Printmaker Oscar Gillespie, who received his MFA from the School of Art in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, has a show of his work up as part of the Rehoboth Art League 76th Members Fine Art Exhibition. Gillespie is noted for his expertise in monotypes and in intaglio, especially metal-plate engraving. He currently teaches drawing and printmaking at Bradley University in Peoria, Ill., and is the coordinator and printer for Bradley’s Cradle Oak Press.
Project Date: Jul 18, 2014
"Ground Cover," a project by Ann Morton (School of Art, BFA and MFA in Fibers) was featured on the PBS show Horizon
Project Date: Dec 6, 2013
Tom Morrissey's recent exhibition at the AS220 Project Space in Providence, R.I., is reviewed in the December 2013 issue of "Sculpture Magazine." Morrissey, a graduate of the ASU School of Art, has been a Fulbright Scholar, a Kellogg Fellowship recipient and a Florida Individual Artist Fellowship recipient. In 2000, he published the book "Between the Lines: Photographs from the National Vietnam Veterans Memorial," and his Cuba research was written up in the ASU Alumni Magazine. Currently he is building handmade, high-end custom guitars and other instruments under the business name "Veteran Guitar."
Project Date: Nov 25, 2013