Rebel Outpost Frack
Tougher Pills to Swalla
“Tougher Pills to Swalla”and “Rebel Outpost Frack” are two paintings by Jason Stout that have been chosen as part of the STATE OF THE UNION exhibition at Stephen F Austin University School of Art. It is a curated invitational exhibition to be held at the Cole Art Center at The Old Opera House, located at 329 E. Main Street in historic downtown Nacogdoches, Texas from October 4 – November 5, 2016.
The STATE OF THE UNION is meant to showcase how artists today are reacting to the world around them. This exhibi- tion will be hosted during the conclusion of the 2016 election season and will focus on social and political themes includ- ing political campaigns, environmental concerns, education, immigration, human rights, trade, globalization, and other contemporary concerns.
Four painters will be featured in a show at Circuitous Succession curated by Jason Miller. Details for the show can be found on the website or on the flyer below.
The Painting “Ignition” will be featured in the Alabama National Biennial, juried by Pam Bondi, at the Sella-Granata Art Gallery on the Campus of The University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. The Alabama National Biennial exhibition will be held August 15 – September 2, 2016, in The University of Alabama’s Sella-Granata Art Gallery, in historic Woods Hall, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. A reception will be held Thursday, August 25, 4-6 pm, and will be open to the public.
Press release: http://art.ua.edu/news/ua-announces-second-alabama-national/
Leaning Derrick Sunset and Oil Derrick Blast were chosen for the Sixth Annual TAEA Member Art Exhibition. Leaning Derrick Sunset V2 recieving an Honorable Mention in Painting. The exhibition takes place at the Leu Gallery Annex-Lila Bunch Library at Belmont University. The exhibition takes place from June 27, 2016-August 12, 2016 with a reception on July 12, 2016 from 5:30-8:00pm.
Oil Derrick Blast
Leaning Derrick Sunset V2
Two paintings, The Spice Trader and The Patriot and the Rogue, by Jason Stout were included in the Visual Evidence 2016 Exhibition. Visual Evidence is a regional juried exhibition held at the Miller Center in Murray, Kentucky. On Saturday, April 16, 2016 awards were presented and The Spice Trader won first place in Painting and Drawing.
The Spice Trader
The Patriot and the Rogue
Jason Stout’s, Ignition, is named Best In Show by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art curator Chad Alligood. This year’s annual Art of the South exhibition hosted by Number Inc. spans Tennessee, with one show in Nashville and one in Memphis. Two sets of work will be on display, and a live stream simulcast will take place during the exhibition opening on Friday, May 20, from 6 to 9 PM.
2016 Art of the South locations:
Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art
University of Memphis, Art and Communication Building
3715 Central Avenue | Memphis, TN 38152
M – F, 9 AM – 4 PM
1900 Belmont Blvd. | Nashville, TN 37212
M – F, 9 AM – 4 PM
Sat., Noon – 6 PM
Sun. 2 – 6 PM
Three paintings by Jason Stout have been chosen for the The Mildred Cox Art Gallery at William Woods University for its “Equality Matters” exhibit. The exhibition will take place March 3-April 3 during WWU’s “Equality Matters – Conversations on Gender and Race” Symposium. The exhibition will take place March 3-April 3.
Stout’s charcoal drawing, Stormy Weather, will be featured in the Texas National 2016 at Stephen F Austin University. This show will open Saturday, April 9th, 2016. The dates for the exhibition are April 9 – June 11, 2016. There will be an Artist talk on Saturday, April 9th at 5:00pm followed by the opening reception from 6-8pm.
Jason Stout has had a work accepted into the the 29th Annual McNeese National Works on Paper Exhibition. Exhibition dates: March 24- May 12, 2016 The opening reception is March 23, 2016, from 6:00-8:00pm at 4205 Ryan St., Lake Charles, LA 7609.
Two drawings, The Candidate and The Spice Trader, were selected for the Dogwood Arts Regional Fine Arts Exhibition at The Emporium Center in Knoxville, Tennessee. Fine art encompassing all styles and genres from both emerging and established artists will be showcased. The exhibition will be on display April 1- April 29, 2016.
Where: The Emporium
When: April 1-29
Time: 9:00am-5:00pm (Monday-Friday); 3:30-6:30 (Sunday)
How Much: Free