Meredith Jack: Back in Black
Art Museum of Southeast Texas
January 21 through April 8, 2012
Meredith Jack: Back in Black will include recent works by this Houston-based artist who is widely respected in Southeast Texas as a sculptor, molten metal caster, fine arts instructor and mentor.
Jack’s exhibition title reflects the theme of the exhibition which is all non-referential, black sculptures created in a variety of metals including bronze, steel and aluminum.
The recently retired Lamar University professor earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in drawing and printmaking from the University of Kansas in Lawrence and Master of Fine Arts in sculpture from the Tyler School of Art/Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Meredith Jack: Back in Black is organized by AMSET and funded in part by Sheila & Jerry Reese and Susan & Jordan Reese, the C. Homer and Edith Fuller Chambers Charitable Foundation, Helen Caldwell Locke and Curtis Blakey Locke Charitable Foundation, Southeast Texas Arts Council, Dorothy Anne Conn, City of Beaumont, and the Texas Commission on the Arts.