Cameron University student accepted for art exhibition

Cameron University student Jonathan Daoang, will have two original lithographs included in the Amarillo Museum of Art’s Biennial 600: Printmaking. He is a senior from Lawton who is majoring in studio art. The exhibit will contain artwork selected by a nationally renowned juror from works submitted by artists residing within a 600-mile radius of Amarillo, Texas, and will be on display from May 17 through August 11.

photo of stone lithograph printDaoang’s works, “Beneath the Mask” and “Me and the Kids,” are stone lithographs created in Katherine Liontas-Warren’s advanced printmaking class this semester.

“Jonathan is a highly talented and dedicated printmaking art student,” says Liontas-Warren, professor of art. “His original prints show a sophistication and a mature vision of unique concepts with equal attention to superb drawing skills. I am very proud of Jonathan's continued success in entering numerous print competitions and participation in several printmaking exchanges throughout the Southwest.”  

 

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April 24, 2013

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