“The Museum of Queer Curiosities” MFA thesis exhibition

A BIG CONGRATULATIONS to third-year printmaking MFA student Feliks Pyron for passing their thesis exhibition and oral defense. “The Museum of Queer Curiosities" was installed in the WVU Mesaros Gallery a few weeks ago before the WVU campus was shut down. Gallery Coordinator Shalya Marsh and School of Art faculty Jeffrey Moser were kind enough... Continue Reading →

Smörgåsbord student exhibition at Artists Image Resource…

Right before WVU’s campus went on hiatus, my students installed our annual WVU Printmaking exhibition “Smorgasbord” at Artists Image Resource. This exhibition is the culmination of our academic year and the students are required to do all the work that goes into organizing and installing this group exhibition. I haven’t seen the show in person,... Continue Reading →

Bryn Perrott visiting artist…

This week we were so incredibly lucky to have Bryn Perrott in our studio! Bryn took some time away from her studio here in Morgantown to come back to the WVU Printshop and talk with students. Bryn, also known as DEERJERK on Instagram, is a prolific artist balancing her own work, commissions, traveling to festivals,... Continue Reading →

WVU Magazine…

Recently, I was asked to write a short synopsis of my research into the relationship between American comics and contemporary art for WVU Magazine. Thank you to WVU Magazine Editor Diana Mazzella for asking me to do this.

Nicole Hand visiting artist…

I am so excited to post pictures from our second artist coming to WVU under the “WVU Master Printmaking Series in honor of Joe Hestick” funded by Beth Hestick. Nicole Hand is the Assistant to the Dean and Professor of Art & Design at Murray State University. She is also a master at Intaglio printmaking.... Continue Reading →

“Witness” at G1/CW…

My work was included in a group exhibition titled “Witness". A five-person exhibition featuring Pittsburgh Print Group members Casey Connelly, Katie Kaplan, Adam Linn, Laura Zurowski, and myself in collaboration with G1/CW gallery in Pittsburgh. The exhibition was curated by Aaron Regal, from his curatorial statement: "To bare witness is at the fundamental core of... Continue Reading →

Inter-University Sketchbook Project…

Back on Sept. 10, Barbara Westman, Associate Professor of Art at Slippery Rock University, visited the WVU Printshop to talk about a new project we will be participating in. Barbara is organizing an inter-university sketchbook project focusing on printmaking. This is the first sketchbook project my students have participated in, and I am excited to... Continue Reading →

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