MOBILE, Ala. – University of Mobile alumna Caroline Ennis presents her free ‘Uncharted Blue’ art talk in the Marilyn Foley Art Gallery on Oct. 11 at 1:30 p.m. with a reception to follow.
The talk is the conclusion of her month-long exhibit located at Ben May Hall on the University of Mobile campus, 5735 College Pkwy, Mobile, Ala. 36613.
Caroline Ennis is a visual artist whose work stems from her life-long relationship to the Gulf Coast and the coastline of the northwest Florida Panhandle. She uses installation and sculptural methods that include ceramic, fiber, drawing and unfired clay to explore ways to reflect the coastline’s familiarity and the obscurity of the deep water.
Ennis completed her Bachelor of Arts in studio art from the University of Mobile in 2016 and Master of Fine Arts from Florida State University in 2020. In 2019, Ennis attended a funded artist residency at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts. While at FSU, Ennis received the 2019 MFA Award, the 2020 Ceramics Award, the 2020 MFA Award, and was nominated for the International Sculpture Center’s Outstanding Student Achievement Award in Contemporary Sculpture.
For more information about ‘Uncharted Blue’ and other exhibits in the Marilyn Foley Art Gallery, please contact Phillip Counselman, associate professor of art at the University of Mobile, at 251.442-2283 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For information about the University of Mobile, go to umobile.edu or call 251.442.2222.
About the University of Mobile
The University of Mobile is a Christ-centered liberal arts and sciences institution with a vision of higher education for a higher purpose, founded to honor God by equipping students for their future professions through rigorous academic preparation and spiritual transformation. Core values are: Christ-Centered, Academically-Focused, Student-Devoted and Distinctively-Driven. The university offers on-campus and online bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in over 75 academic programs. Founded in 1961, the University of Mobile is affiliated with the Alabama Baptist State Convention and is located 10 miles north of Mobile, Alabama on a campus of over 880 acres.