Cameron art student selected for inclusion in national exhibition

One day before receiving her Cameron University degree, art student Rebecca Dierickx-Taylor was notified that her artwork had been selected for a national exhibition, her eighth national show while a Cameron student. Dierickx-Taylor’s “Birth of a Maelstrom,” a 10”x8” stone lithograph print, was chosen from among 200 submissions for inclusion in the 11th Annual National Small Print Show, sponsored by the Creede (Colo.) Arts Council. The show will be on display from May 28 through June 28 at the Creede Repertory Theatre.

photo of Elliptical Meandering printphoto of Birth of a Maelstrom print












The 11th Annual National Small Print Show is a juried show of original, hand-pulled prints using various printmaking techniques, including lithograph, etching, serigraph and many others. Steve Sumner, Executive Director of the Center for the Arts in Evergreen, Colo., served as the juror for the show. 

Another of Dierickx-Taylor’s prints, “Elliptical Meandering,” an 8"x6" stone lithograph print, was one of 30 prints chosen for the show’s travelling exhibit. That exhibit will be displayed at venues throughout the state of Colorado.

Dierickx-Taylor graduated earlier this month with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. She plans to pursue a career in art and will continue as a Cameron student this fall by taking a sculpture class.


May 25, 2011