Concordia art faculty featured in exhibit

Published by Concordia University, Nebraska 10 years ago on Wed, Oct 20, 2010 6:58 PM

Professors from Concordia's art department had their works on display at The Wolfram Gallery of Art at the International Center of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod in St. Louis, Mo.  

The show included drawings, paintings and multi-media artwork by five full-time professors: Seth Boggs, art instructor and art computer lab manager; James Bockelman, associate professor of art; Philip Perschbacher, assistant professor of art; Don Robson, associate professor of art and department chair; and Lynn Soloway, professor of art. In addition, Jennifer Bockelman, adjunct professor, Mark Anschutz, managing artist for Concordia's Center for Liturgical Art, and William Wolfram, emeritus professor also have included art work.  According to Robson exhibits such as this provide opportunities for faculty members to show they are talented, working artists.

Perschbacher, the show's curator, echoes Robson's sentiments. "The Concordia art faculty show was an excellent opportunity to see artwork of various materials and techniques," he said. "The gifts and abilities of Concordia's art faculty are inspiring."

The exhibit will be on display through December. The Wolfram Gallery is located on the main floor of the International Center, 1333 S. Kirkwood Rd., Kirkwood-St. Louis, Mo.