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Friday, July 29, 2016

Clemson Art Department Faculty Members, Todd Anderson and Anderson Wrangle, Get Mountainous!

Todd Anderson, Andrew Glacier in Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP)
Assistant Professor, Todd Anderson (printmaking) is conducting fieldwork for an upcoming project that focuses on Rocky Mountain National Park's remaining glaciers. Over the course of nine days in July of 2016, Todd hiked roughly 75 miles while logging thousands of feet of elevation gain/loss to visit the park's last remaining glaciers.

While in Montana, he was visited by Clemson University Associate Professor Anderson Wrangle (photography).
Anderson Wrangle, summit view from Hagues Peak (13,500 ft. elevation), RMNP.
The project will result in a portfolio of original fine art prints and limited edition of artist's books. The project is a collaborative effort between Todd Anderson, Bruce Crownover (University of Wisconson-Madison) and Ian van Coller (Bozeman State University). Todd Anderson anticipates the new project to be completed in 2018. This project follows in the wake of The Last Glacier, a project which documented the remaining glaciers of Glacier National Park (

Todd Anderson, Rowe Glacier, looking down from the summit of Hagues Peak (13,500 ft), RMNP. [photo by Anderson Wrangle]

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