The current exhibition in The Maslow Study Gallery was installed for Peter Hoffer’s printmaking students who are working on woodcut prints this semester. The selected prints from The Maslow Collection explore the range of image making techniques and effects that are possible with woodcuts, and... read more
The purpose of this installation is to extract emotion in an attempt to understand how different images affect different people. Each piece that has been selected can be considered "disturbing" in one way or another. Ultimately, the rationale for the exhibition is to create an atmosphere where the... read more
The current exhibition in The Maslow Study Gallery is the result of a collaboration between the curator of The Maslow Collection and the textile professor Eva Polizzi, along with her students in this semester’s Fibers and Related Media course. The initial discussion for the exhibition took place... read more
The rationale for the selection of works from The Maslow Collection for this installation in the Maslow Study Gallery was based on identifying artists in the Collection who were either teachers or students at Black Mountain College near Asheville, North Carolina during the 1940s and 1950s. This installation... read more
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