Brian Ferrell: Finding the Details at the Intersection
Brian Ferrell is an artist who creates sculpture in functional forms. His multi-media designs play on subtle contours, daring construction, and hidden details. This manipulation of materials allows him to stretch expectations of common objects. Ferrell’s work is a tactile experience, drawing on influences that include architecture, philosophy, and music.
Ferrell was honored with a solo exhibition at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater during the summer of 2008. He holds a BFA in Jewelry/Metals from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and an MFA from the Program in Artisanry at University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth.
This acclaimed weekly lecture series brings in artists, designers, and critical theorists from around the world. All lecture presentations take place 5-6pm in the SJSU Art Lecture Hall (Room 133), unless otherwise indicated. Free and open to the public!
Date(s) - October 16, 2018
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm