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Gillian Gold Show Entrance view

An Exhibition of Prints by Gillian Golding

Reception: September 19th 5-7pm
Open: September 17th - October 29thLithography prints by Gillian Golding

Active artist and. teacher in London. Gill has made her living for over 30 years being a productive artist and respected teacher. She currently teaches printmaking at Goldsmiths College. She is remarkably proficient in many areas of printmaking: linocuts, woodcuts, etchings, silkscreen and recently, digital paintings and prints. She is also an accomplished painter. For many years she was a mural painter and had many of her murals shown around England. She lives part of the year in France where she lives in a 600-year-old residence that is her studio and gallery.

 

 

Drawing Distinction Corner with several pieces

Drawing Distinction

Reception: September 19th 5-7pm
Open: September 17th - October 27th

Drawing Distinctions is a collaborative exhibition of drawings between the Faculty and invited Alumni of the Art and Design Department at the University of Wisconsin Stout Menomonie USA and The London Group of Artists in London UK. Involving 60 artists, designers and educators the practitioners were asked to contribute one work under a maximum size that was easily transportable internationally and could be hung unframed directly onto the wall; contributing to an exhibition of stand-alone drawings , finished or unfinished in resolve yet providing insight into the thinking and creative process of the artist / designer.

Drawing Distinctions, four images

The theme and idea behind the exhibition is an attempt to show comparisons across a wide range of drawing practices from a collection of Art and Design disciplines, hence the title ‘Drawing Distinctions’. To draw distinctions is to show and underline differences, in this case, the different and varied ways of approaching drawing for varying purposes, reasons and concepts. As the practice of drawing in Art and Design can take many guises and serve many purposes, its concept will always remain an open debate. For the purpose of this exhibition, Drawing was defined very widely as two dimensional in nature and a developmental process of an idea whether objective, subjective, observational, instructional and /or informational, in any medium or media and preferred process whether conventional, unconventional or experimental.

This exhibition by definition will hopefully enlighten the possibilities of what drawing is and can be and contribute to the continuing debate to its definition. The exhibition will be firstly shown in The Furlong Gallery on the university campus in Menomonie in September and October 2018 and then will travel to the home of The London Group, The Cello Factory in London for April 2019.

Drawing Distinctions, corner with several images

Gallery 209 - Student Gallery

Advanced Sculpture
October 12th - October 19th

Upcoming Shows

Bailey Mastin - Show
October 19th - October 26th

Advanced Painting
October 26th - November 2th

Sarah Robey & Galilee Peaches
November 2nd - 9th

MFA Thesis Show
November 9th - 16th 

Kurtz, Bennett, and Gustafson Thesis Show
November 30th - December 6th

Past Shows
Charlie Wimmer 500 Drawings

Charlie Wimmer 500 Drawings

A Gazetteer of Some American Places

A Gazetteer of Some American Places

Above the Arctic Circle

Above the Arctic Circle

Juried Student Show 2016

Juried Student Show 2016

Prometheus 2016

Prometheus 2016

Tom Hollenback's Distant Actions

Tom Hollenback's Distant Actions

2016 Best of Design Juried Show

2016 Best of Design Juried Show