Bio-Cosmic Expanse, (details from a large-scale installation)
oil, encaustic, aniline dye, shellac
March 7, 2016 - August 28, 2016Ticketing Lobby (South side)
Thomas Everett Green explores science, nature and biology through painting, sculpture and video installations. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Middle Tennessee State University, and Master of Fine Arts from Memphis College of Art, where he was the 2012-2013 recipient of the Hohenberg Scholarship. Green’s work has been featured in magazines in the United States, Mexico and Europe and has been shown in New York City, Nashville, Memphis, Seattle, Detroit and the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock. He was curator for the Center for the Arts in Murfreesboro, Tenn., 2011 – 2012 and has contributed to publications including Taxi Art Magazine of Guadalajara, Mexico, and Number: Inc., an independent journal of the Arts for Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas. Currently, Green teaches at Memphis College of Art and Arkansas State University Mid South. His work is in the collections of Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and West Cancer Center.
About Bio-Cosmic Expanse
Green states, “‘Bio-Cosmic Expanse’ is a large installation of paintings that mimic the planetary formation of our universe. The individual paintings are inspired by investigations into contemporary science and microscopic imaging. The ambiguities created in merging these worlds help generate a curiosity for each viewer to form their own interpretation into these vast worlds–both infinitesimal and far-reaching.”
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