David Mudrinich, professor of art in drawing and painting at Arkansas Tech University, has been selected into the Arkansas Arts Center's 62nd annual Delta Exhibition.
His pastel drawing entitled "Discordant Hives" is one of 63 works in the exhibition, which drew 772 entries by 348 artists from the mid-south region.
This year's exhibition is hosted in a digital format that is open for public viewing from June 19-Aug. 23, 2020.
“The Delta Exhibition offers artists a high-profile platform to share their work with a broad audience," said Dr. Victoria Ramirez, executive director of the Arkansas Arts Center. "As a Delta arts institution, the Arts Center remains committed to Delta artists. We are proud to present an innovative solution to continue the exhibition during this time. Along with our creative arts partners, we look forward to showcasing art that will educate and inspire, especially amid challenging circumstances.”
Mudrinich holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Georgia. He has been a member of the ATU faculty since 1998 and has been honored with the ATU Faculty Award of Excellence in the scholarship category (2005) and the teaching category (2012).
For more information and to view the entire exhibition, visit www.arkansasartscenter.org/delta.