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Department of Visual Arts Professor Brian Kelly has Prints and Research included in Solo and National Exhibitions, Portfolio Projects, and is a visiting artist at Rockford University and at LSMSA.

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During the summer of 2018 Professor Brian Kelly had a solo exhibition of prints at the Baton Rouge Gallery in Baton Rouge Louisiana and he also taught study abroad courses in London through the University’s Study Abroad Program.

Image info:
“Flash Gordon and the Jackaloup Fly By #5”
Lithograph
2018

This fall Professor Kelly will have a solo exhibition of his prints at the LSMSA Art Gallery on the campus of Northwestern State University. The exhibition will consist of 30 prints produced between the years of 2004-2017. Professor Kelly will also have work included in “SWEET, Golden and Delicious” a national invitational exhibition of studio and design alumni artists from Northern Illinois University. The exhibition presents recent work by sixty artists from five decades. This exhibition is part of a larger School of Art and Design celebration of alumni as guest artists, scholars and educators. Additionally, Professor Kelly will have his lithographs “Flash Gordon and the Jackaloup Fly By #5” and “Drain the Swamp” included in two national exhibitions at the University of Wyoming. These exhibitions will also be part of the 2018 Bi-Annual Mid America Print Council Conference being hosted by the University of Wyoming in October. Also, in September Professor Kelly will be a visiting artist at both Rockford University and the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts. Professor Kelly will be producing a woodcut edition at each school. Finally, Professor Kelly has been invited to participate in “Jackalope” a national printmaking portfolio project organized by Bradley University and “cov·et ˈkəvət” a national printmaking portfolio organized by the University of Colorado.

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