Join artist Jerry Phillips in a low-key drawing workshop where he will demonstrate how he uses colored pencils and simple No. 2 graphite pencils. Explore your creativity while experimenting with color. You are encouraged to prepare for this ARTlab by collecting photographs or printed imagery that you find significant or interesting. The goal is to create some fun individual works as you play with the drawing medium.
About Jerry Phillips
Jerry Phillips is an artist living and creating in Nashville, Tennessee. He is the building manager, studio assistant, and gallery coordinator for the Vanderbilt University Department of Art and for Space 204, the contemporary gallery space located in the E. Bronson Ingram Studio Arts Center. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in printmaking and drawing from Murray State University in 2007 and his Master of Fine Arts degree in printmaking and drawing from Bradley University in 2010.
His work has appeared in exhibitions across the United States, with group shows at the Frist Art Museum, OZ Arts Nashville, and Red Arrow Gallery. Recent venues include Space 204 at Vanderbilt University; Red Garage Studios in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Gallery 336B at Illinois Central College–East Peoria Campus; Catapult Creative House at Southeastern Missouri State University; The Art Gallery (TAG) at Fayetteville Technical Community College, North Carolina; and the Yeiser Art Center in Paducah, Kentucky. He has also exhibited internationally in Melbourne, Australia, and Turin, Italy.