Instructor Megan Moore had an art work juried into the Southern Graphics Conference International 2019-2021 Members Traveling Exhibition. The piece, titled “It Grew with Frog Legs,” combines three printmaking processes: collaged monotype, relief print and photo intaglio print. The biennial exhibit will travel around the United States for the next three years, starting in Arlington, Texas. The collection of works, selected by renowned artist and juror for the exhibition Jane Hammond, celebrates the diversity and vibrancy of printmaking, while engaging a broad range of contemporary themes and processes.
Megan Moore teaches ARH 151 – Introduction to the Visual Arts (online) in the department of art and art history. She has had solo exhibitions at the Sarah Doyle Gallery, Brown University and the Rodning Gallery of Art, Marx Library, University of South Alabama. She has exhibited nationally; most recently her work was included in Global Matrix IV, Purdue University, Indiana, and the Sagebrush Art Center’s Invitational Print Exhibition in Wyoming. Her art has appeared in Graphic Impressions, the newsletter of Southern Graphic Conference International and in The Hand Magazine.
Image credit: Megan Moore, It Grew With Frog Legs, collaged monotype, relief, and photo intaglio prints, 20 x 15 inches. Image courtesy of the artist.
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