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‘All Things at Once’ visiting artist exhibition opens on Statesboro Campus

Dan Funderburgh’s extinguisher art

“All Things at Once,” a visiting artist exhibition by Dan Funderburgh is on view at Georgia Southern University’s Center for Art and Theatre on the Statesboro Campus. Funderburgh is a Brooklyn-based illustrator, artist and hand-screened wallpaper designer whose work explores the density of communication with logos, graphics and pattern density. The exhibition will run through Dec. 6. There will be an artist talk on Nov. 12 beginning at 5 p.m. in the Arts Building followed by a reception in the Center for Art and Theatre’s University Gallery from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

“Funderburgh’s exhibition is a definite do-not-miss exhibition this season,” says Jason Hoelscher, gallery director in the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art. “The works are a perfect combination of layered and dense, as well as eye-catching and thought-provoking. His work offers something for everyone, whether some optical leisure time well spent taking in the gorgeous visual textures and colors, or something more thought intensive like zooming in and bracing oneself against wave after wave of visual intensity.”

Funderburgh’s work has been shown at the Museum of Art and Design in New York, and his clients have included Nike, The New York Times, Cole Haan and more.

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