Tag: Clayton Merrell

Professor Susanne Slavick Curates “When The Bough Breaks”

Blue landscape painting with yellow and orange flames in the bottom right corner

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 »

Clayton Merrell

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 »