FACULTY LECTURE: HOLLY HUGHES AND LORNA MEADEN
March 26, 2019
Event will take place in Schermer Meeting Hall and is free and open to the public.
Working in painting, printmaking and ceramics, Holly Hughes’ work is inspired by decorative arts and nature. Recent exhibitions include a salon style museum installation, Blazon, at the Dorsky Museum. A frequent Anderson Ranch faculty member, Holly is a full professor in painting at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Lorna Meaden received an MFA in ceramics from Ohio University. She has been a resident artist at the Archie Bray Foundation and Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Her work is represented by several galleries nationwide. She has taught workshops nationally and internationally, in addition to being featured as a demonstrator and lecturer at NCECA and Utilitarian Clay at Arrowmont. Lorna is a studio potter in Durango, CO.