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Michelle Acuff just returned from two-weeks as a Visiting Artist at Anderson Ranch in Aspen Colorado. She also will have work featured in an exhibition titled Mutations of Otherness at Woman Made Gallery in Chicago, IL from May 9-June 26, 2014.

  Students  Noah Werthheimer, Bea Sheffer, Ben Johnson, and Ysa Diaz, put together a group show, homo faber?, at FOUTS Visual Arts Center.

 

 

Karen Kunc will be visiting this weekend for multiple events associated with the exhibition at the Sheehan Gallery. Here's the schedule: For Friday Feburary 21st thru February 23rd

Friday
-Woodcut Workshop 1-4pm, Printmaking Studio
-Lecture by Karen 5:30pm, Sheehan Gallery, followed by a reception

Saturday
-Woodcut Workshop 9-4pm, Printmaking Studio

Sunday
-Woodcut Workshop 9-2pm, Printmaking Studio

Nicole Pietrantoni

"Implications" is a large scale installation of digital prints on folded Awagami Japanese paper bound into 30 accordion books that expand to create a panoramic image.  The overlaid text is written by poet Devon Wootten.  Pietrantoni is Assistant Professor of Art at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, teaching printmaking and book arts.

 

Maya Lin

Best known for creating the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington,DC., Lin is an internationally recognized artist and architect.  FV will display two laser cut Baltic birch plywood sculptures titled, "Caspian Sea" and "Black Sea," from the series, "Bodies of Water."

METHOD Welcomes Artist Joe PagePosted on February 17, 2014 by 

Flow Chart: Torrent

February 21 - March 29, 2014

Artist’s Talk and Reception:   Friday February 21st, 5-8pm

1st Thursday Reception March 6th, 5-8pm

Each site-specific work within the “Flow Chart” series is simultaneously an environment to be navigated physically and a cartographical map to be interpreted from a distance. Fluctuating pathways, points, and color fields sprawl in all directions, propelling the viewer along an immersive journey of varied rhythm, scale, and space within the gallery. The movements of the viewer and the “Flow Chart” navigate the gallery together, divergent and intersecting in nature.

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Species & Specimens March 19 – May 25
Group show featuring artists spanning generations of faculty and alumni of the UWM Ceramics program
February 11th, 2014 | By Charles Allis Art Museum

Milwaukee, WI – The Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, 2220 N. Terrace Avenue, Milwaukee is pleased to present Species & Specimens, on view March 19 – May 25, 2014.  Karen Gunderman curated the exhibition that features eleven artists spanning several generations of faculty and alumni of the UWM Ceramics program. 

Species & Specimens Description
Species & Specimens brings together the work of eleven artists spanning several generations of faculty and alumni of the UWM Ceramics program. Their work comments on human interaction with the natural environment, using strategies from installation to small intimate objects. The Villa Terrace site and its unique interface with the urban and natural environment, its formal gardens and Lake Michigan, provides a counterpoint for multiple viewpoints the invited artists bring to the exhibition theme.


Species & Specimens Artists:
John Ty Bender, Angela Biederman, Dana Childs, Christopher Davis-Benavides, Karen Davis, Karen Gunderman, Namim Kim, Deborah Rael-Buckley, Barbara Reinhart, CharlesTimm-Ballard, Linda Wervey-Vitamvas

 

Justin Lincoln's video "Statement" is included in the sixth Annual Festival of (In) Appropriation, a highly selective and critically praised traveling video festival.
Founded in 2009, the Festival of (In)appropriation is a yearly showcase of contemporary short (20 minutes or less) audiovisual works that appropriate film or video footage and repurpose it in “inappropriate” and inventive ways. The show, now in its fifth year,  is curated by Jaimie Baron,  Lauren Berliner,  and Greg Cohen. Generously sponsored by Los Angeles Filmforum.

http://festivalofinappropriation.org/?page_id=1086

"Photographs and Cardboard Chairs: Seats with a View!"  Organized by Professor Bloomquist and Professor Page.

The exhibition features the work of Photography and Intro to Visual Arts Practices classes. Yes, you can sit in the chairs.

Natalie Shaw a junior art major,  will be entering into the 3rd year level of the School of Communications Design at the Glasgow School of Art with a focus on Illustration.  Natalie will  be there from January 4 to June 6. 

This is a painting from Advanced Painting, dimensions are 55x55, medium is oil paint.

Congratulations to Mathias, a junior Art Major here at Whitman College.From January 4th to June 14th he will be studying a the Scotland Glasgow School of fine art doing a 2nd year study of painting and printmaking. Afterwards he'll have an opportunity to travel around Europe. 

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