Art Exhibition: Harmony


Dec. 27, 2019 (All day)
Show Recurring Dates

Office/Remote Location

Doc Rando Recital Hall Lobby
Art in a gallery.


This exhibition explores music through the use of color. Both music and art can be unified through a sense of harmony in their composition. The ancient Greek philosopher Pythagoras was the first to propose a theory of harmony in music. When two notes are struck together at intervals it creates a harmonious effect. Just as in music, art can follow a harmonious arrangement in color to create an aesthetically appealing image. When combined the result is a pleasing visual or auditory experience. The following artists seek to explore how color harmonies interact.  Curated by Olga Townsend, Art 409

  • Todd Cramer
  • Thomas Ehlers
  • Marissa Gibson
  • Nancy Good
  • Martha Hall
  • Dan Hernandez
  • Christopher Mempin
  • Neil Merryweather
  • Jed Olsen
  • Chelsea Sorenson
  • Emily Thompson
  • Sonny Tsoi
  • Danny VonHorror


No Charge for admission.

Admission Information

Gallery open during Recital Hall performances and by appointment.

Contact Information

HFA 145
Jerry Schefcik

External Sponsor

Donna Beam Gallery, School of Music