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Growing up in California, William Barnes attended UCLA before studying painting at Drake with Jules Kirschenbaum. He then studied with Byron Burford in Iowa City, whose course in materials and techniques introduced him to egg tempera and casein, his…

Rachel says this about her work:"Everything I use in my work I have purchased at local thrift stores or found at abandoned houses through out the years. The images in my pieces do not belong to me, they are artifacts of others' lives. I have always…

Assemblage made of indigo-pigmented catalog cards, flax cord, silk thread, and cherry wood.

Catalog card painted and printed with leaves.

Dan received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. His work has been seen in exhibitions in Des Moines and Minneapolis and can be found in several private collections. New American Paintings featured his work…

"The Eighteenth Annual Festival of Fine Arts at the State University of Iowa is proud to present the first major exhibition in this area of African sculpture in which a survey of the principle tribal styles is attempted. The exhibition has been…