Juergen Strunck

Juergen Strunck

In Retrospect: 45 Years of Teaching

 Work by University of Dallas Printmaking Alumni

Juried by Professor Mark Anderson, Printmaker  and 
Chairman of Baylor University Art Department

 
Nicholas Cladis    Andrew DeCaen    Nancy Ferro    David Fiegenschue
Sarah Francis    Clare Frank    Sarina Fuhrmann    Brenton Good
April Herrera    Ben Herrera    Mirka Hokkanen    Elizabeth Holden
Carrie Keasler    Kim Kolker    Heidi Lingamfelter    Diane Marks
Jean McComas    Alex Peacher    Nicholas Parker    Laray Polk
Krystal Read    Lisa Renz    Coco Rico    Humberto Saenz
Albert Scherbarth    Maiko Shioda    Donna Stallard    Jonathan Stewart
Bill Thompson    Jeffrey Vaughn
 

This exhibition included works by printmaking department alumni who studied with Professor Juergen Strunck during his long and influential career at the University of Dallas.  Professor Mark  Anderson, Baylor University  Art Department Chairman and master printmaker, made selections from the entrants' submitted art work .

March 21 through April 27, 2014

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