Faculty News


 

Jo Lynch, Faculty Member, Exhibits at the Malinda Berry Fischer Gallery

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Jo Lynch, Catching Rays, Watercolor

Professor Jo Lynch presently has an exhibition in the Malinda Berry Fischer Gallery, OSU Foundation, 400 South Monroe. The exhibit runs Oct 1 thru December 31 and the opening reception is this thursday, October 13 at 5:30 - 7. The show includes a variety of her watercolor works, with a focus on her explorations into the effects of sunlight on and through transparent/translucent objects.


 

Phil Choo, Faculty Member, chosen for the Hot New Pics Show

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Phil Choo, Wishes on 38th Parallel by North Korea, 11.5" X 11.5"

Professor Phil Choo has been selected as one of the artists to exhibit work in the Hot New Pics Show. The exhibition will take place at Center Gallery at the Midwest Center for Photography, Wichita, KS. The exhibition dates are October 28 - November 11, with an opening reception on Friday, October 28th from 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.


 

Liz Roth, Art Department Faculty Member featured in the Stillwater Newspress

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Liz Roth

Professor Liz Roth was featured in the Lifestyle section of the Stillwater NewsPress, Sunday, September 25th. The article Grand Canyon Art to be Showcased by Silas Allen discusses her artist-in-residence at the Grand Canyon National Park and the Faculty Show at the Gardiner Art Gallery.


 

Ron Du Bois, Professor Emeritus

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Professor Ron Du Bois is featured in the fall 2011 issue of STATE Magazine. The article written, by Janet Varnum, reports on Professor du Bois's travels to Korea, India and Nigeria while making documentaries on folk potters.


 

Liz Roth, Art Department Faculty Member, to Speak at Grand Canyon

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Liz Roth Arizona (From the American 101 Project) Oil painting, 3" X 4" X 2"

Artist-in-Residence
Liz Roth
Presents an evening program artist talk 
June 27, 2011
8:00 p.m. McKee Amphitheater

Liz Roth is a visual artist from Oklahoma who depicts social concerns in a humorous way. For her most recent project, America 101, she went to all 50 states to create paintings emphasizing environmental costs resulting from consumerism. She has completed similar projects in Japan.

For this artist talk, Liz will present some examples of her US and Japanese projects, and discuss Overload, her current project at the Grand Canyon.

The artist-in-residence presentations are free, family-friendly, all-ages programs.