On view April 1 – June 4, 2016
Leroy Lamis (1925-2010) was an American sculptor, digital artist and art education known for his work in Plexiglas. Born in Iowa, Lamis taught at Indiana State University from 1961-1988, where he influenced many young sculptors. Geometry formed the basis of his sculptures from the 1960s, as he cut colored Plexiglas into cubes, stacked it in layers, and glued it together. In 1965, Lamis described his artistic process, saying, “My work has something to do with perfection, space, and contemplation.”
Friday, April 1, 6 – 9 pm
First Friday & Opening Reception
Saturday, April 9, 1 – 3 pm
Second Saturday Studio: Digital Art
View early examples of digital art by Leroy Lamis, and create your own work using technology.
Saturday, May 21, 2 pm
Former students of Leroy Lamis will discuss the impact his teaching had on their art careers.