Art news

Young people interested in learning how to paint or in developing their artistic talent are invited to sign up for a summer camp offered by Northwestern College’s art department.

Artwork by northwest Iowa artist Lissa Lane-Johnson is on display in Northwestern College’s Te Paske Gallery through Feb. 29. “Bridging Reality” features acrylic paintings that move from realism to the abstract, usually incorporating elements of both.

Northwestern College will display artwork by Alton, Iowa, artist Duha Lee in its Te Paske Art Gallery Oct. 16 through Nov. 30.

Northwestern College is opening its 2023–24 art exhibit season with a show by Minnesota artist Jessica Henderson. “Look Am I” is on display through Oct. 13, with a public reception with the artist scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 5, at 4:30 p.m.

Northwestern College’s Te Paske Gallery will host exhibits by three regional artists during the 2022–23 school year.

Northwestern College’s Te Paske Gallery will host exhibits by three local artists during the 2021–22 school year.

Ali Almail, a double major in art and genetics, molecular biology and cellular biology from Bahrain and Canada, received Faculty Honors during Northwestern College’s commencement exercises on May 8.

Northwestern senior Ali Almail's artwork that was recently installed in the DeWitt Family Science Center has been created for the purpose of getting people to think about the relationship between Jesus Christ’s humanity and divinity.

Northwestern College will display watercolor paintings by Orange City artist Judy Thompson in an exhibit scheduled for Jan. 7 through Feb. 29.

Works by Sioux City painter and muralist Mark Kochen, titled “Unspecified Mechanical Properties,” will be exhibited in Northwestern College’s Te Paske Gallery Sept. 30 through Nov. 1.