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An art history
Spring 2011
Worth D. Griffin stepped off the train in Pullman in the fall of 1924 to find Washington State College’s art department barely four years old and with just one other full-time faculty member. Prior to that, the only art instruction offe...
Categories: WSU faculty, WSU history, Fine Arts
Tags: Native Americans, Painting, Artists

Viticultural art
Spring 2007
Wine-By-Cougars, the precocious young wine club sponsored by the Washington State University Alumni Association, is adding art to its viticultural appeal. The wine club will offer a special "Artist Expression 2007," a union of student art and alum...
Categories: Visual arts
Tags: Painting, Wine

An equation for beauty
Winter 2006
The painter spends his days on the third floor of an ancient biscuit plant in a seedy section of industrial Ballard. The building, just a block from the Ballard Bridge, houses a collection of artists, mostly ceramicists whose main-floor kiln warms...
Categories: Fine Arts, Visual arts
Tags: Painting, Artists

Art and Enterprise: Jordan Swain '00
Fall 2006
So I'm riding around Bellevue with this very high-energy 27-year-old painter, and I'm starting to think, "Well, maybe I should take up painting." That's how infectious my companion is. She makes it sound like so much fun.Jordan Swain '00 offers me...
Categories: Fine Arts, Alumni
Tags: Painting

Living with Art
Winter 2005

What happens when enjoyment becomes passion.

Categories: Fine Arts
Tags: Decor, Painting, Sculpture

Pop Art in Pullman
Winter 2005
This fall, Washington State University's Museum of Art is showing more than 70 works by pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. Entitled Roy Lichtenstein Prints 1956-97, the exhibit offers a comprehensive record of the artist's evolution. Lichtenstein explo...
Categories: Fine Arts, Visual arts
Tags: WSU Museum of Art, Pop Art, Painting

Between humor and menace: The art of Gaylen Hansen
Spring 2003
Gaylen Hansen paints his alter ego as he confronts giant grasshoppers and a buffalo lurking behind the bed.
Categories: Visual arts, Humanities
Tags: Artists, Painting