Cara Moskot, July 5 – 10, 2007
Cara Moskot presents her Master of Fine Arts Exhibition: Forming Sense From Out of Place from July 5-10, 2007 at Gallery 80808/Vista Studios, 808 Lady Street in Columbia’s downtown Vista. There will be an artist’s Reception on Friday, July 6, 5:00-7:00pm. Additional hours are from 1-5pm Weekdays, Saturday and Sunday and by appointment.
For more information, contact Cara Moskot at (225) 810-6615 or [email protected] Also, please visit the gallery’s website: www.gallery80808vistastudios.com or call (803) 252-6134.
Free parking for the exhibit is available after 6 PM in the city owner lot diagonally across Lady Street from the gallery…but entrance is off Washington Street across from the police station.
The following is Cara Moskot’s statement for this exhibit:
Moskot explores the relationship between material and concept in paintings inspired by experience. She uses visual language as an analogue to experience, and builds narratives based on sensation as tangible and intuitive. Born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Moskot identifies with its milieu as “melting pot”. Her academic and artistic background has been interdisciplinary, fueling interest in conceptual integration. Moskot received a Graduate Teaching Assistantship at the University of South Carolina and was a recipient of the inaugural Arts Institute 2005-2006 Residency Award. She has served as the Instructor of Record for Foundations Courses ARTS 103 and ARTS 112 at the University of South Carolina, Columbia.