GREENVILLE, Pa.—Artist Justus Cotterill will display his new work, “Emotional Rescue,” at Thiel College’s Weyers-Sampson Gallery through Oct. 18.
His exhibition opens with a gallery talk at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 11.
Cotterill said he was inspired to create these works when he was a child floating in a hotel pool. “Emotional Rescue” was playing at the time which led to the title of the exhibition.
Cotterill teaches photography and printmaking at Edinboro University and has previously taught both 2D and 3D design in foundations. He served as director of the Edinboro’s art gallery from 2014–2017. He maintains an ongoing studio practice based in Erie, Pa., and exhibits his work both regionally and nationally.
Exhibits at Weyers-Sampson Gallery are free and open to the public.
Gallery hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Tuesdays and Thursdays: 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
For appointments or more information, contact Professor of Art and Thiel College Curator of Art Sean McConnor at 724-589-2095.
“We are excited about the gallery’s extended fall hours on Tuesday and Thursday,” McConnor said. “We hope this will provide more opportunity for interested guests to visit the gallery.”
About Thiel College
Thiel College is an independent college founded in the Lutheran tradition. Located in Greenville, Pa., the College offers 60 majors and minors, 24 varsity sports, and an 11:1 student-faculty ratio. The College is also home to a new Master of Science in speech-language pathology and 2Master of Business Administration. Both master’s degree programs offer innovative and accelerated five-year paths which allow students to earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years. The speech-language pathology program also has an accelerated 15-month graduate-level program. The M.B.A. program also has a 12-month post-graduate program.A dedicated faculty paired with dynamic research and internship opportunities produce numerous graduate school and job placements. Coeducational from its beginnings, the College remains committed to combining tradition with innovation as it celebrates 150 years.