Gordon K. Sherman, associate professor of art at Fort Hays State University, has participated in several recent exhibitions.
Sherman had three works accepted in the third annual National Small Print Exhibition, a competition in the Creede Repertory Theater Gallery in Creede, CO.: "Right Time II" and "Eastern Wind," intaglio prints, and "Propaganda Portrait," a mixed media monoprint. " Eastern Wind" won third-place juror's award.
Sherman also organized and presented a group invitational exhibit with his advanced printmaking students at the Delmar Riney Gallery, Pratt Community College, in Pratt. The exhibit ran from March through April.
At the 34th Smoky Hill exhibit at the Hays Arts Council, two of Sherman's works were accepted: "When Angels Sleep," a charcoal and watercolor, and "Propaganda Portraits," a series of intaglio monoprints. Juror for the exhibit was Darlene Brown, director of the Spiva Center for the Arts in Joplin, MO. The exhibit ran through May 23, 2003.
Two of Sherman's works were accepted to the Texas National art exhibit at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, TX, during May. "Venus Icon V" is color pencil and gold leaf on slate and "Sharks" is charcoal, gesso and digital transfer on paper.