A hand lithography art exhibition is being held in the Northcutt-Steele Gallery on the campus of Montana State University-Billings through March 27. The two artists featured are Dennis Kern and Scott Smith.
Kern takes his love for drawing and combines it with traditional lithography to create images from black ink. His art intends to explore the links between politics, fashion, idealism and fascism.
Kern was curator of the University of Montana art archives for several years and had major shows in Missoula. He is now a computer graphics instructor at MSU-B, and has worked establishing the Rattlesnake Valley Press in collaboration with other artists who share a passion for printmaking.
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Smith's lithographs explore introversion and his family. "I often depict my family with symbols; personal relics of a childhood brimming with vivid memories," he explained. He perceives his work to be an open expression of his life and a gift to others.
The show opened last night with a reception and continues through March 27.