Coker University’s Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery Presents Katy Mixon’s “Act of God”

    Coker University’s Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery Presents Katy Mixon’s “Act of God”


    Coker University's Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery presents a mixed media exhibit titled “act of God” by Orangeburg, South Carolina, artist, Katy Mixon. The exhibition begins with a reception at 7pm on Monday October 21, 2019, and will run through Friday, November 15, 2019. The opening reception is free, open to the public, and light refreshments will be served.

    Ms. Mixon, a visual artist working in painting, sculpture, and photography, is a recipient of a 2017 Working Artist Grant and a 2015 Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation Award. She was a finalist for a 2016 William and Dorothy Yeck Award and 2015 VCUarts Fountainhead Fellowship.

    Interference. Oil on panel. 33” x 30”. 2018Mixon was an artist-in-residence at The Hambidge Center, GA, AICAD Studio Practice Residency, NY and Byrdcliffe Art Colony, NY. Her work was recently exhibited at Torpedo Factory, VA, Ceres Gallery, NY, Spartanburg Art Museum, SC, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, NC, and Ackland Art Museum, NC.

    Mixon received her Bachelor of Arts from Davidson College in 2006, and her Masters of Fine Arts from The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in 2015.

    For more information, please contact exhibition director, Renny Prince, 843-383-8156 or

    Image: Interference. Oil on panel. 33” x 30”. 2018


    The Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery is open 10am to 4pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and from 10am to 8pm on Tuesday and Thursday while classes are in session. The Gallery is located in the Gladys C. Fort Art Building on the campus of Coker University in Hartsville, South Carolina. For more on the gallery, please visit

    Coker University upholds and defends the intellectual and artistic freedom of its faculty and students as they study and create art through which they explore the full spectrum of human experience. The college considers such pursuits central to the spirit of inquiry and thoughtful discussion, which are at the heart of a liberal arts education.