Printmaking

Children See a Day Through Their Parents’ Eyes

UA Department of Art and Art History instructor Charlotte Wegrzynowski and graduate teaching assistant Zoe Fitch held a printmaking workshop for the recent Women and Gender Resource Center’s “Take Your Children to Work Day” event. “We had twelve participants who made at least thirty prints using styrofoam plates and printer paper,” Wegrzynowski said. The children

Graduate Student Juried Into Two National Exhibitions

UA printmaking student Upneet Kaur Mair had two works juried into the 29th Emerald Coast National Juried Arts Exhibition, showing now through October 29, 2021, at Mattie Kelly Arts Center, Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, Florida. The juror was Polly Nordstrand, curator of southwest art at Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado College. A

Graduate Students’ Artwork Accepted to National Venues

Four MFA candidates in the UA Department of Art and Art History had their work included in national exhibitions or publications. UA grad students in printmaking Upneet Kaur Mair and Shivam Pawar had work published in the August 2021 issue of The Hand: A Magazine for Reproduction-Based Art. Kaur Mair’s large silkscreen and relief print

UA Printmakers Share Exhibition at Gadsden Museum of Art

Associate Professor Sarah Marshall and Instructor John Klosterman will present a two-person exhibition at the Gadsden Museum of Art’s second-floor gallery space, August 2 through September 24, 2021. Transient Machinations features two artists who combine a variety of printmaking techniques into their work. Klosterman often uses woodblock, linoleum and screen printing to create his detailed,

Grad Student Juried Into International Graphic Triennial in Germany

Graduate student Shivam Pawar had two prints accepted to the 19th International Graphic Triennial in the Stadtsaal, Frechen, Germany. Pawar’s etching, The Three Porters, (air-brush aquatint, soft ground and chine collé on hahnemühle); and a woodcut titled New Currency 2020 will be exhibited from August 1-22, 2021. Out of almost 500 applications from around the

UA Awards Studio and Art History Degrees in 2020-21

The academic year 2020-2021 has been challenging, to say the least, and we’re proud of our graduates for pushing through to earn their degrees. We wish them all the best as they move into the next part of their life journey. Degrees are cumulative over summer and fall 2020, and spring 2021. Bachelor of Arts,

Caminos de Identidad – MA Thesis Exhibition of Sandra Vega

Printmaking graduate student Sandra Vega‘s exhibition title, Caminos de Identidad, she writes, is best translated as “A Search for Identity.” Vega presented her Master of Arts thesis exhibition March 1-12, 2021, in the Sella-Granata Art Gallery. As the daughter of Salvadoran immigrants, an “anchor baby,” and a first-generation college student, Sandra Vega feels that she has

UA Professor’s Work Juried into National Print Exhibition

Associate Professor of Art Sarah Marshall‘s new fabric work, Past Crimes, was juried into the 27th Parkside National Print Exhibition, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, by juror John Hitchcock, professor of art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Marshall is interested in how everyday experiences are constructed and recorded in the human mind. Her work explores the links