Faculty and Staff Artwork on Display in Gulf Coast Library

News item published on: 2015-06-04 13:28:52

Artwork created by members of the University faculty and staff is currently on display in the Gulf Coast Library on the Gulf Park campus.

Featured artwork includes paintings by Kathie Farrell, Gulf Coast Library Media Specialist; Jeremy Morgan, University Police; and Carla Carlson, Cook Library Serials Coordinator. Photographs by Marlene Naquin, an instructor in the College of Science and Technology, are exhibited on the first floor. Also, on display are photographs by Jorge Brown, Gulf Coast Library Access Services Librarian; Jack Covarrubias, Director, Gulf Coast Learning Commons; Marie Petry, Gulf Coast part-time librarian; and Trey Gill, IVN Coordinator with Gulf Coast iTech.

A display case on the first floor features handcrafted jewelry by Annette Copeland, Graduate Program Coordinator in the College of Arts and Letters. The second floor display cases feature pottery by Marlene Naquin and watercolor portraits by Jason Bigelow, Director of the Gulf Park Physical Plant O and M Administration.

Selected items are available for sale, and all items are available for viewing during regular library hours until the end of July. For more information, contact the Gulf Coast Library at 228.214.3450.