Clay Work to Be Honored Saturday, February 13

Posted on 2/10/2016 1:55:35 PM

The work of IUP art professor emeritus Vaughn Clay will be honored at a public reception on Saturday, February 13, 2016, from 6:00–8:30 p.m. Hosted by the University Museum board of directors, it will be held in the first floor atrium of IUP’s new College of Humanities and Social Sciences Building. Admission is free.

Clay has made a gift to the University Museum of 13 works, in various formats, for long-term display in the new building. Pieces from Clay’s Spiritual Series, Constructivist Series, and Gasoline Dreams series are on display throughout the building, beginning with “Silver Arrows” in the atrium.

The artist will conduct a tour and talk about his work in the building at 7:00 p.m.

In addition to Clay’s paintings, there are 13 photographs by William Double on permanent display in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences building. Double’s photos are assorted images from his world travels and will also be on view during the reception.

For more information, please contact the University Museum at 724-357-2397.

Pictured below is Vaughn Clay and his painting "Silver Arrows."

Vaughn Clay and Silver Arrows