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Browsing Permanent Collection, McIninch Gallery by Title

Browsing Permanent Collection, McIninch Gallery by Title

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  • GHOS 
    Auten, Gerald
    Gerald Auten was educated at The University of Iowa (BFA Drawing and Painting), Washington University-St. Louis (MFA Painting) and The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (M. Arch). As Senior Lecturer in Studio Art he teaches ...
  • Chagoya, Enrique (2017)
    The Ghosts of Borderlandia is a codex that refers to the borders that people build between themselves. In this codex, peoples are hidden by a wall or underground to symbolize the lack of sight that the borders create. The ...
  • Grossman, Suzi (2012)
    This diptych is part of a series by the artist titles Flowers for All of US. In Flowers for All of Us, Grossman explores the dynamics of familial relationships within the domestic sphere. Grossman structures the images in ...
  • Dumas, Jorge
    Jorge Dumas was born in Montevideo, Uruguay. Although the artist's formal training was in Constructivism, four years of living among Gypsies and tin miners revealed to him the possibilities of the figurative, and he has ...
  • H.S.I 
    Carvajal-Huschmid, Amparo (2008-12)
  • Hands 
    Rogers, Dale (2012)
  • Have knot 
    Robinson, Rebecca
    Sculpture in which and alabaster form in shape of cloth with a single knot sits on a black walnut pedestal. The foot of the alabaster form is impaled by a metal railroad spike.
  • Kaufmann, Arthur
  • Burke, Jesse (2014)
    Heart of Gold is one photograph from Jesse Burke's personal work called Wild and Precious. The series brings together treasures from multiple road trips by Jesse Burke when he traveled with his daughter to explore the ...
  • Eluchans, Alejandro (1985)
  • Bourgeois, Ulric
  • Bourgeois, Ulric (n.d.)
  • Gemmil, James (1983)
  • Oxman, Katja (1997)
    Katja Oxman’s still lifes allude to a tranquil, interior world. Their unidentifiable space serves as miniature rooms where seemingly nothing occurs beyond their perimeters. The prints are structured like tableaus and appear ...
  • Chagoya, Enrique (2010)
    In this print, Enrique Chagoya depicts a world beset with man-made pollution: environmental, social and industrial. The planet is anthropomorphized as a character who has met their wit's end. Each country is drawn in a ...
  • Imber, Jon (1989)
    Jon Imber divided his time between the Boston area and Stonington, Maine and it is the coastal landscape of Maine where he derived most of his subject matter. Imber received his MFA from Boston University, where he studied ...
  • Tolley, Rebekah A. L. (2008-12)
  • Beathy (2008-12)
  • Lampe, Judy (2008-12)