Color Field Artist Spotlight | Jeffie Brewer | Public Art UHS
12/17/2020, 11:00:01 AM

Color Field Artist Spotlight: Jeffie Brewer

Jeffie Brewer’s array of recognizable shapes are influenced by his fascination with pop culture and a background in design. These sculptures toe the line between identifiable and abstract forms. The use of vibrant color and enlarged scale impacts our relationship to them, while leaving room for interpretation and play. The artist is based in Nacogdoches, Texas.

On view at the University of Houston through May 31, 2021.

Tour Jeffie Brewer's Works

Take a virtual tour of Jeffie Brewer's artworks at the University of Houston led by Public Art UHS curator, Mike Guidry.



Meet Jeffie Brewer

Watch a recording of the Color Talk Zoom conversation featuring Jeffie Brewer and Public Art UHS curator, Mike Guidry.

Flying Paper Bunnies Art Project

Create colorful paper bunnies and watch them take flight in the sky.


Art Sheet

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Presented by Public Art of the University of Houston System (Public Art UHS), Color Field is the first curated exhibition of outdoor sculpture at the University of Houston and the second project in the Temporary Public Art Program. The exhibition is organized by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas for Public Art UHS. The Houston presentation of Color Field is enhanced through substantial interpretative content, new artworks making their debut in Houston, and an exclusive digital experience created by Public Art UHS and the University of Houston.
The Houston presentation of the exhibition is generously supported by
The Brown Foundation, Inc.

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