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Three artists to exhibit three forms of art at ASU Gammage


February 03, 2009

Visitors to ASU Gammage will have a variety of art expressions to view Feb. 18-April 12, when the work of Tom Stephenson, Edie Daldrup and Carlos Encinas is spotlighted.

Stephenson, of Tempe, will exhibit acrylic on Plexiglas and canvas; Daldrup of Tucson will show oil on canvas; and Encinas, also of Tucson, will show archival digital photographic prints.

Stephenson has titled his part of the exhibit “Morphing.” He says, “The paintings I’m currently working on are a lot of images put together to make a painting. A self-taught artist, Stephenson was born in Phoenix and has been a life-long Arizonan, except for two years in Peru.

Daldrup, whose paintings are titled “Liaison,” says her paintings explore “our interaction with others and the expressive nature of ourselves. My use of color allows for the idea of dichotomy within the human psyche.” Daldrup adds that her work “reflects my desire to confront not only the viewer, but myself as well.”

Encinas said his artworks consist of “my digital photographs and assorted found pictures manipulated on an Apple Mac computer using Adobe Photoshop and Corel Painter.” His images are printed in New Jersey, where the company uses a Durst Theta 76 HS to “image the files down to true silver halide photographic paper via LEDs and fiber optics, which are then processed in RA-4 chemistry.”

Exhibit hours at ASU Gammage are 1 to 4 p.m. Mondays, or by appointment by calling (480) 965-6912. Due to rehearsals, event set-up, performances, special events and holidays, it is advisable to call (480) 965-6912 to ensure viewing hours, since they are subject to cancellation without notice.

Parking is available at meters around the perimeter of Gammage. Entrance is through the East Lobby Doors at the Box Office.

For more information, contact Brad Myers, (480) 965-6912.