Lost and Found. A Print Exchange at Morton College

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“Lost and Found” Traveling Print Exchange

“Lost and Found” is the theme for this traveling print exchange re-connecting various graduates of Illinois State University’s Fine Arts Department.  Our days in the old CVA Building were spent in close context with our fellow student artists, working long hours, cramming for Art History exams, participating in critiques…and building inspired relationships.  We have moved on to different locales and stages in our lives, and this exchange offers the opportunity to re-connect with each other through our art.

Lost and Found is print exchange created and organized by the talented Jan Brandt.     Jan is a printmaker and mixed-media artist living in Bloomington, IL.   She holds both a Bachelor of Science degree in Housing and Environmental Design and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in Printmaking.  Jan’s work has been shown across the United States, including New York, Chicago, Portland, and Los Angeles as well as internationally including Japan, London, Australia, Ontario, and British Columbia.   Jan has exhibited in numerous local shows also and is on the McLean County Arts Center board of directors.
The exchange was first shown at Jan Brandt Gallery last year and will be shown at various other locations throughout the country.

Jan Brandt
Kelly Carter-Allen
Diana Gabriel
Brittney Hudgins
Mary Laube
Mariana Malanconi
Lori McAuliffe Niemtschk
Devin Prendergast
Brenda Mendoza Rivera

This exhibition is free and open to the public.

Building C Second floor. Across from the Student Union.

Morton College. 3801 S Central Ave  Cicero, IL 60804


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