The official student-run blog of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY.
Posts tagged "Prints"
Zoom Backgrounds From the Loeb

Zoom Backgrounds From the Loeb

Today’s post comes from Allie Verdesca, Summer Pindyck Intern and Vassar College Class of 2022. Taking classes remotely and missing the Loeb? Looking to add a little bit of artistic flair to your online presence? Check out some Loeb artworks we’ve selected that work ideally for Zoom backgrounds and fill your meeting with creativity! Missing Vassar’s iconic main...
Virtual Tour: Kobayashi Kiyochika

Virtual Tour: Kobayashi Kiyochika

Today’s post comes from Bella Dalton-Fenkl, Vassar College class of 2020 and Art Center student docent. Rather than a written entry, this post is a virtual tour in the form of a presentation, which can be accessed by clicking the link below. The virtual tour focuses on the works of Meiji-era artist Kobayashi Kiyochika. Virtual Tour-...
Prints Prints Prints

Prints Prints Prints

Todays post comes from Delphine Douglas, class of 2018 and Art Center Multimedia Student Assistant. Recently I’ve been exploring the prints of the Art Center. With curator Patti Phagan, the docents had the chance to take a crash-course on prints in the Art Center’s print room. We learned about different techniques including woodblock, etching, and engraving,...
Connections: Color in the Lines

Connections: Color in the Lines

Today’s post comes from Annie Massa, Vassar College class of 2013, and Art Center student docent. Be honest. When you approach a black and white print hanging in a gallery (like Albrecht Dürer’s exquisite Adam and Eve from the Art Center collection), don’t you get the tiniest urge to just… break out a pack of Crayolas...