Veronika Szkudlarek is interested in the interdisciplinary and innovative possibilities of paint and digital imaging. She uses traditional analogue material like oil paints with animation software like Cinema 4D, After Effects, Dragonframe and Photoshop. She looks to areas of growth, including technology and expanded practices for inspiration most recently using VR technology to make 3D paintings.
Toronto-based artist and designer, watercolour illustration, Illustrative and digital print techniques in fibre, shadowboxes. OCADU classes taught have included Think Tank (sustainability and equity in Design), Drawing techniques and processes for material artists and designers, Colour and 2D theory for designers, Professional Practice, Experience Design (user experience theory).
Nicole Collins' artistic practice focuses on the effect of time, accumulation, force and heat on visceral materials, through painting, drawing, installation, intervention, video, and sound. Since 1994 she has exhibited extensively including solo exhibitions at The Koffler Art Gallery, Toronto (2018), The University of Waterloo Art Gallery (2013), The Art Gallery of Ontario (2013) and The Embassy of Canada in Tokyo (2001) and group exhibitions in Toronto, Hamilton, St. Johns, New York, Miami, London, Venice and Zurich.
Friday, November 2, 2007 - 4:00am to Friday, February 1, 2008 - 5:00am
Drawing ... the term brings to mind formal concepts such as line, volume, shading, rhythm and images of delicately pencil-rendered scenes or maybe a heavy, charcoal, expressionistic rendering of the human form. These are important aspects of drawing but, like other media, it has expanded to include unusual materials and approaches. This exhibition focuses on contemporary artists for whom drawing is a major emphasis of their work, and a major goal of this exhibition is to present a wide range of approaches to drawing.
While researching this exhibition, the staff was inspired by the diversity of work - from the more explorative and experimental to the materials and techniques with which we were more familiar. Throughout the research we were constantly pleased to find skilled and creative artists continuing to make drawing a vital and dynamic approach to image making.
Includes work by Steven Robert Barich, Pat Brentano, Cathy Daley, Lori Field, Daphne Gerou, Paul Harcharik, Carol Hopper, Elizabeth Leger, Monika Malewska, Rob Matthews, Heeseop Yoon and Deborah Zlotsky.
Venue & Address:
Turchin Center for Visual Arts Appalachian State University423 West King Street, Boone, North Carolina