Digital print with oil on canvas
28” x 41”
Courtesy the artist
(January 15 – January 24, 2004)
This exhibition features recent works by Kara Spoonhour, the 2002 Margaret Stonewall Wooldridge Hamblet award winner. The Hamblet award winner is selected by a panel of outside jurors from an open invitational for graduating seniors held each spring. The award, an $18,000 grant to be used for travel and study during the year following graduation, culminates in this exhibition. In this body of work, Spoonhour uses a variety of resources including historical photography, news articles, satellite imagery and propaganda posters to create bold and powerful images reflecting current world issues.