A thesis exhibition by Allen Thomas Ball
Longleaf presents work from towns, defunct phosphate mines, and remote hunting camps within cultivated pine forests of North Central Florida using materials such as dirt, clay, charcoal, ash, and found objects.
The exhibit includes paintings, sculpture, video, and installations which are focused on non-agricultural human contact with the land to portray a panorama of human occupancy.
March 25 to March 29, 2019
Opening March 25, 5:00 - 8:00 PM
Pratt Institute, Delkalb Gallery
200 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn NY 11205
I’m pleased to announce I have been awarded with the Graduate Student Engagement Fund Grant from Pratt Institute. I will be creating a substantial fiberglass sculpture titled Topography not unlike Reap which will be designed for public parks and outdoor settings. The completed work is considered a commission by Pratt Institute as well as subsequent publications on the work.
For more information on the GSEF Grant click here
NOVEMBER 5 - 11, 2017
The Pfizer Building
Seventh Floor, Install Space 49
630 Flushing Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11206
The week long exhibit will be open during the Pratt MFA Open Studios