UCF student Bryce Hammond’s painting was featured at the Verge Art Brooklyn Art Fair during last week’s New York Armory Week.
Verge Art Brooklyn is a highly competitive national art fair juried by a panel of distinguished arts professionals, curators and critics.
Hammond, a first-year student in the MFA Studio Art & the Computer program, applied to the exhibition for a midterm project in The Professional Practice in Art, a class taught by Elizabeth Brady Robinson, an associate professor in the School of Visual Arts and Design.
Hammond’s work wasexhibited to a large audience of collectors, curators, critics and arts patronsat Armory Week, one of the largest art fairs in the nation.
The Verge Art Brooklyn exhibition featured 70 gallery exhibitors and 40participants from international galleries and independent artists.
Hammond’s next project will be to curate a national exhibition titled “Looking Back, Trudging Forward” at B-Complex in Atlanta. The exhibition opens March 11.
Click here to view Hammond’s e-portfolio.