Jason Anhorn / New Paintings at Saylon Seven Art Show Opening July27, 2012 6:00 – 9:00 PM Downtown Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Juried Student Art Show winners, scholarship recipients announced
April 17, 2012
EAU CLAIRE — The winners of the 55th annual Juried Student Art Show at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire have been announced.
Senior Jamie Nelson, Edina, Minn., won first place for a video installation titled “Rip Lip.” Senior Laura Kelleher, Woodbury, Minn., won second place for “Attraction,” a mixed media piece. Third place went to senior Daniel Smith, Golden Valley, Minn., for “Whitman,” which included video and documents.
Honorable mentions went to senior Megan Byron, Blaine, Minn.; senior Rachel Gasque,Stevens Point; senior Mathias Hughey, Lodi; junior Catelyn Mailloux, St. Cloud, Minn.; and junior Alex Olson, Devils Lake, N.D.
This year 178 works were submitted by UW-Eau Claire students. Seventy-five works by 54 students were accepted into the exhibit. The juror for the show was Libby Rowe, assistant professor of art photography at The University of Texas at San Antonio.
Scholarship recipients and their scholarships include freshman Amy Greathead, Sun Prairie, Charles and Ann Campbell Art Scholarship; junior Emily Haugestuen, Barron, Andrea Cecchini Memorial Art Scholarship; sophomore Angela Koch, Reedsville, James H. Christofferson Scholarship; junior Brandon Jenness, Eau Claire, Patrick Danen Scholarship; senior Aubre Walther, Eau Claire, Edward Fish Scholarship; senior Courtney Benson, Mantorville, Minn., Ruth Foster Scholarship; junior Kelsey Temanson,Stratford, Herbert Friend Art and Design Scholarship; senior Gayle Heit, Arkansaw, Tom Grewe Scholarship; junior Catelyn Mailloux, St. Cloud, Minn., Gretchen Grimm Art Education Scholarship; senior Daniel Smith, Golden Valley, Minn., Klinger Art Scholarship; senior Rebecca Farrow, Germantown, and senior Kelly Pettis, Eau Claire, Randolph Koelsch Art Scholarship; junior Christine Manwiller, Turtle Lake, Edward Haugen “Ted” Leslie Memorial Art Scholarship; senior Megan Byron, Blaine, Minn., Josette T. Migawa Arts Education Scholarship; and senior Alison Wheeler, Viroqua, and junior Jason Anhorn, Eau Claire, Gerald W. Newton Art Scholarship.
The Juried Student Art Show began April 5 and runs through April 22. Foster Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. weekdays, 6-8 p.m. Thursdays and 1-4:30 p.m. weekends.
2011 UWEC Juried Student Art Show… My painting is the 4 foot colorful reclining nude female figure at 12 seconds on the video….
April 7-April 28, 2011
54rd Annual Juried Student Art Show
Exhibiting the artwork of UW-Eau Claire students as selected by a nationally known artist.
Opening reception, awards and scholarships presentation: Thursday April 7, 7:30-9:00 pm.
Since 2000, Eau Claire area schools and artists have been participating in the Art on the Bus movement where they help to beautify public transportation. Coordinated by Paula Gorski, Art on the Bus, is a public art project that brings together neighborhood schools and the Eau Claire Transit to present art in an unique way. Each year Gorski chooses a theme for a community bus that is open for artists of all ages to design according to a predetermined theme. This year it’s Before the Frost and includes images of flowers and other plants submitted by Deb Lewis, Rebecca Crowell, Brian Steele, Jason Anhorn, Angela Joadwine, Gail Schellinger, and Jason Stabenow. The images will run until September on bus #511. Bus drivers and riders have noticed the artwork and found it to be more upbeat and appealing than the usual advertisements. Right now there are six buses displaying about 50 pieces of artwork from youth artists, and Gorski would love to add two of the brand new EC Transit buses to have eight buses running daily, which would mean each school would have two buses to display on. Bus routes change daily so contact EC Transit to find out where you can catch the featured buses each day. Photos:
RELEASED: April 21, 2011 Jason Anhorn received two scholarships at the showing.
EAU CLAIRE — The winners of the 54th annual Juried Student Art Show at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire have been announced.
Senior Christine Jo Alexander, East Troy, won first place for “Gift,” a mixed media piece. Second place went to senior Kevin Krueger, Roseville, Minn., for his photography, “Lucid Void.” Senior True Lor, Eau Claire, took third place for “Teapots,” done in stonework.
The show, which began April 7 and runs through April 28 in the university’s Foster Gallery, is free and open to the public.
This year 186 works were submitted by UW-Eau Claire students, with 71 accepted into the exhibit. The juror for the show was Charles Beneke, an associate professor of art at the University of Akron in Ohio.
Scholarships through the UW-Eau Claire Foundation were awarded in conjunction with the show. Recipients and their scholarships are Krueger, Ruth Foster Scholarship; Lor, Randolf Koelsch Art Scholarship; sophomore Catelyn Mailloux, St. Cloud, Minn., Charles and Ann Campbell Art Scholarship; junior Jason J. Anhorn, Eau Claire, Andrea Cecchini Memorial Art Scholarship; senior Rachel Gasque, Stevens Point, Edward S. Fish Art Scholarship; senior Anne Backstrom, Maddock, N.D., Herbert Friend Art and Design Scholarship; junior Aubre Walther, Eau Claire, Mary Bradley Grewe Fine Arts Scholarship; senior Monica J. Thayer, Kerkhoven, Minn., Gretchen Grimm Art Education Scholarship; Lauretta “Elle” McGee, Cedar, Minn., Klinger Art Scholarship; junior Rebecca Farrow, Germantown, Randolf Koelsch Art Scholarship; sophomore Christine Manwiller, Turtle Lake, Leslie, Edward “Ted” Haugen Memorial Scholarship; senior Megan Byron, Blaine, Minn., Josette T. Migawa Arts Education Scholarship; junior Grace Fechner,Burnsville, Minn., Gerald W. Newton Art Scholarship; and senior Katherine C. Grundl, Thiensville, Gerald W. Newton Art Scholarship.
Foster Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. weekdays, 6-8 p.m. Thursdays and 1-4:30 p.m. weekends.
Caricatures By Jason
Jason Anhorn is a professional artist residing in Eau Claire since 2005. Jason is a fine artist, he studied at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Stout and UWEC. Jason specializes in oil paintings, watercolor, airbrushing, illustration, graphic design and caricatures. Jason directs and organizes the Open Air Festival of the Arts.
- Graphic Design
- Oil Painting
- Automotive Airbrushing
- A whiz with the Wacom Tablet.
- JC Penny
- General Mills
- Marshfield Health Clinic
- Ritchie Engineering
- Special Olympics
- Badger State Winter Games
- Turtle Lake Casino
- Hinkley Casino
- High Schools Across the Midwest
- WHYS RADIO
- Wave and a Smile America
- and hundreds more.
Art Maker’s Market / Menomonie, Wisconsin 2001
Solo Art Show at Espresso Cafe / Dinkytown Minneapolis 1997 Only one piece was stolen, a clay board watercolor, they must have really loved it, I did.