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Now Showing in South Santiam Hall Gallery

2014 Art Faculty Show

2014 LBCC Art Faculty Show

September 29 through October 30, 2014
Reception in SSH: October 23, 12-1 pm.

Seven Full Time and Part Time teaching faculty join together to show their work.

Participants include: Dori Litzer, Analee Fuentes, Andrew Myers, Kathyrn Cellerini Moore, Deanne Beausoleil, Lewis Franklin and Frossene King

The Artists:

Dori Litzer, Art Department Chair

Dori has been a member of the Art faculty at LBCC since 1988. Dori loves art and teaching art. She is particularly fond of painting, drawing, color and design, along with art history and understanding art. Dori has an MFA in Art from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, an MA in Two Dimensional Design from Northern Illinois University, and a BS in Art Education from the University of Wisconsin, Steven’s Point. She has exhibited her work regionally and nationally, and has been the recipient of numerous art and teaching awards. She considers oil painting to be a necessary component within her life. This term, Dori is teaching Art 102 Understanding Art, Art 115 Basic Design & Composition, and Art 204 History of Western Art.

Analee Fuentes

Analee received her BFA in painting and drawing, with a minor in women’s studies, from the University of Oregon and her M.F.A. in painting/drawing from the University of Arizona. From 2001 to 2004, Fuentes was an Oregon Chautauqua scholar. She has juried numerous regional shows and maintains an exhibit record spanning 30 years that documents her work as a vital Oregon artist. She is the 2-D Studio Foundations instructor at LBCC since 1998. This term Analee is teaching Art 131 Drawing 1 on the Albany Campus, and Art 234 Figure Drawing at the Benton Center.

Andy Myers

Andy received his BS in Studio Art from Eastern Oregon University, La Grande, Oregon and his MFA in drawing and painting from Portland State University. He is a drawing instructor at Oregon State University and also for us at LBCC. His work is drawing-based with elements of installation and sculpture. The large scale work interacts with the exhibition space and engages the viewer by becoming part of the environment. This term, Andy is teaching Art 131, Drawing 1 at the Benton Center.

Kathryn Cellerini Moore

Kathryn earned her MFA from Stony Brook University in New York, and a BFA in Applied Visual Arts from Oregon State University. She is a visual arts instructor serving several colleges in Oregon’s Willamette Valley including Willamette University, Oregon State University, and Linn Benton Community College. Although Kathryn is not teaching this term, she has taught Art 102 Understanding Art and Art 131 Drawing at LBCC.

Deanne Beausoleil

Deanne received her MA in art history from Savannah College of Art and Design. Deanne teaches Art History and Art Appreciation at LBCC as well as Chemeketa Community College. In her teaching style, she believes that the development of an objective idea about art, through learning the concepts and content surrounding a work of art, is a much more important skill for a student than memorization. This term Deanne is teaching Art 207, Indigenous Art of the Americas and Art 102, Understanding Art.

Lewis Franklin

Lewis is a graduate of Corvallis High School and has lived within the Linn-Benton region for a good share of his life. He graduated from Linn-Benton in 1995 with an AAS in Graphic Communications and an AS in Fine Art. His BS in Graphic Design is from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and is working on his MFA in Graphic Design through the Academy of Art University of San Fransisco. He has worked for several design firms and spent several years with Diamond Multimedia (Supra / S3). He is a freelance designer and Macintosh consultant when not busy with his work here at LBCC. Lewis is the Department Chair for the Digital Imaging and Graphic Design Program.

Frossene King

Frossene received her BFA from Oregon State University in printmaking, and her MFA from Vermont College of Art, in Graphic Design. She also graduated from LBCC with three Associates Degrees in Digital Pre-press Technology, Graphic Design and Fine Art. She has worked in the industry as a graphic designer and enjoys teaching graphic design at LBCC. This term, Frossene is teaching Art 263 Digital Photography, Art 122 Foundations in Motion 4-D, and AA221 Graphic Design 1.

Faculty artwork, if listed for sale, may be purchased through Laura Hoffman in NSH 113, or by contacting Frossene King by e-mail:  A portion of each sale goes to the LBCC Gallery fund, with exception of the prints by Analee Fuentes (see the sign in the case). The revenue generated for the LBCC Gallery fund, through the sale of artwork in the show, promotes artwork on the LBCC campus.