Robert C. Larson ’56 Art in the Library Program
4D: Photography, Sculpture
April 7 – August 31, 2014
Beyond simply documenting a sculpture, a photograph can change how we see it, interpret it, and respond to it. In these published photographs, the art of the sculptor and the art of the photographer conspire to produce an additional – perhaps 4th? – dimension.
Image: Gabo: Constructions, Sculpture, Paintings, Drawings, Engravings. Naum Gabo. London: Lund Humphries, 1957. Gould Library
From the Inside: Grand Canyon
Vessels by Timothy Lloyd and Photographs by Perry Mason
Gould Library Atheneaum
Through June 23, 2014
Timothy Lloyd and Perry Mason, emeritus professors of art and philosophy, and veterans of several Carleton alumni Grand Canyon river trips, focus their artistic talents on the spectacular side canyons of the Colorado River. The products of their creative work is currently on view in Gould Library. Lloyd’s silver vessels, with irregular sharp surfaces and application of gold and copper leaf, reflect the beautify of these remote clefts. Mason captures the stunning shadows and colors of these unique places in photographs. Photograph courtesy Timothy Lloyd.
Insect & Bird Studies
Field Drawing, Spring 2014
June 5 - August 31, 2014
These ink and watercolor drawings were made by students in Dan Bruggeman’s field drawing class this term. The students examined specimens from the Biology Department and recorded the anatomy, color and detail of these insects and birds with great care. The variety of the resulting images reflects the numerous artistic choices required, even in an objective scientific drawing.
The 2014 Annual Off-Campus Studies Photo Exhibit
May– August, 2014
An annual favorite of Carleton students, faculty and staff, the Off Campus Studies Photo Contest exhibition will open with a celebration in late April. A panel of judges will select 25 photographs from over 200 entries, awarding prizes in the person, place, story, and library categories.
German 230: From Gutenberg to Gates:
The History & Practice of Printing
June 5 – August 31, 2014
Throughout the spring term the students in Professor Paas’ course have studied the various developments in printing technology during the past several centuries. At the same time, they have learned firsthand how to bind books and to make woodcuts, engravings, and etchings. The final project in the course requires each student to put theory into practice and to produce and bind a book which he or she has designed and illustrated. On display here are the fruits of their ambitious labors.