The Washington University School of Medicine showcases art exhibits on a rotating quarterly schedule. On display in the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center 2nd floor Hearth, artwork in these rotating shows are medical or scientific by nature, St. Louis themed or produced by a member of the Washington University community.

2-D Exhibit

Carmon Colangelo

CARMON COLANGELO is a pioneering printmaker whose work combines surrealism and abstraction with the exploration of art history, science, and technology. An enduring feature of Colangelo’s work is the unraveling of free-floating symbols and texts in an aggressive exploitation of various print media. He challenges conventional readings, producing disorienting spatial topologies and striking visual poetics. 

Carmon Colangelo (b. Toronto, Canada) lives and works in St. Louis, MO. He is the Ralph J. Nagel dean of the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts and the E. Desmond Lee Professor for Collaboration in the Arts, Washington University in St. Louis. In this role, he oversees the School’s four academic units — the College of Art, College of Architecture, Graduate School of Art, and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design — as well as the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum. Colangelo’s work has been featured in 30 solo shows and more than 100 group exhibitions nationally and internationally. His work has been collected by many of the nation’s leading museums, including the National Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C., the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, and the Saint Louis Art Museum. He earned a B.F.A. in printmaking and painting from the University of Windsor in Ontario (1981) and a M.F.A. in printmaking from Louisiana State University (1983). 

For more information, please contact: Bruno David | | Bruno David Gallery 

Examples of work featured in this exhibit

3-D Exhibit

Deanne Row

 My sculptures reflect themes of memory, history, and personal experiences – real or imagined. I search for evidence of how we are shaped by our thoughts and experiences and reshaped by our reaction to them. Through the progression of layered paper and found objects, I explore our physical growth, while the carving, burning and sanding of the surface evokes our emotional journey, scouring of energy and the passage of time. I am sifting through internal narratives looking for truth and understanding. 

 More information about my work can be found in the following publications:

When my sculpture and paintings are not on exhibit elsewhere, they can be found in my studio/gallery in St. Charles, MO, Gallery Row Fine Art, or online at: 

Examples of works featured in this exhibit

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