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October Issue 2003
Conn Gallery in Landrum, SC, Features Works by Jane Nodine
The Conn Gallery in Landrum, SC, will host a "One Woman Show" of works by Jane Nodine, an associate Professor of Art and Galley Director at the University of South Carolina Spartanburg, from Oct. 4 - Nov. 21, 2003.
Jane Nodine holds MFA and BFA degrees from USC and has taught for several years at the college level. Her own work has taken many forms over the past 30 years, including painting, drawing, 3D design, sculpture and has ii years experience in the commercial of fashion jewelry design.
Nodine has been committed to developing a strong art program at USCS she helped develop the Bachelor of Arts in graphic design. In 2001-03 she headed the efforts to renovate an 8000 sq. ft. building on campus, to be used as The Visual Arts Center.
Nodine's work has been widely exhibited. though out the US, and has received design awards. She was selected by The South Carolina State Museum and the South Carolina Arts Commission as one of the 100 most significant artist in SCs during the 20th century. Nodine has traveled to Europe several times, concentrating her interest in Italy. She developed a study abroad program in art and art history from these travels for USCS students.
Nodine's most recent work involves computer manipulation of digital imagery and merging traditional photography and drawing with new forms of imagery and print technology. She received a USCS sabbatical award in the spring of 2002 for research in digital technology and art. Her Traveling exhibition "Traces" of which this show is based, is a component of that research.
For more information check our SC Commercial Gallery listings or call the gallery at 864/457-5050.
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