Campus Center Gallery, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo, Hilo, Hawaiʻi, February 10-April 15, 2003
The Art Department of the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo and the UH Hilo Student Activities Council present the 2003 International Invitational Exhibition of Works on Paper in the Campus Center Gallery. The exhibit features works on paper by six artists from the United States, Asia, and Europe. The works on paper in the exhibition (prints, drawings, paintings, and mixed media) showcase diversity in process as well as content.
The exhibition is on display from February 10th to April 15th, 2003 in the Campus Center Gallery. A catalogue of the exhibition is under preparation. For more information on, please contact Professor Michael Marshall , Art Department .
Rhonda Ann Rosa Aquino
Rhonda Ann Rosa Aquino is an alumna of the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo. She has received exhibition awards in national and regional exhibitions. As an undergraduate art major at UH Hilo she received a Binney and Smith Liquitex National Award. Aquino resides and works on the island of Maui.
Works from the 2003 International Invitational Works on Paper Exhibition by Rhonda Ann Rosa Aquino
Dewey Crumpler is an artist from the San Francisco Bay area who teaches studio art and art history at the San Francisco Art Institute. Crumplerhas also taught at Stanford University, the University of California, and the San Francisco Art Institute. He was a visiting artist at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo in 2002. Crumpler has exhibited work throughout the U.S. and abroad. He is a National Endowment for the Arts fellow in visual arts and has also received awards and fellowships from the Fleishhacker Foundation in California, the California Arts Commission, and the National Conference of Artists.
Works from the 2003 International Invitational Works on Paper Exhibition by Dewey Crumpler
Barbara A. Harder
Barbara A. Harder lives and works in Connecticut. She teaches printmaking at the Connecticut Graphic Art Center in Norwalk and at the Creative Art Workshop in New Haven. Her work has been presented in major juried exhibitions and is included in many public and corporate collections. She is currently participating in an exhibition traveling throughout Scotland.
Works from the 2003 International Invitational Works on Paper Exhibition by Barbara A. Harder
Leon Hicks is from St. Louis, Missouri, and is Professor Emeritus at Webster University in St. Louis. Hicks is an internationally acclaimed printmaker and is a scholar of African-American art. He has presented his work in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States. Hicks has received many grants and exhibition awards and his work is represented in public collections throughout the U.S. Hicks resides and works in Florida.
Works from the 2003 International Invitational Works on Paper Exhibition by Leon Hicks
Vijay Kumar is originally from India and teaches printmaking at the Manhattan Graphics Center in New York City. Kumar has exhibited his work throughout India, the United States, Europe and Asia. During 2002, his work received the highest prize in an exhibition of prints by the Royal Society or Painters and Printmakers in London.
Works from the 2003 International Invitational Works on Paper Exhibition by Vijay Kumar
Jiri Samek lives and works in the Czech Republic. Samek has exhibited work in printmaking media throughout Europe and Asia. Samek’s work has received major international awards. During 2001, the artist participated in the Pacific Rim International Print Exhibition at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo, receiving a juror’s award.
Works from the 2003 International Invitational Works on Paper Exhibition by Jiri Samek
Boyd Sanders is Professor of Art at the University of South Carolina. His work has presented in numerous exhibitions nationally and internationally and is represented in public collections throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Saunders is a founding member of the Southern Graphics Council, the largest and one of the most influential printmaking organizations in the country, in 1972, and served as its first president. He presented his work in a major retrospective exhibition at the McKissick Museum and I. Pickney Gallery in Columbia, South Carolina, in 2001.