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'Eye-Mind-Body' presents drawing in action

Published on March 07, 2022

'Eye-Mind-Body' presents drawing in action

Eastern Connecticut State University’s Art Gallery has opened a new exhibit for the months of March and April. “Eye-Mind-Body: Drawing as Action Exhibition” is open to the public through April 22. Admission is free. 

The new exhibition features Bruce Samuelson, Colleen Coleman, Gabriel Warren, Katie Fogg and Jerry Montoya. "Each brings their own unique rationales and processes to the actions of drawing,” said Mark Gerard McKee, curator of the exhibition.  

“Far from simply a transcription of visual experience, drawing is a phenomenal and a physical act; it uniquely engages eye, mind and body,” said McKee. “Whether epically large or intimately small, representational or abstract, intensely observational or kinetically performative, drawing is a choreography of observation, interpretation and movement.”  

"Eye-Mind-Body" kicked off Feb. 24 with a performance illustration by featured artist Coleman, which she completed in two hours before a live audience in the Art Gallery.

On March 26, artist Katie Fogg will be perform an installation of her work in the gallery at noon. 

The Art Gallery is open Monday and Wednesday from 12-4 p.m.; Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 12-7 p.m.; and Saturday: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. For more information, visit or contact the gallery at (860) 465-4659.

Written by Molly Boucher

Categories: Art Gallery, Arts