The work of 22 faculty artists and designers will be featured in the next exhibit at University of Wisconsin-Stout’s Furlong Gallery.
The School of Art and Design Faculty Exhibition opens Monday, Nov. 4, and runs through Saturday, Dec. 14, in Furlong’s north and south galleries. An opening reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 7.
Furlong Gallery is in Micheels Hall.
The list of artists includes:
- Jennifer Astwood, industrial design
- Robert Atwell, studio art
- Daniel Atyim, studio art
- Morgan Barrie, studio art
- Tamara Brantmeier, studio art
- Rachel Bruya, studio art
- Nathan Clark, design
- Chloe Darke, studio art
- Alex DeArmond, graphic design
- Preston Dunn, studio art
- Amy Fichter, studio art
- Tom Hollenback, studio art
- Kim Loken, design
- Charles Matson Lume, studio art
- Kelly O’Brien, studio art
- Shelley Pecha, interior design
- Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro, studio rt
- Nagesh Shinde, graphic design
- Kari Tarr, studio art
- Darren Tesar, studio art
- Geoffrey Wheeler, studio art
- Joshua Wilichowski, design
The School of Art and Design, the largest in the UW System, has six undergraduate programs and a Master of Fine Arts in design.
Student studio art exhibits
Two student exhibitions are coming up in Gallery 209 in the Applied Arts Building. From Associate Professor Tim Tozer’s painting class:
- Anthony Clementi, a senior from Wayne, Ill., and Kasey O’Brien, a senior from Jefferson, will exhibit Friday, Nov. 1, through Friday, Nov. 8.
- Jacob Anderson, a senior from Bloomer, and Jane Gadbois, a senior from St. Paul, will exhibit Friday, Nov. 8, to Friday, Nov. 15.
The four students are majoring in studio art.
Daniel Atyim’s “Wiffle of Forbidden Fruit,” an oil painting, will be part of the Faculty Exhibition at Furlong Gallery.
Morgan Barrie’s “Ornament,” a composite of photos on inkjet print, will be part of the exhibit.
Charles Matson Lume’s "Some poems still exist on the other side of our lives (for Charles Wright)," made of hologram, duct tape and light will be part of the exhibit.
Jennifer Astwood's Made at Stout ceramic mug.