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June 27, 2011



Art professor's etching exhibited in International Print Center New York's exhibition

By Jason Scuilla

Jason Scuilla's "Colossal Foot of Nero" etching has been selected for the International Print Center New York's New Prints 2011 Exhibition. The artwork was selected by internationally recognized artist Trenton Doyle Hancock.  

Scuilla's etching was selected out of 1,900 submissions from artists and presses worldwide. Out of this varied collection of work Trenton Doyle Hancock chose prints by 77 artists. 

The exhibition will be on display from June 9–July 29 at the International Print Center New York in Chelsea in New York City. Selected artists include: William Kentridge, John Baldessari, Yuji Hiratsuka and Richard Serra. For more information please visit the ICPNY website.

Artist Trenton Doyle Hancock (left) and KSU Professor Jason Scuilla (right) with Scuilla's etching at IPCNY reception, Chelsea New York, NY., 2011.

Artist Trenton Doyle Hancock (left) and Jason Scuilla, assistant professor of art, (right) with Scuilla's etching at the International Print Center Opening Reception, Chelsea, New York, N.Y.

South African Artist William Kentridge, "Nose projection with walking woman" (left), Scuilla, "Colossal Foot of Nero" (right), International Print Center Exhibition, Chelsea, New York, N.Y.

More information on Jason Scuilla's artwork can be found here.

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