We had the chance recently to sit down with Professor Michael Warrick, the sculpture coordinator in the UALR Art Department. Visitors to the UALR gallery can view his work now through Sunday, February 26.
“Life Forms” (via MichaelWarrick.com)
The exhibit on display through Sunday, Feb. 26 is titled “Life Forms” and includes concept drawings, collaborative animation proposals, photographs, and sculpture in bronze, wood, and stone created from 2008-2011.
These pieces were created while on an off campus duty assignment from the University of Arkansas, while an artist-in-residence at the Cargo/Wheeler Studio in Clough, Northern Ireland, and while in residence at the 9th International Sculpture Symposium in Changchun, China.
Michael will also give a gallery talk at 12:45 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7, in the Fine Arts Building Gallery II.
Michael continues to work on a cast bronze and fabricated stainless steel sculpture that will celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the Central Arkansas Library.