Studio art professors exhibit work
In their studio art classes, professors push students not to just look at what they are drawing, painting, printing, photographing or filming, but also to truly see—the lines, the curves, the light, the negative and positive spaces, the feel of it all. That is the secret to capturing the subject matter.
Not only do they teach this each year as professors at Wheaton, but they also practice it as award-winning artists. Five of them were in the spotlight from August 26 through October 31 in an exhibition of their work in the Beard and Weil Galleries.
The exhibition, “P3SF” (referencing painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture and film), featured work by professors Claudia Fieo (printmaking), Kelly Goff (sculpture), Andrew Howard (photography), Patrick Johnson (film), and Patricia Stone (painting and printmaking). All have exhibited their work nationally and some have work in public and private collections. [Read more...]