The exhibit is the product of a collaboration among Princeton University artist Daniel Heyman; printmaker and retired UND art professor Kim Fink; graphic designer Lucy Ganje; and Leigh Jeanotte, a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa and Director of UND’s American Indian Student Services.
Children's Stories from Around the World: by Maroah Lowry
For the project, Lowry selected seven children’s stories, each representing a culture from one of the world’s continents, created illustrations, and then crafted each story into a handmade book. Lowry used different art media, papers, book binding techniques, and illustration styles to reflect the origins of each tale.
“Lint in My Pocket” and “That Moment You Know You’re Not Alone”
Fargo painter Emily Williams-Wheeler draws inspiration from the bits of random color and textures that make up the lint from a dryer’s trap. “At first glance, it appears grey, but if you look closely, one will find that it is more complicated than that,” said Williams-Wheeler. An exhibit of her acrylic paintings and encaustics (pigmented beeswax and resin).
Location: Northwest Art Center’s Gordon B. Olson Library Gallery
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