Daryn Lowman of Art Faculty to
Speak at Meijer Gardens on
Posted March 19, 2002
HOLLAND -- Daryn Lowman of the Hope College art
faculty will lead a gallery walk at the Frederik Meijer
Gardens on Saturday, April 6, at 2 p.m.
Lowman, a part-time lecturer in art, is among
several artists to have work included in the exhibition
"Master Teachers II: West Michigan Ceramics Faculty." The
exhibition opened on Friday, March 15, and is continuing
through Sunday, May 5.
Lowman joined the Hope faculty in the fall of
2001. He previously taught at Indiana University of
Pennsylvania and the Twin Cities Campus of the University of
Minnesota. He has had work included in juried exhibitions
around the country.
He holds a bachelor's degree from the University
of Alaska, Fairbanks; an M.A. from Indiana University of
Pennsylvania; and an M.F.A. from the University of
"Master Teachers II: West Michigan Ceramics
Faculty" is the second half of an exhibition dedicated to
the sculpture and three-dimensional design faculty of West
Michigan. The focus is on faculty who teach ceramics or
work primarily in ceramics from schools including Aquinas
College, Calvin College, Grand Rapids Community College,
Grand Valley State University, Kalamazoo College, Muskegon
Community College and Western Michigan University. Bill
Mayer, professor of art and chair of the department at Hope,
had work included in Master Teachers I.
Frederik Meijer Gardens is located in Grand Rapids
at 1000 East Beltline NE, and is open Monday through
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5
p.m. Admission is $14 for adults (14-64), $7 for senior
citizens (65 and older), $6 for students with an ID, $4 for
children age five-13, and free for children four and under.
Additional information may be obtained at
www.meijergardens.org or by calling (616) 957-1580.