2013 Art Department Faculty Exhibition

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The University of Dallas Art Department 2013 Faculty Exhibition

September 6 – September 29, 2013

Featured artists: Dan Hammett, Kim Cadmus Owens, Juergen Strunck, Phillip Shore, Lyle Novinski, Virginia Marsh and Betsy Belcher. The work in the exhibition reflects the diverse talents of the university’s faculty in sculpture, ceramic art, painting, drawing, printmaking and mixed media.

Art History Presentations:

• Catherine Caesar – Ranking the Rankings: UD Studio Art and the College Rating System

• Lyle Novinski – Carpenter’s Gothic revisited: Renovation and Restoration Aligned

• Laura Bruck – James Ensor’s Liber Veritatis: The Copy as Professional and Personal Document

• Estelle Fonteneau – Marianne Preindlsberger Stokes (1855-1927): the Formative Years

 

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