Three Faculty Evoke History, Culture in Florence Exhibition

May 23rd, 2011 by CCAD News
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Digital print on handmade Japanese paper by Helen Hoffelt

Columbus Discovers Italy is an exhibition that evokes layers of Italian history and culture as seen by three CCAD faculty members.

Opening Monday, June 20 at 7 p.m. in Florence, Italy, the exhibition features digital prints, drawings, paintings, and sculptures by Helen Hoffelt, Char Norman, and Doug Norman. It runs through July 2, 2011 in the SACI Gallery.

Hoffelt (CCAD, 1982) is an associate professor of Photography and a former visiting instructor at Studio Arts Center International (SACI). She majored in Illustration at CCAD.

Char Norman, a former artist-in-residence at SACI, is associate provost and an associate professor at CCAD. As a fiber artist she specializes in papermaking and fiber sculpture. She has lectured and exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally.

Doug Norman is a Fine Arts professor at CCAD and also has been a visiting instructor at SACI and Xi’an Academy of Fine Art in Xi’an, China. His artwork has been featured in invitational and juried exhibitions both regionally and nationally.

 

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