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Junior Kristen Hamberg used her painting skills to start a business catering to many pet lovers. She learned how to market her business through her college courses.

Hand-painted pets spark new business for IC student

By Matt Minton, Staff Writer February 24, 2022
Hamberg picked up a hobby of painting during the pandemic, starting with her dog. Before long, she started painting other people’s animals.
The Seven Utilitarian Chambers invitational pop-up exhibition will continue to run through Dec. 12.

Art students present gallery at South Hill Business Campus

By Matt Minton, Staff Writer December 10, 2021
Students in the theories and art practice seminar had the opportunity to participate in an art exhibition titled “Several Utilitarian Chambers."

IC Creatives: Julia Bertussi

September 21, 2021

Senior art major Julia Bertussi talks about her recent solo art exhibit that explores what it means for art to be complete as well as her art process that is influenced by her type A personality. 

Farmers Market Vendors: Dancing Brush Designs

Farmers Market Vendors: Dancing Brush Designs

By Ithacan Staff September 18, 2017
Jim Hardesty, a trained veteran of Chinese art and calligraphy, talks about his stand at the Ithaca Farmers Market.
Senior Lauren Connelly’s piece “Hidden Voices” sits on display in the Handwerker Gallery.

An artful goodbye: Senior students’ art exhibited in Handwerker Gallery

By Marianna Dunbrook, Design Editor April 16, 2014
Senior students' artwork was selected to exhibit as part of the senior art show "Letters to Our Future Selves" April 17 to May 18 in the Handwerker Gallery.
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Pieces of identity

By Nina Varilla, Staff Writer March 26, 2014
The Handwerker Gallery's latest exhibit, "Strange Bedfellows," explores themes of LGBT identity through artwork.
A found object structure made of cardboard and wood sits in the Handwerker Gallery. The piece is a part of the exhibit Your Margins, Your Rivers, Your Diminutive Villages by Patte Loper, who will give a talk at 6 p.m. Feb. 20 in the gallery.

Artist blends found objects with traditional painting

By Evin Billington, Accent Editor February 19, 2014
Boston- and Brooklyn-based artist Patte Loper's work is featured in the Handwerker Gallery until March 7 in an exhibit titled "Your Margins, Your Rivers, Your Diminutive Villages." She will give a talk at 6 p.m. Feb. 20 in the Handwerker Gallery.
Senior Stephanie Lee poses with her painting Jan. 27 in a studio in Ceracche Center. Her pieces are made of newspaper and tar.

Jamaican art student meshes photojournalism with painting

By Tylor Colby, Staff Writer January 29, 2014
Senior Stephanie Lee, an art major with a minor in still photography and a native of Jamaica, is attempting to bring her home country's economic issues to light through her senior art thesis.
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