FHSU professor involved in exhibitions across the U.S.
01/22/2003

Fort Hays State University's Gordon Sherman, assistant professor of art, is currently involved in various art exhibitions across the United States.

The MOAK (Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas) Four State Regional Competitive Exhibition was at The Springfield Art Museum in Springfield, MO. "Sharks," which was Sherman's displayed work, is a drawing of charcoal, gesso and digital transfer. The exhibit ran from Nov. 16, 2002 - Jan. 5, 2003.

The 16th Parkside National Small Print Exhibition is at the University of Wisconsin in Kenosha, WI. Sherman's work, "Right Time," is an intaglio print with digital etching and embossment. The exhibit runs until Feb. 20.

The Sixth Annual Juried National Art Exhibition is at the Baker Arts Center in Liberal, KS. Sherman's work is "The Last Trout on Earth." It is a mixed media drawing in charcoal, watercolor, acrylic, wood, digital transfers and graphite. This work was named Best of Show in the two-dimensional category. The exhibit runs until Feb. 23.

The Ninth Annual Great Plains National will be at the Moss-Thorns Gallery at Fort Hays State University. Two of Sherman's works were accepted here. "When Angels Sleep" is a charcoal and watercolor drawing. "Right Time" will also be on display. The exhibit will run from Feb. 14 to March 21.

The Topeka Competition 25 will be at the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery of the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library in Topeka, KS. This exhibition was open to 3-D artists from Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Iowa, Colorado and Wyoming. Sherman's sculpture, "Gesture," is made of bronze and wood. The exhibit will run from March 1 to March 28.


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