Thursday, September 25, 6pm
Artist/Curator Talk: Floyd D. Tunson and Blake Milteer
at Central New Mexico Community College, Smith Brasher Hall, Room 100
516 ARTS welcomed visiting artist Floyd D. Tunson and visiting curator Blake Milteer of the exhibition Floyd D. Tunson: Son of Pop to Albuquerque for a special talk and discussion with both the artist and curator.
Floyd D. Tunson: Son of Pop is a solo exhibition of Colorado-based, African American artist Floyd D. Tunson, who for over four decades has been among the most highly regarded and influential artists in the Rocky Mountain region. He has achieved a rich and diverse body of work that includes painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking and mixed media. Over his career, Tunson has earned a reputation as one of the region’s leading art teachers while simultaneously creating his own work and exhibiting nationally. Tunson’s art is included in the collections of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, the Denver Art Museum, the Kaiser-Permanente Corporation, the Walter O. Evans Collection of African-American Art, and many private collections nationwide.
The exhibition at 516 ARTS was organized by the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center and curated by Blake Milteer.
Location: Central New Mexico Community College, Smith-Brasher Hall, Room 100
717 University Blvd SE (near Coal & University Blvd SE)