Cazia Bradley's Prints
Cazia Bradley is a local artist with a whimsical imagination that is clearly evident in her work. Her black and white lithographs of fun and freaky creatures--appropriately titled "April Foolies"--are featured in the newly named Betsy Rodgers Allen Gallery. Drawing inspiration from prehistoric cave paintings, Vincent Van Gogh, and modern artists like Paul Klee and Jean Debuffet, Bradley's prints challenge us to a game of sorts: what do you see? Be sure to bring the kids and stop by the children's department too where there are Xerox copies of the prints for coloring.
The lithography process and other print-making techniques will be demonstrated during an art crawl on the Penn State campus Friday, April 9 from 6-9 pm. in room 214 of Arts Building.