2011 Art News

Senior Art Majors 2011 Augustana Senior Show

We celebrate the exhibition of our graduating seniors!

Augustana College’s graduating art students present their senior show, Now What? at the Eide/Dalrymple Gallery. On exhibit will be a wide variety of works including ceramics, sculptures, printmaking, paintings, drawings, digital photography and graphic design.

The eleven graduating artists are: Kaija Pedersen (Fairmont, Minn.), Nicole Lindsey (Spirit Lake, Iowa), Brady Holm (Fairmont, Minn.), Kayla Hathaway (Sioux Falls, S.D.), Man Hoi (Mandy) Wong (Hong Kong), Megan Siegle (Carver, Minn.), Al Hurney (Brandon, S.D.), Brit Gaster (Sioux Falls, S.D.), Britta Stadem (Sioux Falls, S.D.), and not shown Tin Yan (Lydia) Ng (Hong Kong) and Johnathan Sweets (Sioux Falls, S.D.)

Harlequin Addy Harlequin Adds District Silver Addy

Harlequin founders Andrew Osborn ’09 and Andrew Brynjulson ’09 won a silver Addy in the 8th District American Advertising Federation program, the world’s largest advertising competition. They  now go on to compete at nationals.

Dave Greenlund works on a ceramic cupDave Greenlund ’89

Artist and Pastor Dave Greenlund ’89 was featured in an issue of Living Lutheran.

Scott Parsons at Derix Studios in Germany Scott Parsons in Germany

Augustana assistant professor of art Scott Parsons at Derix Glasstudios in Taunusstein, Germany, creating one of 24 stained glass panels commissioned for Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. The largest panels stand 13 feet tall and weigh over 300 pounds each.

Michael Goro meets with art majors in the galleryVisiting Artist Michael Goro

Internationally acclaimed printmaker Michael Goro visited the Augustana art department and presented his work in several classes, including an engraving workshop in printmaking. The juxtapositions of urban environments, architectural drawings and images from Old Masters serve as the basis for much of Goro’s imagery, reflecting his roots and upbringing in Soviet Russia. “My art is a continuous creative search for raw authenticity in urban environments and human forms that are constantly changing,” states Goro.