The PCAC was filled with lots of wonderful student art on sale this past Thursday. It was great to see such a public interest in what we are doing here in the Art Department. This five hour craft extravaganza included ceramics, paintings, photography, drawings, jewelry, and snacks. What a wonderful way to kick off the […]
On Wednesday, November 20th we had the privilege to hear Raul Gonzalez III speak about his work currently on exhibit in the Museum of Art. Raul’s younger years spent in Mexico and El Paso inspire and inform his work as an artist. Drawing comic books was his entry point to art, and to this day […]
Paintings created by students who took part in the 2013 Italy study abroad are on view now until March 2014 on the main floor of the Diamond Library. Here is the announcement about it in the UNH Campus journal,http://unh.edu/campusjournal/2013/11/summer-italy-exhibit-dimond-library . For more information about the Painting UNH-In-Italy program is available here,http://cola.unh.edu/art-and-art-history/special-programs .
To compliment their exhibition, Honore Daumier: Images of Protest, Voices of Dissent the Museum of Art had UNH’s own art professor, Scott Schnepf discuss the history of lithography and give a print making demonstration in the print shop for last Wednesday’s Art break. Check out a video from the Museum of Art’s facebook page here:
Brooklyn artist Wendy Klemper spoke about her sculpture work and art residencies for the Museum of Art’s art break, Wednesday, November 6. Klemper is best known for her metal outdoor animal sculptures, two examples of which can be viewed outside the PCAC. The sculptures are made from recycled steel rebar, which are both arranged (following […]
The work of Raul Gonzalez III and Elaine Bay, currently exhibited in the downstairs of the museum, is anything but reserved. In Gonzalez`s 101 mixed media drawings there is striking contrast of these bright, unconvential drawings and the very serious social remarks behind them. In the series Los Nuevos Guerreros, Gonzalez invents characters existing in […]
As stated by the UNH Museum of Art: “In the span of four decades, Honoré Daumier (1808–1879) produced more than 4,000 lithographic prints of social and political satire, often during periods of governmental censorship of the press. These prints from the museum’s permanent collection express Daumier’s criticisms of French foreign policies and ambitions during The […]