art & teaching and how it was influenced by Feminism and the Women’s Studies program at Guilford College.
A Celebration of Adele Wayman’s 40-year Teaching Career and Retirement
April 11-12, Various locations. Co-sponsored by the Office of Alumni Affairs and the Art Department
Alumni, faculty, staff and friends will share recollections of Adele’s gifts of inspiration, energy, passion and dedication to her students. Details to be announced.
The Permanent Collection offers something of value for a wide variety of visitors with its broad representation of periods, styles and cultures. Initially formed in 1973, the permanent collection was significantly expanded in 1986 with contributions by Rachel and Allen Weller, and by Ruth and Ira Julian, dedicated art collectors. Recently, Dr. A. Kelly Maness Jr. expanded the holdings with the contribution of a noteworthy collection of African sculpture. Spanning more than 4000 years and four continents, the permanent collection now includes more than 1500 original works of art by more than 600 artists.
The collections serve as a primary source of knowledge and inspiration for use by students and the community at large. While 20th century American art is predominant, the collection also includes internationally renowned artists such as Rembrandt, Picasso and Dalí, works from the Renaissance and Baroque periods, an impressive selection of contemporary Polish etchings and engravings, and a small collection of Josef and Anni Albers art and archival material.
The Art Gallery encourages faculty and students to utilize its resources and seeks to integrate its activities into the College’s academic program and curricular initiatives. In addition to serving the needs of the College community, the Art Gallery is committed to making its collections and programming widely available at no charge.
to view current collections in the Art Gallery.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday – Friday
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Sundays (during the academic year)
Atrium galleries and vitrine displays are open during Hege Library hours, call (336) 316-2438 (recorded message) or (336) 316-2251. The Art Gallery is closed during College holidays.
Admission: Admission to the Art Gallery is free. Access for disabled visitors is via a ramp at the north side of the building.
Gallery Tours: Tours may be scheduled by appointment.
For more information about scheduling a tour, email Theresa Hammond in advance, or call 336.316.2438.