Clemson University

-SCAPE MFA Thesis Art Exhibit

Featuring work by John Bolton, Glory Day Loflin and Caroline Myers
Mar. 27–Apr.12

M–F, 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Lee Gallery

Artist Talks & Reception: F, Mar. 31, 5–7 p.m.

“-SCAPE” is a three-person thesis exhibition by MFA candidates Jonathan Bolton, Glory Day Loflin and Caroline Myers. Through the lens of the psychological mindscape, social landscape, or cultural playscape, works showcased in this exhibition provide a fresh perspective on how we perceive and engage with the spaces we inhabit, both tangible and intangible. The exhibition interweaves personal histories, digital translations, and constructed realities, in works that reveal multiple facets of the suffix -scape.


Jonathan Bolton is an artist from Greenville, SC who graduated with a BFA from Winthrop University in 2021. His drawings explore a reconciliation with discomfort by embedding middle-American sites of respite into embodied, unknown spaces. His work questions the barriers of social and spatial perception through the fusion of figures, objects, space, and time.

Glory Day Loflin is an artist living and working in Greenville, SC. She graduated from The Cooper Union in 2014 and continued her education through assistantships at Penland School of Craft and Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. Her artwork is reflective of her life experience while straddling contemporary art and traditional craft practices.

Caroline Myers was raised in Mobile, AL and graduated with a BFA from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2021. Her hybridized practice of painting and drawing considers our interactions and perceptions through the digital lens as she contemplates the possibilities of contemporary portraiture. Through the manipulation of paint, her portraits serve as a material investigation of the intangible images and digital spaces that we inhabit.

Tuesday, March 28 at 9:00am to 4:30pm

More dates through April 12, 2023

Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall 323 Fernow St., Clemson, SC 29631

Notice of Non-Discrimination

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Arts/Entertainment, Exhibits, General, CVA, Lee Gallery

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General Public, Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, Parents/Guests, Undergraduate, Graduate, All Audiences, Postdocs


College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Art, Center for Visual Arts - CVA, Lee Gallery, Centers and Institutes




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