Jennifer Gault, Sam Joslin, Jonathan Lanier and Ringo Lisko will showcase recent work in an exhibition, Intersection, at Harrison Galleries in downtown Tuscaloosa from July 3-17, with a reception for the artists on Friday, July 12, 6-9 pm.Jennifer Gault, Monster Takeover 2018, in downtown Tuscaloosa

Jennifer Gault will present three new works that have never been exhibited, as well as one from her 2018 BFA show, Raw & Unfinished Business. Gault received her BFA with a concentration in sculpture and ceramics from UA in 2018. Her work in cast bronze is included in the Monster Takeover public sculpture exhibition throughout downtown Tuscaloosa, and the Literary Capital Sculpture Trail throughout downtown Monroeville, Ala.

Samantha Joslin, "Bits and Pieces," 2019, Ceramic stoneware and cast aluminum, 4 x 5 x 2 inchesSam Joslin received her BFA with a concentration in sculpture and ceramics in 2019. Joslin has won numerous scholarships and awards, including a UA Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity (URCA) grant in the spring of 2019 . She held a solo exhibition at Harrison Galleries in April.

Jonathan Lanier received his BFA with a concentration in sculpture and ceramics inJonathan Lanier, "Set Limits," 2018 2019. Since 2016, Lanier has won several scholarship awards including the Farley Moody Galbraith Scholarship, Windgate Charitable Fund – Studio Arts, and the Paul R. Jones Endowed Scholarship. He held a solo exhibition of his work at Harrison Galleries in Tuscaloosa in May.

Sculpture by Amber Daum and Ringo Lisko installed at Monnish Park.BFA major Ringo Lisko’s current public art project is the McMahon-Pleiad Public Art Trail initiative, a collaborative project between UA, UAB and UAH, for which she is designing and creating the first of UA’s sculptural contributions. With studio art major Amber Daum, Lisko created the public steel and aluminum 12-foot high sculpture Amaryllis installed at Monnish Park on 15th Street. Lisko’s work in cast bronze is included in the Monster Takeover public sculpture exhibition throughout downtown Tuscaloosa, and the Literary Capital Sculpture Trail throughout downtown Monroeville, Ala.

For more information about the UA Department of Art and Art History and its programs, visit this link: https://art.ua.edu/academics/or contact the department at (205) 348-5967.

Harrison Galleries, LLC, is located at 2315 University Boulevard in downtown Tuscaloosa. Hours are Monday through Friday, 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m., by appointment, and First Fridays of the month, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. For more information call (205) 464-0054 or visit the website: http://www.firstfridaytuscaloosa.com/art-galleries/harrison-galleries-llc