Clarke University’s Quigley Gallery opens the academic year with an exhibition to showcase the creative talent of the Art + Design Department faculty members. The exhibit features recent work by Louise Kames, Jessie Rebik, Jessica Teckemeyer and Eric Wold.L
Jessie Rebik is showing drawing studies, which companion a new series of paintings that address mortality and reflections on impermanence, as well as celebrate the beauty of life. The subjects are members of the BVM community, many who served at Clarke University. Rebik teaches painting and drawing courses at Clarke University.
Jessica Teckemeyer presents a selection of
Eric Wold will exhibit paintings and digital prints
of various depictions of Mother Earth; abstract organisms and augmented landscapes littered with synthetics, pollutants and other wildly unnatural—while colorful—toxic drifts. Abstract representations of a horrific growth monster emerge from the Earth without constraint or respect for nature. is a visual construction based upon a naïve response to the climate-change encyclical Pope Francis released on June 15, 2015.
Wold teaches the graphic design sequence of courses at Clarke University.