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Saturday, February 22, 2014

Clemson University Art Department BFA Candidate, Colton Miller, a Part of the National Juried Print Exhibition at Artworks, Trenton, NJ

Kolton Miller, binary, 15" x 22", woodblock reduction and dry point print


"Since an early age I have been drawing, painting, and sculpting.  I’m currently finishing my BFA at Clemson University.  I have shown works in many galleries and museums, and really enjoy the expression of the viewers and how my voice can visually be heard.  I have grown as an artist from being strict and photo-like, to more gestural and decisive lines within paintings and drawings.  I truly enjoy expressing life, beauty and moments in time.

"Artists that influence me are Jenny Saville, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Georgia O’Keeffe.  I respect the decisions these artist made when coming to color, tonality and conception."  

Juried Print Exhibition

Artworks First Annual 
Juried Print Exhibition
March 1-29, 2014

Juror: Phyllis E. Wright
Phyllis received her BFA at Carnegie-Mellon University and her MFA from The George Washington University where she was a graduate fellow. Upon graduation she became an Assistant Professor of Art teaching Printmaking, Design and Mixed Media for a decade. While living in Maryland she was one of the original members of Maryland Print-makers, a not for profit educational corporation established to encourage the making and collecting of fine art prints. As President she coordinated the 1993 Southern Graphics Council Conference. Ms Wright has also been a preparator of art for various museums and galleries. Since 2007 she has taught middle and upper school art at Stuart County Day School where she is also the gallery director. Phyllis loves to travel for inspiration to near and far off places.  She is an active artist whose work is shown and collected worldwide.

Artworks | 19 Everett Alley | Trenton, NJ 08611 | Phone: 609-394-9436 |
Gallery Hours (during exhibits)- Wed - Friday 11-6, Sat 11-4

1 comment:

  1. Nice job, and congratulations. I picked up your first place piece.