The Link Art Gallery

The Link Art Gallery at Kent State University at Trumbull exhibits emerging and established regional and national artists.

A wide variety of exhibitions are staged throughout the year. The Gallery is open Monday thru Thursday, 3-7 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. For information on exhibiting, or on the current exhibitions, contact Phillip Buntin, assistant professor of art, at

Adam Fung

Sept. 1-Oct. 4, 2015

Adam Fung is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. He received his Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree from University of Notre Dame and Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree from Western Washington University. 

Fung works primarily as a Painter and has a dynamic range of research interests that touch upon issues such as climate change, landscape, patterns and the make up of the universe. Fung’s work often arises from direct experience, most recently a road trip around west Texas and New Mexico that allowed the artist to visit sites of interest including Observatories, Dark Sky Parks, Marfa, and Spaceport America. His paintings can be found in public art collections at Microsoft, South Bend Museum of Art, and the US Department of Energy’s Fermilab, as well as numerous private collections.

Fung’s recent exhibitions include Art in the Metroplex (Fort Worth, TX) and the Hunting Prize Finalist Exhibition (Houston, TX). Observatory is Fung's first solo exhibition at Packer Schopf Gallery, previously having  shown in Chicago area at; Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Art Chicago, Design Cloud Gallery, the Evanston Art Center as well as others.

Michael Meier

Oct. 26-Nov. 19, 2015

Mike Meier is a painter from Cleveland, Ohio, whose work investigates interiority and multiplicity. He received his BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art, and obtained an MFA from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. He currently holds a position as lecturer at the Cleveland Institute of Art in Visual Arts and Foundation. His work has been exhibited in Cleveland, Chicago and St. Louis.