“When the Bough Breaks” is a collection of paintings accompanied by poetry and the written word that embrace the tree.
Tag: Clayton Merrell
“When the Bough Breaks” includes work by Professors Clayton Merrell and Patricia Bellan-Gillen and Alex Lukas MFA ’17.
For the 937 Gallery in Pittsburgh, Susanne Slavick curates the exhibition “When the Bough Breaks,” on view September 20 through December 31. The exhibition includes work by Professors Clayton Merrell and Susanne Slavick, Professor Emerita Patricia Bellan-Gillen, and Alex Lukas (MFA ’18), among others. In a 1940 poem, Bertolt Brecht asked: “What kind of times… Read more »
The program, part of Mass MoCA’s Assets for Artists program, provided fully-funded residencies for 23 artists.
The grant will be used to develop a new body of visual art that explores global ecology by transforming images of classical and sublime landscapes.
School of Art Professors Clayton Merrell and Imin Yeh, along with alumni Crystala Armagost BFA ‘03, Terry Boyd BFA ‘09, Sarika Goulatia BFA ‘06, Samira Shaheen BFA ‘81, are among the artists in the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh’s 106th Annual Exhibition.
“Artists Who Teach” brings together professors and instructors from colleges and universities across southwestern Pennsylvania.
Professor Merrell’s work is included in an exhibition at Roswell Museum and Art Center of current and former fellows of the Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program.
Curated by Corey Carrington, “Electric Kool-Aid” explores Psychedelia through the lenses of Afro-Futurism and Afro-Surrealism.
Clayton Merrell grew up in Pittsburgh, PA, and Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela. He studied painting and printmaking at the Yale School of Art, where he earned an MFA in 1995. He was awarded a Fulbright Grant for research and creative work in Oaxaca, Mexico in 1996-97. His work is exhibited widely, with recent exhibitions at: Slow… Read more »