TCC Photography Department is proud to present our first artist lecture of 2019: Elizabeth Mellott, "A Delicate Nature".
Her work is currently on exhibit in our hallway Neo Gallery in building NCAB. Elizabeth will be here to talk about her work and inspirations on March 21 at College Hall.
Location: TCC NE Campus, NCAB 1111
Open to public
"A Delicate Nature brings to light the fragile balance and interconnectedness of our environment. It asks the question, are we good stewards of the earth? I began this project in 2016 after becoming a beekeeper. Managing honeybees is a lesson in our ecosystem, how we have altered it, and the necessity to appreciate the raw natural state of our environment."
"Elizabeth Mellott is a professor of photography at Collin College in Plano, Texas, teaching photography and book arts. As an artist, Elizabeth Mellott crosses boundaries seamlessly, incorporating a mix of mediums. The majority of her work is alternative and sculptural, with an emphasis on photography. Conceptually, she creates art pertaining to social concerns. Her current project examines our role as stewards of the environment. Elizabeth Mellott exhibits internationally with her work housed in collections including the Museum Fine Arts in Houston, the Harry Ransom Center in Austin and the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, Arizona."
We look forward to seeing you all!