Matthew Solomon: Iterations


The Dorrance H. Hamilton Gallery has announced the opening of “Matthew Solomon: Iterations.”

As a practicing artist and graphic designer, Solomon creates screen and print based projects. While his professional studio practice is focused on website design, development and consultation, his artwork and research highlights the process of creation. Through constructed narratives, the printed image, typographic design and iterative creative programming, Solomon’s work communicates the versatility of process with varying mediums.

Solomon is an assistant professor in the Department of Art and Art History at Salve Regina. He teaches in the areas of typography, web design and development, branding, motion, and book and paper arts. Solomon holds an MFA in graphic design from the Rhode Island School of Design and a collegiate teaching certificate from Brown University’s Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning. He received his BFA in graphic communication from the University of Houston.

The exhibition runs from Nov. 17 through Dec. 20, 2016. On Thursday, Nov. 17, the campus community and the general public are invited to attend an opening reception, which will run from 5-7 p.m. in the gallery.

DORRANCE HAMILTON GALLERY

An integral part of the greater Newport cultural community, the Dorrance H. Hamilton Gallery features the work of Salve Regina University students, faculty, alumni as well as outstanding regional, national and international artists.

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LOCATION AND DIRECTIONS

Antone Academic Center
Corner of Lawrence and Leroy Avenues
Newport Rhode Island 02840


CONTACT

Phone: 401.341.2981
Email: gallery@salve.edu

An integral part of the greater Newport cultural community, the Dorrance H. Hamilton Gallery features the work of Salve Regina University students, faculty, alumni as well as outstanding regional, national and international artists.


EXHIBITIONS

Current | Upcoming | Past


VISIT

Directions
Gallery Hours


CONTACT

Phone: 401.341.2981
Email: gallery@salve.edu