Faculty Spotlight Kathy Metaxas

June 24 - November 24

Lower Level Gallery | Kathy Metaxas works in woodblock, collagraph, handmade paper

ACP instructor Kathy Metaxas coaxed out the inner artist of many Communiversity participants during her day-long, community-wide Mono-thon. The art of monotype printmaking, where colorful, flat acrylic prints are pressed one on top of another, is an ever-evolving exploration resulting in complex, layered works. The results of the Communiversity Mono-thon can be seen below and in person at the Robeson Center for the Arts until August 29, 2014.

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Also on view, works by Kathy in woodblock, collagraph (printmaking plates) and handmade paper.

Faculty Spotlight Monothon 2

Faculty Spotlight Monothon

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