Posts Tagged ‘Wendy Seller’

Seller Solo Show at RIC

Rhode Island College will host a solo show of work by Wendy Seller (Assistant Professor, Foundation Studies). The exhibition of roughly 18 works, “Wendy Seller: Visual Metaphors, New Paintings,” is scheduled at the Bannister Gallery, January 23 – February 19, 2014. The opening reception on Thursday, January 23rd from 5:00-8:00 pm will include an informal […]

Irish Inspiration in Mixed-Media Collages

Wendy Seller (Assistant Professor, Foundation Studies) just returned from five weeks in Ireland, where she documented ancient and abandoned castles, churches, houses and other Irish structures for her new series of mixed-media digital collages. These new works were developed during a residency at the Burren College of Art, situated on the outskirts of the remote […]

Fall 2011 Professional Development Fund Awards

The Professional Development Fund Committee met in November to review project proposals submitted for its Fall 2011 funding cycle. The Committee received 23 proposals for a total of more than $85,000 in support. The Committee is pleased to announce the following awards: Tulay Atak, Critic, Architecture/Graduate Studies/ History of Art + Visual Culture, for her […]

Wendy Seller and Night of 100 Angels

Wendy Seller (Assistant Professor, Foundation Studies) had two new works selected into the international juried exhibition, Night of 100 Angels, shown at and co-sponsored by the Whelan Galleries and Cottage Gallery in Laguna Beach, California.  Her digital collage “Angelic Girl” received 2nd Prize in the “digital” category.  (Exhibition dates August 20-September 20, 2011) Two of her […]

Jan Baker and Wendy Seller share Sheridan Center award

Each year RISD faculty and graduate students participate in Brown’s Sheridan Center’s ceritifcate programs which promote the development of a reflective teaching philosophy. At the conclusion of each academic year awards are given by RISD’s President, Provost ,and Dean of Graduate Studies to outstanding participants in the program. The Provost’s Faculty Award for Professional Advancement […]