Public works of art at USF: A photo review

Screen Shot 2013-11-23 at 10.05.03 AM

If you are a USF student, chances are you’ve seen some of these public pieces while walking around. There’s always something, and it is always interesting. I think this was my favorite part of being a student here- it was never a dull day. This is a collection of photos of some of the works found throughout USF’s Tampa campus in the last few years. If you have any more photos you can share with us, please do! (via theartatusf)


Jason Lazarus, Occupy University of South Florida at Tampa public display and occupation, 2011. All images courtesy of the artist. For more info on this piece check out this article.


Screen Shot 2013-11-23 at 10.12.16 AM

‘An Open Source Dialogue’ in the Fine Arts Building hallway.


Screen Shot 2013-11-23 at 10.06.05 AMtumblr_ml0892zgtu1rxporeo1_500


Screen Shot 2013-11-23 at 10.28.37 AM

Student work by Laine Nixon


A student’s large-scale piece for the Contemporary Art Museum’s We Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends: MFA 2013 Graduation Exhibition.


Look! 2nd Saturday Art Walk – 5/12/12

We made seven stops on Saturday night’s art walk!  Here is a slide show of our travels.  Photos of the Warehouse Arts District are scant here because I’m saving them for an upcoming post.

Scroll to the bottom of the page for Art at Bay’s prestigious top three art walk works of art (aka my three favorite)!  What were yours?

This slideshow requires JavaScript.


Billy Cole, Absence – at Blue Lucy’s Scratching the Surface


Kristen Bellomo, Wolves Don’t Hate, Black copper paint on cardboard (at C. Emerson Fine Arts)

…and #1

Lorrie Fredette, The Great Silence, Beeswax, tree resin, muslin, brass, steel and nylon line, 74 x 194 x 68 in. (from Wax: Medium Meets Message at the Morean Arts Center)

Note:  After Ramblin’ Rose I had to head home and entirely neglected to take photos of work from artist Zoe Sierra Hill.  Check out her work here.

Look! Tempus for The Spring

Need an alibi for your whereabouts last night?  If you’re a Bay area art-worlder you were likely here, Tempus for the Spring.  Look for a proper review soon and enjoy these photos meanwhile.

The courtyard near the CL Space

Theo Wujcik, Arts Grip, Acrylic on canvas, 2011

Art by George Anderton (five pieces on the left) and Justin Nelson (one piece on the right)

Video work by Kurt Piazza in the background