School of Art associate professor to exhibit work at Georgia conference

Nov 7, 2011 | General News, Liberal Arts

Louisiana Tech School of Art associate professor Marie Bukowski was selected to exhibit her work “Untitled” in “Text + Texture: An Intersection of Academics and the Arts,” hosted by the Savannah College of Art and Design Nov. 10-23, held in conjunction with the 67th annual 2011 Southeastern College Art Conference. Bukowski is an internationally-recognized printmaker, included in public collections and museums in countries such as Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, The Czech Republic, The Netherlands, Poland, Romania and Spain. “The complex facture of my work and other process-related residue in an array of nuanced visual structures signals a change in my work,” she said. “Filled with contradictions, my work has become unabashedly personal but also is a direct expression of an intellectual pursuit.” Bukowski is represented by Cole Pratt Gallery in New Orleans and Stowarzyszenie Miedzynarodowy Triennale Grafiki in Krakow, Poland. Story written by Haley Kraemer