For the past 50+ years, the studio faculty from the UF School of Art + Art History have shown their work together in an annual collective exhibition that allows them to share their art practice with students, colleagues and the community. The current presentation marks the 53rd exhibition and the sixth time the Harn has hosted the show. The most recent works—some on view for the first time—by twenty-five faculty artists working in a varied range of media are featured in this year’s exhibition.

The 53rd SA+AH Studio Faculty Exhibition recognizes and applauds UF’s art faculty as individual artists and as a collective of art educators who inspire a community of students and colleagues. The exhibition provides visitors a glimpse into the creative and professional work of these exemplary artists and educators and affords an exclusive opportunity to view new directions in their work. Visitors to the exhibition will see an extensive and varied body of work featuring sculptures, paintings, drawings, photography, ceramics, fiber arts, mixed-media, video and installations. In addition, a video featuring art faculty at work in their studios and speaking briefly about their practices is included in the gallery.

UF’s SA+AH studio faculty are all well recognized artists in their own fields and regularly exhibit their work in galleries and museums throughout the United States and internationally. The artists represented include: Anthea Behm, Megan Moe Beitiks, David Bogus, Jillian Marie Browning, Anna Calluori Holcombe, Jarred Elrod, Katerie H. Gladdys, Patrick Grigsby, Richard C. Heipp, Lisa F. Igelsias, Ron Janowich, Daniel Jolliffe, Ellen Knudson, Sean Owen Miller, Julia Morrisroe, Robert Charles Mueller, Heidi C. Powell, Derek O. Reeverts, María Rogal, Craig Smith, Jack Stenner, Bethany Leighanne Taylor, Michelle Tillander, Lynn Tomaszewski, and Amy Vigilante.

This exhibition is made possible by the Londono Family Endowment and the Harn Program Endowment, with additional support from the Harn Annual Fund.


Heidi Powell
UF Assistant Professor of Art Education discusses her work, “Friendship Circle.”

Video production by Coral Dixon and Whitney Speck.

Jarred Elrod

UF Assistant Professor of Graphic Design discusses his work, “We are Proud to Present…”

Video production by Coral Dixon and Kara Gordon.

Lisa Iglesias

UF Assistant Professor of Drawing discusses her work, “Groundwork (or an incomplete and ongoing list of reasons to be hopeful)”

Video production by Sunny Khan, Coral Dixon and Brandon McKinley.

Special thanks to the University of Florida, College of the Arts, School of Art + Art History for the production of these videos.

Same as it ever was by Lynn Tomaszewski