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Dan Corrigan
Illuminations
April 4 - 20, 2008
Gallery 1448
Baltimore, MD

©2008 Daniel Corrigan
Measure For Measure Series #s 4, 7, and 9
Acrylic Ink on Paper

 
 
©2008 Dan Corrigan
Measure For Measure
 
©2008 Dan Corrigan
Measure For Measure
 
 
 

Dan Corrigan, an English and Art major at Loyola College in Maryland, produced a solo exhibition of calligraphic paintings at the end of his junior year.
Based upon the text of several famous works of English literature-- poems from Old English, Shakespeare’s play Measure for Measure, and William Butler Yeat's collection, Tthe Wind Among the Reeds--he experimented with acrylic inks and multiple methods of application. He exhibited twenty-two layered, brightly colored works of abstracted hisorical calligraphy in which text became image. Some works included gold leaf; some were built upon transfer prints of trees that formed the underlying compositional structure.
Corrigan attempted to symbolically evoke the tone of his original sources. His work explored the complex relationship between reader and text as well as between viewer and works of art.
           

©2008 Daniel Corrigan
Measure For Measure Series #1
Wind Among the Reeds Series #s 4, 8
 
©2008 Dan Corrigan
Measure For Measure
 
©2008 Dan Corrigan
Measure For Measure
 
 
 
 
 
©2008 Owen Corrigan
The Artist, Installation and
Opening Reception of Illuminations
 
©2008 Dan Corrigan
Measure For Measure
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 

Sarah Coldwell
A Full Body of Work
April 16 - May 24, 2005
Minas Gallery
Baltimore, MD

©2005 Sarah Coldwell
Body Cuts No. 16
 
©2005 Sarah Coldwell
Body Cuts No. 30
 
©2004 Sarah Coldwell
Body Cuts No.7
 
 
 
 

Studio Art major, Sarah Coldwell, exhibited forty-one images in her series about body perception. She shared the exhibitios space with photography major, Meredith Friedman, who showed her senion project series, Whole Pieces.
Coldwell addressed the problems anorexia, and other eating disorders that plague the lives of many women, giving them a distorted body/self image. She posed the question, "What do you see?"  in an attempt to encourage questioning conventional assumptions about thinness and fashion, even as her images enticed the viewer through their visual attractiveness.
Working with the mixed mediums copier transfers on printmaking paper with various addition of watercolor and pencils, Coldwell's results were a unique hybrid between mixed media drawings and transfer monoprints. She also produced limited edition digital prints of selected images which she sold at the show.           

©2004 Sarah Coldwell
Body Cuts No. 10
 
©2004 Sarah Coldwell
Body Cuts No. 12
 
©2004 Sarah Coldwell
Body Cuts No. 11
 

 

 

 

 

 

 
©2004 Sarah Coldwell
Body Cuts No. 15
 
©2004 Sarah Coldwell
Inkblot #3
 

©2004 Sarah Coldwell
Inkblot #2

 

 

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Rebecca Ridout,
Dana Moss

Independent Studies, Clay, 2001
©2001 Rebecca Ridout
Hand built Tea Set
 
©2001 Dana Moss
Wheel-thrown Pottery
 

©201 0Dana Moss
Wheel-thrown and hand built pottery