An Exhibition of Photography by Dr. Jack VazzanaPosted Oct. 17, 2012
Dr. Jack Vazzana, in his 4th show of photography, departs from the conventional and moves into the exciting world of giclee (zhee-clay). These are digital pictures by ink-jet and computer altered. The show runs from October 25th to November 7th in the Quiet Study Lounge of Kent State University at East Liverpool, in the Main Classroom building. Dr. "Jack" is a visual; sociologist whose pictures explore iconic, existential meaning in American culture challenging the viewer to see beyond the obvious.
Dr. "Jack" has exhibited in the prestigious Louisville Visual Arts Association and 43 of his cartoons (done as a student at Duquesne University in the 60s) have been archived at "Gumberg Library Digital Collections" for their sociological significance.
Sponsored by Kent State University at East Liverpool, 400 East 4th Street 330-385-3805.