Clemson University

Gunnin Architecture Library Presents “Reconstructing Potential: A Study of Landscape, Nature and the Built Environment”

The Gunnin Architecture Library is proud to announce the upcoming exhibit: “Reconstructing Potential: A Study of Landscape, Nature and the Built Environment”.  The exhibition features 10 artists and future architects within the Schools of Art, Architecture and Graphic Communications and will be on view November 26, 2018-February 26 2019.  Incorporating a wide variety of materials, processes and unconventional painting and drawing techniques, the works are organic in form and representative of nature, landscape and botanical interpretation. 

This exhibit’s featured students  include MFA candidates Amanda Musick, Annamarie Williams, and Andrea Garland , undergraduate students, Hannah Cupp, Katherine Kesey and Holly Rizer and architecture students, Jean Pierre Wersinger, Benjamin Wofferd and Spencer Hutchinson. Also showcased is work by Professor Emeritus of Architecture and Japan’s Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold Rays Medal recipient, Yuji Kishimoto.

Exhibit is free and open to the public Monday-Friday 8AM – 4:30PM.


Saturday, February 23

More dates through February 26, 2019

Gunnin Architecture Library, 2-112 Lee Hall 323 Fernow St., Clemson, SC 29634, USA

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Arts/Entertainment, Exhibits


Libraries, College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities



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