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Graphic Design Faculty Member’s Art Accepted at Poland Museum

Two works of art created by David M. Moyer, assistant professor of graphic design at Pennsylvania College of Technology, are featured in the 14th Gielniak Graphic Arts Competition at the Muzeum Karkonoskie, Jelenia Góra, Poland.

Moyer’s woodcuts “Utopia I” and “Utopia II” were selected for the prestigious exhibition.

David M. MoyerA relief printing technique in printmaking, woodcuts are crafted by carving an image into wood.

Moyer also had artwork accepted at last year’s Gielniak Graphic Arts Competition. Other international and national juried exhibitions to feature his work in the past year have been the Society of Wood Engravers’ 80th Annual Exhibition in Oxford, England; the 36th Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois; Art of the State 50th Annual Exhibition at the State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg; Art at The X National Juried Exhibition at Xavier University Art Gallery, in Cincinnati; the National Small Works Competition and Exhibition at Washington Printmakers Gallery, in Washington, D.C.; and Artist Books Cornucopia VIII, in Denver.

Two woodcuts by Penn College faculty member David M. Moyer – "Utopia I" (left) and "Utopia II" – were selected for a prestigious exhibit in Poland.
Two woodcuts by Penn College faculty member David M. Moyer – “Utopia I” (left) and “Utopia II” – were selected for a prestigious exhibit in Poland.

He also has had one of his artist’s books purchased by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Moyer received a Master of Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Delaware. His professional organizations include the Society of Wood Engravers, the Wood Engravers’ Network and Fine Press Book Association.

To learn more about courses in graphic design and art offered by Penn College, visit the School of Sciences, Humanities & Visual Communications.

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