Faculty

Full-Time Faculty

David Gliem: Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University. Associate Professor of Art History. David teaches a range of courses in Art History, and specializes in 19th and 20th century western art.

Betsy Orbe Lester: MFA, University of South Florida. Instructor. A painter and mixed media artist, Betsy teaches Visual Problem Solving.

Brian Ransom: MFA, Claremont Graduate School; Professor of Visual Arts, Brian has been at Eckerd since 1996, teaching courses in ceramics, sculpture, studio critique, and interdisciplinary arts.

Arthur Skinner ’72: MVA, Georgia State University; Discipline Coordinator and Gallery Director. As Professor of Visual Arts, Arthur has taught courses in printmaking, drawing and photography at Eckerd since 1976.

Kirk Ke Wang: MFA, Nanjing Normal University; MFA, University of South Florida. Professor of Visual Arts, Kirk has been at Eckerd since 1993, and teaches courses in painting, drawing, digital photography, new genre art and Asian art.

Part-Time Faculty

Catherine Abrams: MA, University of South Florida. Catherine teaches courses in Art History.

Marita Contreras: MFA, School of Visual Arts; a video artist and photographer, Marita teaches Experimental Film & Video, and The Documentary.

Jason Hackenwerth: MFA, Savannah College of Art & Design. Jason is renowned for his balloon sculptures, and is teaching a course in installation art, and also in printmaking

Katherine Humphreys: MFA, Rochester Institute of Technology. Katherine is a graphic designer, and teaches courses in graphic design, web page design and motion graphics.

Pamela Jones: MFA, University of South Florida; a painter, Pamela teaches our Visual Problem Solving course.

Gallery hours Mon. – Fri., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Hodgell in Florida
Works from the Permanent Collection
January 14 - March 12

Robert Hodgell, Bait Shop

Hidden Treasures IX
Works from the Permanent Collection
February 9 – March 24

Richard Smith from Logo Suite (1971)

The Sophomore Show 2021
Visual Arts Portfolio Exhibition
Part I: March 14 - 19
Part II: March 21 - 26

Senior Thesis Exhibitions
May 2 – 7

Honors Thesis Exhibition
Selected Works from Spring 2021
May 9 – 14

The Eckerd Review
The Exhibition
May 9 - 14