Chris uses painting, letterpress, and hand-bound books to consider the connections between perception, labor, and representation.Chris was introduced to book arts at the Wells College Book Arts Center, and currently works at Bixler Press & Type Foundry.Her intent was to create an environment that informed visitors of the realities of war and established a sense of personal connection with the individual soldiers.
He will graduate from Wells in May with a major in Visual Arts: Studio Art and a minor in Book Arts.
Dandara Catetefo Katherine Duunbecoming Sarah Esocoff Paintings Of People We Don't Know Sarah Koppelkam Sourced Confusion Virgil B/G Taylor Irregular Quadrilateral CFA Arts Administration Intern Chloe Jones ’15 talks to Virgil B/G Taylor ’15 about his thesis in Studio Art on the Center for the Arts blog here.
An angled memorial wall acts as a transition space and unifies the two exhibit sections.
Bohl shaped the inner space to reflect the rocky terrain on which the war’s battles were fought.
Inner panels increase in height to recall the famous “raising the flag” photo on Iwo Jima, the final battle fought by the 3rd Marine Division.
Inner panels narrate the battles through individual storytelling and artifacts including letters and soldiers’ belongings. View the talents of seniors Dandara Catete, Katherine Du, Sarah Esocoff, Sarah Koppelkam, and Virgil B/G Taylor in the Art Studio Program of Wesleyan’s Department of Art and Art History from Tuesday, April 14 through Sunday, April 19, 2015.Emily Gold is a student at Drexel University, studying Graphic Design with minors in Fine Arts and Marketing.The challenge of designing more than just a visual, but a complete experience in which people interact with each and every day excite Mike Garzarelli.Mike Garzarelli won a Merit Award in the SEGD Global Design Awards in 2015 for his senior thesis project in graphic design at Drexel University called CRYPTO2016 SEGD Board Member Jody Graff is an Associate Professor and Program Director of Graphic Design in the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design at Drexel University.Joyglenn Lionel (Brooklyn, New York) is an interdisciplinary artist currently working with wood, paper, and installation to create architectural sculptures depicting what gentrification may look like if condensed into one moment.While at Wells, Joyglenn spent a semester studying abroad in Florence, Italy at Lorenzo de Medici, and studied widely through the liberal arts in fields such as Psychology, Anthropology, Philosophy, Political Science, Sustainability, and Creative Writing.Taylor Lim is a Graphic Designer at Gensler in Washington, D. Taylor Lim recently graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in graphic design from Drexel University, with a minor in marketing.She loves print design (packaging, branding, publication design) and environmental graphic design.She is specifically interested in typography, brand identity and publication design.Her ultimate career goal is to be a graphic designer for a non-profit organization.