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Student art on display through Nov. 19

The WKU Department of Art’s 2010 Student Juried Exhibition is open at the Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center Gallery through Nov. 19. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

This yearly exhibition showcases much of the strongest work produced by students in the WKU Department of Art. Two outside jurors select the pieces included and decide upon awards. An additional award is sponsored and presented by the Bowling Green World’s Greatest Studio Tour.

This year’s juror for studio art was Kristi Hargrove, Assistant Professor of Fine Art at the Watkins College of Art, Design and Film in Nashville, Tenn. The graphic design juror was Matthew Wilson, art director for the Bowling Green office of Werkshop Marketing.

Both jurors commented on the quality of the work, and congratulated all students on their submissions. “I was struck by the ambition of all the entries and I am continuously in awe of the willingness of artists to open up to the daunting process of critique and judgment,” Hargrove said.

This year’s award winners are as follows:

Graphic Design

  • Best of show: German Film Poster and Applications by Kelly Mulhall
  • Best symbol/logo: The Afterlife by Dustin Borton
  • Best use of typography: New Grass Festival by Wes Buchannon
  • Best poster design: Ski abroad expo by Joey Tyler
  • Best applied design: Three Brother’s by Bennett Aibler
  • Best new media: Encounters in Transit by Donnie Faires
  • Juror’s Merit Award: Futura, Robot by Kelly Smith

Studio

  • Best of show: Fluid Repetition: the Human Experience by Cynthia Cline
  • Special Award, Work on Paper: Lineberg Crib by Chasen Iglehart
  • Special Award, 3D work: Hand in a Jar by Ryan Counts
  • Best Ceramics: Teapot and Pitcher by Rachel Baumgardner
  • Best Drawing: Untitled by Megan Hensley
  • Juror’s Award: Untitled (Black Rectangle) by Megan Hensley
  • Best Painting: Still Life of Boots by Chen Huang
  • Best Print: Odin Wants You by Julie Schuck
  • Best Sculpture: Caged Chainsaw by David Barlow
  • Best Weaving: Snail Ikat by Wes Buchanan
  • World’s Greatest Studio Tour Award (sponsored by the WGST): Marvin by Shannon Dyche

Contact: Kristina Arnold, (270) 745-2314

 

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