ZACH HINEY, KNIGHT WIRE STUDENT SENATE REPORTER “We will have a little bit of everything this term.” Those were the words of Johanna Kramer-Weston, the director and exhibitions manager for the Waldemar A. Schmidt Art Gallery. The gallery will feature all different kinds of artwork from two-dimensional art to life-sized sculptures and digital illustrations. The first […]
The coronavirus pandemic has completely changed life as we know it. From academics to the arts, every aspect of life has been changed in some way. However, some aspects of the art field have flourished in this time of COVID-19.
Simplistic, while remaining bold yet charming. Hailing from Finland, this describes the style of graphic designer and illustrator Lotta Nieminen.
Angeline Neo, a fourth-year studio art and graphic design student at Wartburg, created the familiar piece that anyone walking into the Den encounters. Entitled “My professor’s office,” the artwork portrays the office of Barbara Fedeler, professor of art at Wartburg. Fedeler serves as Neo’s academic advisor.