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Dawn Hunter's “See How You Appear to Others,” graphite and ink on paper.
Dawn Hunter's “See How You Appear to Others,” graphite and ink on paper.

Continued: Art

Artists included in the exhibition:

Pam Bowers
Work: “#1 The Misery of Pork.” Oil on paper, 2008

David Voros
Work: “Icarus: Dream of Flight.” Oil on canvas, 2009

Dr. Cynthia Colbert
Work: “The Wisdom of My Grandmothers.” Leather, waxed linen, handmade paper (kozo, cotton, linen), text on cotton/linen, 2009

Dr. Karen Heid
Work: “South Carolina Landscapes.” Oil on panel, 2009

Mana Hewitt
Work: “Ink x 3 (triptych).” Acrylic on paper with gold leaf, 2009

Susan Hogue
Work: “Why We Smoke?” Film, 2008

Ann Hubbard
Work: “Time Channel.” Oil Stick on Masonite, 2009

Dawn Hunter
Work: “See How You Appear to Others.” Graphite and ink on paper, 2007

Robert F. Lyon
Work: “Migration.” Turned ash wood and nails, 2009

F. Tobias Morris
Work: “Some Things Become Clearer Over Time, Some Things Do Not (30 minutes).” Silver Gelatin Print, 2007

Stephanie Nace
Work: “Temptation 1.” Hand-made apple paper with stitching, 2007

Carol Pittman
Work: “Blue Bouquet.” Acrylic on canvas, 2009

Joan Podd
Work: “Coast of Carolina.” Acrylic and hand-painted paper collage, 2008

Kathleen Robbins
Work: “The Eldest Daughter’s Bookshelf.” Archival pigment print, 2007

Chris Robinson
Work: “Untitled (Maine fibroblast).” Digital drawing, 2008

Mary Robinson
Work: “Lifeworld: Circulation.” Intaglio and handstitching on paper, housed in lightbox, 2008

Sara Schneckloth
Work: “Confounded Edge.” Charcoal on cut paper, 2008

Simon Tarr
Work: “FUD.” Video presentation, 2007

Marius Valdes
Work: “Eggs Shotski Escapes.” Pen and ink, digital, 2008


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Department of Art Faculty Show exhibition

  • When: Through Jan. 9 (public reception 5 - 7 p.m. Sept. 17)
  • Where: McKissick Museum second floor, South Gallery

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