Kapplinger Pieces Featured in Two Exhibitions
October 6, 2010
Kent Kapplinger, associate professor with NDSU Visual Arts, is involved with two exhibitions during the month of October, the 2010 Open Print Competition in Cornwall, UK and Augustana Art: Then and Now. His prints, "Journey" and "The Lesson" will be featured at the Open Space Galleries in Cornwall, October 5-9. His mixed media pieces titled "Temporary Support" and "Synthetic Growth" will be featured at the Eide/Dalrymple Gallery on the Augustana College campus in Sioux Falls, SD through November 6.
Kapplinger is an Associate Professor of Art at North Dakota State University where he teaches printmaking and drawing, and directs the Printmaking Education and Research Studio (PEARS) and Art Bank rental programs. He received a Master of Fine Arts in Printmaking from the University of Iowa and Bachelor of Arts in Art from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, SD. He has received fellowships from the Hungarian Multicultural Center in Hungary, the North Dakota Council on the Arts, Woodstock School of Art, New York, and Vinalhaven Press, Maine. His work has been shown in over 150 individual and group exhibitions and can be seen in more than 25 public and corporate collections, including Johnson & Johnson Company in New Jersey, Thrivent Financial in Minnesota, The Print Consortium in Kansas, and the U.S. Art in Embassy Program in Washington, DC.