NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – This fall 2019, Rutgers Art Library (71 Hamilton St, New Brunswick, NJ 08901) will host a free public exhibit of artwork titled “Recombination” by Anna Erickson, a graduate student from Rutgers, Department of Landscape Architecture. The work was part of an independent study project with Associate Professor, Richard Alomar and will be on display from Sept 1- October 31, 2019.
From the artist Anna Erickson:
“During the Spring 2019 semester, 45 sketch strips were generated (only 38 are displayed) to explore methods of division and combination of elements that make up a 'place' through mixed media. The first two drawings of a strip focused on division, using media such as ink, watercolor palettes, color pencil, and watercolor pencils to split a scene into two halves of a whole place. The third and fourth images focused on combination, putting together the images that were broken apart and wrapping an additional layer of digital effects around them, forming a new 'whole' image.”
Have questions about the exhibit or the Rutgers University Art Library? Please contact Megan Lotts, Art Librarian at email@example.com or call (848)932-7189.
The Rutgers Art Library, located on Rutgers University–New Brunswick’s College Avenue Campus, was established in 1966 and supports research and teaching in art history, photography, architecture, and landscape architecture. It holds over 90,000 volumes and provides access to a host of print and electronic journals related to the arts. It serves as a venue for events and exhibitions with a particular emphasis on Rutgers students, faculty, and local artists.
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