"Journeyman" is one of the pieces by James Pace on view at the University of Texas at Tyler. (Courtesy) 

The University of Texas at Tyler is showing “Artifacts of Wayfinding (a Visual Play in Three Acts),’’ a solo exhibition featuring the newest work of James R. Pace, at its Fine Arts Complex Gallery.

The free exhibition, presented by the Department of Art and Art History, continues through Oct. 11.

Pace recently retired after teaching in the UT Tyler College of Arts and Sciences since 1985. He has exhibited nationally and internationally for more than 40 years and has received numerous awards for his paintings, drawings, prints and mixed-media work.

Pace’s prints are included in the collections of Longview Museum of Art, Tyler Museum of Art, Wichita Falls Museum of Art at Midwestern State University and other museums.

Pace maintains an art studio in East Texas and continues to serve as a juror, lecturer and visiting artist at museums, galleries, art centers and universities.

He holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Oklahoma.

The Fine Arts Complex Gallery is open from 8 a.m. to  5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, call 903-566-7237 or email gallery coordinator Michelle Taff at

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