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Contrast and Balance Art Student Show

December 05, 2018

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Rose Klein created this self-portrait created in the collage workshop in conjunction with the Espirit de France Art Show at Western.

The show opens this Friday with a reception and ceramic sale.

Contrast and Balance opens in the Western Wyoming Community College Art Gallery December 7th- January 9th.  The reception and ceramic sale will be take place from 4:30-7PM December 7th.

The art students’ show at Western Wyoming Community College is the culmination of a first semester Art Foundation Program that prepares students to major and advance within the applied and fine arts area.  Students from Design: 2D, Drawing I, Digital Imaging I, Photo I, Painting I and all levels of Ceramics display the best of their efforts. Students who participate in the art program are in-state, out of state and international students, who are also of traditional and non- traditional ages.

Students’ learning opportunities this fall semester have included a guest artist workshop given by Lilianne Milgrom, in conjunction with the collage show Esprit de France that was held in the art gallery.  Examples of student work from this workshop encompassing a variety of subject matter will be presented in Contrast and Balance, the art students’ show. The work demonstrates multiple techniques of collage application and finish.

Introductory courses In Design, Painting and Drawing are taught by Professor of Art, Florence McEwin. “We have a large and talented entering class of art majors who are taking foundation this semester. Foundation majors go on to undertake programs in both applied and fine arts and will become everything from teachers to animators,” according to Professor McEwin. Photo and digital course work within art is instructed by Hank Ketelsen.  Students transfer design information and understanding into the photographic vocabulary and techniques learned in these courses. That same design vocabulary of contrast and balance takes a transformation into clay vessels and forms in ceramic course work, taught by Bart Fetz.   

The Friday evening, December 7th reception in the art gallery is free and open to the public and is a celebration of semester’s end and art! For more information regarding the Show, please contact Dr. Florence McEwin at, or visit the Mustang Connections App



Persons seeking admission, employment or access to programs of Western Wyoming Community College shall be considered without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, political belief, handicap, or veteran status.

For more information, contact Audrey Harton at (307) 382-1661 or
(307) 382-1600 or toll free (800) 226-1181