'From the Archives: Mary Apple' open through Dec. 17
Don’t miss the "From the Archives: Mary Apple" exhibit at the Bernice Coulter Templeton Gallery from Oct. 5 through Dec. 17.
The exhibit features a variety of color and black and white prints created through the artist’s lifetime.
“Mary was creative, sensitive and loving of all creatures, great and small. She was a true perceiver, finding joy in all people and things and having many friends and students from all walks of life," said Associate Dean of Freshmen and Professor of Theatre Arts & Communication Joe Brown. "She had a uniqueness about her and often was described as a 'Bohemihippie' by her colleagues during her time at Texas Wesleyan. Mary’s artwork displays her love for fairies, lizards, animals and a sense of down to earth freedom through the female form. This exhibit honors a very special and wonderful person in the history of Texas Wesleyan and its fine arts program."
About the Studio & Gallery
The Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio & Gallery is open to visitors Tuesday - Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Professors from all disciplines are invited and encouraged to use the gallery as an additional teaching tool. This university gallery belongs to the Wesleyan community and promises to provide an environment in which learning occurs and where cultural experiences expand creative and intellectual curiosity.