Chris Kaspar: A Teacher’s Perspective

Posted on Jun 20, 2014 in exhibitions | No Comments
Chris Kaspar: A Teacher’s Perspective

Our July/August exhibition features Kent State graduate and Brooklyn school teacher Chris Kaspar, who brings a new body of work to the gallery in the form of scanned and manipulated photographic images. The images are a teacher’s interpretation of students thoughts on their relationship and interactions in the school environment. He uses 35 mm black and white negatives that were manipulated with inks and bleach. The negatives were then scanned where text was added. Then finally digitally printed and further manipulated by painting directly onto the print. The sometimes ironic and even bleak messages are conveyed with bold imagery and color.

A Teacher’s Perspective will open the July Tremont Artwalk with a reception from 6 to 9PM on July 11, and a second reception will be held during the August Artwalk on August 8, 2014.

Christopher Kaspar:
BA Kent State University – 1996
MED Cleveland State University – 2006
Cleveland Municipal School District – 1999 – 2001
Brooklyn City School District – 2001 – Present
Faculty Advisor for the National Art Honors Society 2006 – Present
Vice President Cleveland West Art League 2012 -2014
Board member Cleveland West Art League 2014 – Present

The May Show – Lorain Community College – Spring 2014
Victoria Stanbridge Studio and Gallery – Summer 2014
Tall Walls Show -Loren Naji Gallery – 2012, 2013
CWAL Members Show – 2012, 2013, 2014
Brandt Gallery –  Fall 2013
Spring Board Show – 2009, 2012

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