Art faculty present summer exhibit

May 15th, 2013 Comments Off on Art faculty present summer exhibit

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The Department of Art faculty have an exhibit open through June in the Cullis Wade Depot Gallery: It’s What I Do.

Read more on MSU’s website.

Recent art graduate has prints accepted into an international student competitive exhibition

March 4th, 2013 Comments Off on Recent art graduate has prints accepted into an international student competitive exhibition

Katie Killian, a recent Department of Art graduate, had one impression from the “Autonomy of Motion” series and an intaglio/monoprint, “Separation of Plight,” accepted into the Student International Juried Small Print Show. Both prints were created in Professor Linda Seckinger’s Art 4620 Advanced Printmaking course.

The international competition is sponsored by El Minia University in El Minia, Egypt.

The exhibition will open in the Creativity Center at El Minia University on March 23, 2013. The show will also travel to the Opera Art Gallery in the Opera complex in Cairo later in 2013.

Following the exhibitions, the accepted prints will be entered into the El Minia University permanent print collection.

Killian graduated with a BFA in spring 2012 and is planning to earn an MFA degree in printmaking at the University of Arizona at Tucson, where she was recently accepted into the Graduate Program for fall 2013.

Art student, professor participate in international portfolio exchange

March 4th, 2013 Comments Off on Art student, professor participate in international portfolio exchange

“Chiroptera” | Intaglio/Monoprint | Natasha Patterson

Natasha Patterson, an MSU art major, and Professor Linda K. Seckinger recently participated in the Cascade International Print Portfolio Exchange.

Submissions for the exchange were entered from around the nation and world.

Patterson and Seckinger produced two-run intaglio/monoprint editions of eighteen impressions for the exchange. Patterson’s edition was produced in Seckinger’s Art 4620 Advanced Printmaking course.

Each participant will receive a print portfolio containing thirteen different impressions randomly selected from the submitted entries. Prints from each participant will be entered into the permanent print collection of Oregon State University.

MSU art students have work accepted into regional competition

February 27th, 2013 Comments Off on MSU art students have work accepted into regional competition

“Mask of the River”, an intaglio/collograph by Natasha Patterson

“Hungry Bear During the Civil War” an intaglio by Ty Barnes

Ty Barnes and Natasha Patterson had prints created in Professor Linda Seckinger’s printmaking courses accepted into the First Edition Regional Juried Student Print Competition.

The competition was open to print students from Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Georgia and Tennesseee.

The juror for the exhibition was Sydney Cross, Distinguished Alumni Professor of Art at Clemson University. Her work can be found in numerous public collections, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Smithsonian Museum, Boston Museum of Art, Fogg Art Museum and The Museum of Fine Art in Antwerp, Belgium.

The exhibition opens at the Riverworks Gallery in Greenville, S.C., on February 28 and runs through April 14, 2013.

Art alumna has print chosen for national exhibit

January 8th, 2013 Comments Off on Art alumna has print chosen for national exhibit

Katie Killian | “Autotomy of Motion”

Katie Killian had a print accepted into Americas 2013: Paperworks, a national juried art competition and exhibition.

The juror, Nicole Pietrantoni, selected only 28 pieces for this prestigious national competition. Killian’s accepted print, “Autotomy of Motion,” was an intaglio/monoprint created in Professor Linda Seckinger’s Art 4620 Advanced Printmaking course during her senior semester at MSU.

Killian recently graduated from MSU in 2012 with a BFA in Art (emphasis in painting). She has applied for entry into a number of printmaking graduate programs and hopes to start working toward an MFA degree in the fall of 2013.

Americas 2013: Paperworks National Juried Exhibition will be on display at the Northwest Art Center Hartnett Hall Gallery at Minot State University in Minot, N.D., from Jan. 7 through Feb. 20. There will be a public reception on Jan. 17 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the Hartnett Hall and Gordon B. Olson Library Galleries.

The juror, Pietrantoni, is a professor at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Wash. She is the recipient of numerous artist residencies and awards, including a Fulbright Fellowship to Iceland, a Leifur Eiriksson Foundation Grant, the Margaret Stonewall Wooldridge Hamblet Award and the Elizabeth Catlett Fellowship. Her work is in numerous collections and has been in both group and solo exhibitions in the United States and abroad.

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