Printmaking Grad Student Juried into National Exhibition

A porter pushing a handtruck in an empty space.
Shivam Pawar, “Porter,” collagraph and chine collé. Image courtesy of the artist.

A collagraph and chine collé print by graduate student Shivam Pawar was selected for the USU Paper & Clay National Juried Exhibition, organized by the Department of Art + Design, Caine College of the Arts, Utah State University. The exhibition will be up February 3-March 6.

Shivam Pawar is a graduate student in printmaking working toward the MFA. Pawar assists in Drawing I courses. He holds a BFA in painting from Central India School of Fine Arts in Nagpur, India. Pawar has exhibited his work in exhibitions around the world, from India to New York and Alabama. His print was selected by juror Alison Saar for the International Print Center’s exhibition Umbra: New Prints for a Dark Age in 2019.

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