02 November, 2005

WOW Profiles IX

This series of posts previews the artists participating in the walking on water portfolio (WOW). This post features Brian Jones, Marilyn Whitesell and Donna Stallard

Brian H. Jones: Louisville, KY


Brian H. Jones is Professor of Fine Arts, in the areas of Printmakng, Drawing, and Art Theory. He received his BFA from Indiana University in 1975, and his MFA from the University of Cincinnati, in 1977. His work has been exhibited in over 30 solo exhibitions and in over 125 international, national, and regional exhibitions, receiving numerous awards at each level. Brian’s work is further represented in museum, university, and corporate collections throughout the country. The recipient of over 15 individual artist fellowships, Brian has been a Fellow to such programs as the MacDowell Colony, the Corporation of Yaddo, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. As a teacher and creative researcher, Brian has received five University teaching awards and the University’s Outstanding Research and Creativity Award.

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Child's Play Fossil, Intaglio, 1998 © Brian H. Jones

Marilyn T. Whitesell: Louisville, KY


Gluechel of HamlinDigital Print

The Graphic Design concentration was added in 1999 as part of the Fine Arts program with the addition of Marilyn Whitesell. This relatively new program has had success in attracting students from both Kentucky and Indiana. Students with two year associates degrees from surrounding schools have returned to school to concentrate in graphic design and earn a four year degree. The program has been successful in placing its talented students in internships where they have the opportunity to gain valuable experience in the field before graduation. Mrs. Whitesell's background is in print and multimedia design and is able to share her knowledge of the field and personal expertise with her students. She is also involved in digital printmaking and exhibits regionally and nationally.

Donna Stallard: Louisville, KY

Donna Stallard is our newest addition to the collegiate and Arts Institute faculty. Ms. Stallard holds a Mater of Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees from the University of Dallas, Irving, and a Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University Southeast. She has received several commissions, including the Leon & Marian Rand Commission, on display at the Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center on the IU Southeast campus. Ms. Stallard comes to IU Southeast from North Lake College in Irving, Texas, where she taught classes on art appreciation, stained glass, printmaking and drawing to a broad range of culturally diverse students.

RB#6, SIV/WAF By Donna Stallard

RB#6, SIV/WAF By Donna Stallard

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