Posts tagged ‘Karen Beall’

Beall Unveils Permanent Art Installation

Karen Beall, adjunct instructor in sculpture and ceramics, celebrated the unveiling of a new permanent art installation at Clarence Schock Memorial Park at Governor Dick. The artwork, “Forest Fable,” is composed of 20 clay tiles depicting the “natural history of tree species found within the park boundaries,” according to Beall. She worked with community members last fall to create the tiles.

Karen Beall Named Artist-in-Residence

Karen Beall, adjunct instructor in sculpture and ceramics, was named artist-in-residence for the Fall 2020/Spring 2021 seasons by the Environmental Center at the Clarence Schock Memorial Park at Governor Dick in Mt. Gretna. The residency includes two public art projects at the park: Forest Fable, a hike in the woods with Dr. Rebecca Urban, LVC’s director of environmental science and associate professor of biology, to identify trees; and, Spring Souvenir, a hike with a naturalist followed by an art program let by Beall.

Professor Beall’s Works Exhibited at Mary Baldwin University

Karen Beall’s new works on are display at Mary Baldwin University in Virginia this month. Beall, adjunct professor of ceramics and sculpture, has pieces showing as part of her “Over the Hills and Far Away” exhibit.