Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Art Works: Family Preserve

Family Preserve is a vivid work of resin with intaglio printed balsa wood, pins 
and string--is by artist Lindsey Dunnagan, Texas Woman's University, Class 
of 2014.  Photograph by Kristin Wolski. 
Editor's Note:  Art works to awaken the senses.  It fuels the imagination, encourages creativity, and clears the mind.  It relaxes us.  It can make us laugh. It provides a respite, however brief, from our tasks.  Art works to inspire our inner artists, helping us to improve our own works of art--whatever forms those may take.  It raises our quality of life.  Art just makes us feel good.

Between classes, between projects, between chapters--whenever the impulse strikes--look up and really see some of the creative works around you, including those at the Blagg-Huey Library on the Denton campus of TWU.  Because art works.

At left is Family Preserve by Lindsey Dunnagan, Texas Woman's University, Class of 2014 (MFA Painting and Drawing, MA Art History.)  

A vivid work of resin with intaglio printed balsa wood, pins and string, Family Preserve is on display on the first floor of the Blagg-Huey Library on the Denton campus of TWU.  For assistance please consult a library staff member at the Information Desk (the first desk to the right as you enter the building.)

Enjoy Family Preserve and the many other works on display on the library's four levels, whenever the library is open (a current TWU ID card is required for entrance after 9 p.m.)

~Sandy Cochran

No comments:

Post a Comment