Sep 07 2022


2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin: Performance, creation of a spray piece entitled Freemont née Stewart Lake

Autum Drive*

Wednesday, September 7 

2:30-3:30 pm 


Wilhelmina’s Grove, on west side of Fine Arts Building (towards Lyndall Finley Wortham Theatre and and Moores School of Music) 

FREE and open to the public 

Join us for the creation of an original artwork entitled Freemont née Stewart Lake, part of the ongoing series by artists Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin. Visit other works in the series at the Student Center South and the Jenkins Architecture, Design, and Art Library. 

Parking: Free parking for this event is available via the six complimentary marked lot spots directly in front of the museum entrance. Paid guest parking is available at the Elgin Street Garage parking (4224 Elgin Street). Save and bring your garage ticket to the Blaffer for validation.

Learn more:  

Interview with the Artists: Artist Interview—Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin: Wayfinding 

Image Above: The performance/painting Autumn Drive (1957), one of a series of Spray Piece/Cloud Paintings that utilize various narrative color palettes taken from the artists (and husbands) Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin’s own lives. Photograph by Janice Rubin.