by: Patrick Luber
March 19 - April 24, 2014
Kristin Wigley-Fleming Fine Arts Gallery, Center for the Arts
Chapel with Artist: Wednesday March 19, 10:30am, Center for the Arts Atrium
Artist Reception: Following Chapel Wednesday March 19, 2014 Kristen Wigley-Fleming Gallery
Patrick Luber is a professor of sculpture at the University of North Dakota. Luber earned his BA in sculpture from Greenville College, Greenville, IL, and his MA and MFA in sculpture from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Luber’s work focuses on the intersections of religion, individualism and popular culture in today’s society through the juxtaposition of figurative elements and everyday objects. He has exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Honors include: Best of Show from the 43rd Annual Juried Exhibition, Visual Arts Society of Texas, as well as similar awards from the 29th Annual Southeastern Montana, Custer County Art & Heritage Center and the Jamestown Art Center Juried Annual, Jamestown, ND. In addition to his work, Luber gives numerous lectures and published several articles on the topic of religion and individualism, his most recent being “Art and Popular Culture: An Artist’s Perspective,” presented at The Christian Evasion of Popular Culture Conference, Dordt College, Sioux Center, IA.