Hidden like a secret, the snow-covered courtyard between the two sides of Brown Hall.More
The smokestack on the industrial building stands like a beacon on the ETSU campus.More
Colorful leaves fall from the American Beech tree surrounded by fraternity benches heralding the arrival of fall on the ETSU campus.More
A female student crosses the bridge from Sherrod Library to the Culp Center on a rainy spring day.More
Paintings on exhibit in the Carroll Reece Museum; depth of the building is displayed as details of the painting are seen at different levels of the museum.More
Music students performing on the steps outside Mathes Hall.More
The Ampitheatre on a cool, summer night.More
Graduates make their way across campus to the Mini Dome for Graduation.More
Dr. Jenrette's final performance as seen from the balcony. The figures are ambiguous, except the central figure of Dr. Jenrette conducting.More
A bicycle leans on a tree beside the ETSU sign surrounded by blooming spring flowers.More
With the Carillon clock tower in the foreground, the columns of Gilbreath Hall are captured in the November evening light as the seasons change.More
The door of the original entrance to the theater in Gilbreath Hall stands open with a view of the stage.More
Mr. William Baxter Bledsoe (BFA '92, MFA '10) has been enlisted to create a series of 12 unique and collectible artworks to reflect his very popular "Centennial" painting that commemorated ETSU's first one hundred years. "The Reliquaries" consists of 12 paintings of popular campus landmarks. These images of the campus open the mind's door to images that appear throughout the campus landscape eliciting memories for all who have attended or maintain a special relationship with our region's university.
Each of the oil paintings capture various campus images on 20" x 24" stretched canvas. They reflect existing structures and landscapes of ETSU throughout the various seasons. The collection serves as an exhibition of art that will communicate an appreciation for high art and its relationship with the university. Beyond the original work, a series of different products, such as numbered prints, calendars, etc. are expected to come from the additional paintings. Watch for more information on our ETSU media outlets.