May 11, 2009

Terra Incognita (Class Exchange Portfolios 2009)

Below are two exhibitions comprised of prints from Professor James Bailey's Advanced Research in Printmaking and Introductory Intaglio printmaking courses. Students created works based on their interpretations of "Terra Incognita". Terra incognita is the Latin term for "unknown land", used in cartography for regions that have not been mapped or documented. The expression is not found in ancient texts, and occurs first in the sixteenth century.

Advanced Research in Printmaking Class

Adam Parry
Lindsey Weber
Cotey Newell
Maggie Connors
Tyler Krasowski
Caroline Olsen
Lucas Cleaver
Jacilyn Albert
Kathleen Donaldson
Patrick Gill

Beginning Intaglio Class

Louis Halbeck
Claire Lueders
Jennifer Kolokithas
Janice Sandefur
Laura Wagner
Brittany Harris
Ashley Mitchell
Paige Devries
Thomas Whalen
Rowela Flynn
Aria Reed
Julia Hudson
Nicole Chelini
Emily Martin
Rose Campbell

Claire Engleson

May 3, 2009

Maggie Connors

Intaglio print
Collagraph print.

Stone Lithograph.

May 2, 2009

Patrick Gill

New works by Patrick Gill. (Collagraph, relief, 2009)

John Armstrong, "Relating Shapes-Remembering Color"

The 17 new works shown here are from the series "Relating Shapes-Remembering Color", recently created by John Armstrong, while he was a visiting artist at The University of Montana. Much of the printing was done in conjunction with faculty and students. The works are epoxy collagraphs, with chine colle and hand coloring. 2009

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