Winter Exhibitions at the CVA Galleries Round 1

Please join the CVA Galleries for the opening receptions for the following:


Unpeel, Megan Ross, Solo Exhibition 

Art Expressing Emotion, Katie Vermillion, Capstone Exhibition 

Mudlark, Chella Foster-Flynn, Solo Exhibition 

Ingram Group Show, Ingram Studio Group, Group Exhibition 


Opening Reception:

Thursday, January 16th, 2020, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Refreshments provided


Exhibition Dates:

January 10th, 2020 – January 30th, 2020


Gallery Hours:

Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. 


Retzlaff Gallery (Art Building):


Megan Ross

Solo Exhibition


My work is about reaching a deep set of emotions that are hidden in plain sight. I believe

not only of the magic of mystery, but of the expansion of the human mind. Taking a mundane

act and expanding it to the absurd allows the mind to make its own personal relations;

reaching a core reflection that goes beyond the limits of just this timeline.



Thorndike Gallery (Art Building):

Art Expressing Emotion

Katie Vermillion 

Capstone Exhibition 


For this project, I wanted to find a way to put color with my black and white drawings that are

meant to be expressing a particular emotion. The faces are always one’s I feel I can relate to; I look at

them and know I have felt what they are feeling. I want to see if others can look at these faces, and see

if they can find a connection with them as well.


Meyer Memorial Gallery (Marion Ady Building):


Chella Foster-Flynn

Solo Exhibition 


These works, spawned by my tendency to romanticize times other than the present, explore

the immutability and candor of memory. Using found and scavenged second hand photographs,

I created a series of images that feel deeply nostalgic and reminiscent of my past, although they have no

actual occurrence in my life. 

man under tree

Art Department Chairs Gallery & Boise Cascade Gallery (Marion Ady Building):

Ingram Group Show

Ingram Studio Group

Group Exhibition


We are a community of artists, working together in Carol Ingram’s painting classes.

Our work is purposefully diverse, and our goal is for each artist to find her own

voice, in an atmosphere of mutual support and learning. These classes have been

ongoing for more than twenty five years.


Inquiries regarding purchase of these works may be directed to Mary Ann:

woman ingram

Attached photos:

  1. Megan Ross, Orange Peel, Video Still
  2. Katie Vermillion, Sadness II, Mixed Media 
  3. Chella Foster-Flynn, Man Under Tree, Oil on Panel
  4.  Carol Ingram, Woman, Oil on Canvas