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ASU Exhibit, Symposium to Feature Austin Artist

October 01, 2012

Austin artist Bill Molthen will exhibit his metal works and graphics Oct. 8-Nov. 2 in Angelo State University’s Carr Education-Fine Arts (EFA) Building, 2602 Dena Drive.

The exhibit, titled “Path and Pattern,” will be located in EFA Room 193, in association with the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts-sponsored Texas Sculpture Symposium, which takes place on the ASU campus on Friday, Oct. 26.  Both the exhibit and symposium are open free to the public.

A freelance artist with a background in architecture and blacksmithing, Molthen’s focus lies in expressions of form, scale and motion using various materials, with steel as his primary medium.  Molthen claims as his major influence Basque sculptor Eduardo Chillida, who gets inspiration from unfamiliar sources.

Although trained as an architect, Molthen has exhibited his works for the past 20 years in California, Oregon and Washington. 

For more information, call the ASU Department of Art and Music at 325-942-2085.