Ann DeMarle is an artist working in oils, watercolors, drawing, digital media, interactive design and motion graphics. The Champlain College Art Gallery is honored to host DeMarle’s work from over 20 years of painting from January 13 through February 1, 2020.
Ann DeMarle, MFA, Professor Emerita, her expertise is in learning and emergent media. Recipient of Champlain College’s Audeamus award, she founded its Game degrees, Multimedia degree, Emergent Media graduate degrees, and MakerLab. An Apple Distinguished Educator, she was twice awarded an IBM Faculty Fellow. Upon receiving the college’s Perry Chair, she created the Emergent Media Center for partnerships supporting student technology innovation. She has served as leadership for IEEE Computer Society, Images and Voices of Hope, Stern Center, Vermont Arts Council, and Vermont Creative Network.
Pixel will highlight Ann’s virtual and physical paintings from the last 20 years. Her current work, a series of 6-inch square oil paintings, will accompany earlier work which utilizes the idea of the pixel as components that are gathered together to comprise work larger in scale. Both small and large works can be seen as touching markers representative of scenes from Ann’s life journey in mark making.
Champlain College Art Gallery would like to thank the Office of the President, and specifically Interim President Laurie Quinn, for her continual support of the gallery.
Reception Date: January 23, 2019, 4–6PM
Link to Ann DeMarle’s blog: http://demarle.blogspot.com/