Beth Blake, Associate Professor - Area Coordinator
Jenkins Fine Arts Center 215F
School of Art and Design
East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858
Tel.# (252)328-1306; fax # (252)328-6441
Beth Blake earned her BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1984 and her MFA from Ohio University in 1992. She has taught at East Carolina University since 1999 and became the Painting Area Coordinator in 2009.
Trained as a painter, Blake has exhibited her work throughout the United States. She has had solo exhibitions at Lancaster Museum of Art, Lancaster, Pa; Villa Julie College, Stevenson, MD; Morehead State University in Morehead, KY; and Emerge Gallery in Greenville NC. Her work has been included in group exhibitions at Interlochen Arts Academy, Interlochen, MI; Cleveland State University, Cleveland OH; Duke University School of Law, Durham, NC; Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY; and Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston Salem NC.
Her paintings are narrative reflections of her daily activities influenced by her environment and societal exposure.
Jenkins Fine Arts Center 2000
School of Art and Design
East Carolina UniversityGreenville, NC 27858
Tel.# (252)328-6665; fax # (252)328-6441
Scott Eagle is an associate professor of painting and drawing whose work has been exhibited and reproduced internationally. He works in a wide variety of media including digital and is especially interested in the idea of the creative act as "thinking through making". He was selected by Creative Quarterly Magazine as one of their top 100 creatives for 2013.
You can see more of his work at his website
Michael Voors firstname.lastname@example.org Jenkins Fine Arts Center 215B School of Art and Design East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858 Tel.# (252)328-1304; fax # (252)328-6441
Michael Voors is a Professor in the School of Art and Design at East Carolina University where he has taught since 1980. He received his MFA from Eastern Michigan University in 1980 and BFA from Indiana University, Fort Wayne, Indiana in 1977.
His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is included in many public and private collections including: the Library of Congress, Washington DC; the Fogg Museum, Harvard University; the Diozesanmusuem in Cologne, Germany and the University of Hawaii at Hilo.
He has had solo exhibitions in Amsterdam, the Netherlands; the Southeastern Center For Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC and the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA. His work has been included in group exhibitions at the Taipei Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China; the Lever House, New York, NY; the Susan Teller Gallery, New York, NY; the Hendricks Gallery, Dublin, Ireland; and the Haggin Museum, Stockton, CA.
In addition to his teaching duties at East Carolina University, Prof. Voors has given lectures and served as a visiting artist or artist-in-residence at schools in Italy, Ireland, Wales, England and universities in the United States. On five occasions he taught students on studies abroad programs in Italy and throughout Europe.Much of his work has been nourished by travel- in particular to locations that have an ancient or sacred character. Changing qualities of light, surfaces that reveal the passage of time and variations of architectural passages attempt to move toward larger meanings and associations. The work is viewed as a tool for participating in a larger mystery.