Waterfield Library: "Works by Rick Nance," Oct. 13–Nov. 7, 2017
The University Libraries, Murray State Department of Art & Design and University Galleries are pleased to announce an exhibit of "Works by Rick Nance," on view in the Waterfield Library from Oct. 13 through Nov. 7, 2017. Nance is a professional graphic designer and visiting lecturer in Illustration and Graphic Design this year in Murray State's Department of Art & Design. He is also the host of the WKMS radio show, "Rick’s Kitchen Sink."
In his artist statement, Nance writes:
My art represents a long and varied career from an art student in the 1970s at Murray State University to a pre-press technician and photographer in Nashville, Tennessee, in the 1980s to the freelance illustrator and instructor that I am presently. While my work is solely digital media, I attempt to combine elements in my work found in many non-digital technical processes: hatch-marks and halftone dot patterns. In my imagery, I draw from pop culture and classical themes. Much of my personal work reflects my love of music and literature. I have been lucky as a freelance graphic designer to incorporate much of these same elements in my professional work.
"Works by Rick Nance" is free and open to the public during Waterfield Library’s normal hours.
ARTWORK BY RICK NANCE: DAVID and JAZZ (digital media prints)
Thursday, 26 October, 2017
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Cost:Free and Open to the Public
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