ALLIANCE, Ohio — Arron Foster, teaching fellow in the University of Mount Union’s art and Integrative Core programs, had his work titled “While the earth remains” featured in Printmaking Today, the authorized Journal of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers that boasts a global readership across three continents.
Stateside, Foster’s works “Signs of Life” and “Three Hares” were selected by the Journal of the Mid-American Print Council, an educational organization that focuses on traditional and contemporary forms of printmaking.
"Professor Foster has brought a wealth of new ideas and expertise to Mount Union's Department of Art,” said Margo Miller, The Dr. Robert T. and Phyllis S. White Endowed Chair in Art at Mount Union. “We are grateful to have him on board, particularly with his mastery of printmaking!"
Foster, who earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in printmaking from the University of Georgia and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in printmaking and art form East Carolina University, also recently joined the executive board of the Pittsburgh Print Group and The Southern Graphics Council International.