Δευτέρα, 22 Οκτωβρίου 2018

Trina Langsenkamp , Solo Exhibition




Φωτογραφίες έργων: TRINA LANGSENKAMP



1.       
Carry Me   
Oil on canvas
20 x 20
115 e
2.       
Next Steps cm
Oil on canvas
40 x 30 cm
225 e
3.       
Old Winters
Oil on canvas

225 e
4.       
Send Me to the Sea
Acrylic on canvas
30x40 cm
150 e
5.       
Abandoned Church image
Acrylic on paper
40.5x25.5cm

frame: 30x42cm

225 e
6.       
Avra Beach

Acrylic on paper
25.5x40.5 cm

frame: 30x42cm
375 e

7.       
Edge of Town

Acrylic on paper
40.5x25.5cm

frame: 30x42cm
225 e

8.
Hike Views 
Acrylic on paper 
images:25x18.5cm Frame: 42x51cm
300 e
9.
Mochlos  
 Acrylic on paper
image:
37x27.5 cm  frame: 30x42cm
225 e
10.  Church Views

Acrylic on Paper
image: 47.5 x 32 cm  frame: 50 x 40 cm
€330
11.       
Agios Ioannis

Acrylic on paper
image:45 x 30 cm frame: 51.5 x 40 cm 
€300

12.       
Onward and Outward
Acrylic on paper
image: 40.5x25.5cm

frame: 30x42cm

€225
13.       
Ierapetra  

Acrylic on paper
image: 20x 13.5 cm frame: 47.5x37cm
€225
14.       
Changing Ways

Acrylic and oil on canvas
40x30 cm
€300
15.       
Reflections/Projections
oil on canvas
20 x 20 cm
€120

16.       
We Will Both Find Out Just Not Together oil and
acrylic on canvas
40 x 30 cm
€180
17.       
Fantasy
oil on canvas
24 x 18 cm
€120
18.       
Lifting Fog
oil on canvas

20 x 20 cm
€120
19.       
Setting
oil on canvas
35 x 20cm 
€150
20.       
Future Storms
Acrylic on canvas
40 x 40 cm
€200
21.       
For a Reason  
oil on canvas
40x30cm
€300
22.       
Far Away
oil on canvas
20 x 20 cm
€140
23.       
View from Toplou


acrylic on paper
Image: 34x24.5 cm
frame : 58x46.5 cm

€380













H EPsilon Art Gallery σας προσκαλεί στην Ατομική Έκθεση της Trina Langsenkamp .

Διάρκεια έκθεσης: 1-13 Νοεμβρίου 2018



Trina Langsenkamp , painterEducation: Masters in Education, Arts in Education, May 2017 Harvard Graduate School of   Education Bachelors in Art Education, May 2016 The Ohio State University 

Shows/Exhibition Participation: May 2017 Project Zero A.I.R. Final Exhibition May 2017 Harvard Graduate School of Education Lavender Graduation Presenting Artist November 2016 Gutman Gallery Exhibition, AIE Collection, Harvard University October 2016 Out of the Blue Too Gallery monthly exhibiting artist Donating artist to the permanent collection of The Ohio State University Student Union 2016 Survivor Gala, The Ohio State University, Columbus OH March 2016 Solo Exhibition, Restoration Breworx, Delaware, Ohio. 2015 Fergus Award Juried Exhibition, Urban Arts Space, Columbus, OH 2015 New Endeavors Show, The Roscoe Room, Columbus, OH 2015 Amazing Cat Show Donating Artist, 400 West Rich Galleries, Columbus, OH 2015 Donating Artist, Art of Recovery Event, Fresh A.I.R. Gallery, Columbus, OH 2015 Survivor Gala, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 2014 Winner of Car2Go Art Competition, Short North Gallery Hop, Columbus, OH 

Presentations: Unit plan presenter and workshop speaker at 2015 OAEA (Ohio Arts Education Association) Conference, November 5-7. 

Residency: Resident Teaching Artist, Camp Stomping Ground, Deposit NY. Project Zero Artist in Residence 2016-2017, Harvard Graduate School of Education 

Employment: K-5 Visual Arts Teacher, American Community Schools - Athens Instructs international students in play and experiment-based visual arts learning across varied mediums and through a exploratory approach. Education Assistant, OSU Urban Arts Space: Started September 2014 Plans and executes lessons based on contemporary art showings in the gallery space. Lessons and programs target learners of all ages and abilities. Creative Themes Day Camp: summers 2010-2014 Assistant Arts Director and general counselor in charge of groups of children ages 3-12; planning and instruction of art and nature-based lessons for campers. 

Volunteer/Community Art Education: Kappa Phi Kappa, Professional Fraternity for Future Teachers President (2014-Present) Historian (2013) Organizes events, guest speakers and service activities. Corresponds with members and community leaders to create a stronger connection between the university and Columbus area educators. Created the current website for the organization and documented events through photography and social media. Girls Rock Columbus - Volunteer Counselor, 2016-2017 Planned and facilitated activities for girls, trans and gender-nonconforming campers that engaged in informal ways of seeing, thinking and creating art and music. National Art Education Association Member – Ohio State Chapter, Spring 2014-Present Assisted in planning and executing fundraisers and community events to support the group’s participation in regional and national conferences Mill Run Nursing Home Arts Facilitator – April 2015 – Present Led groups of residents in arts and creative based projects catered to skill levels and interests. Medicine and the Arts - Educator, Wexner Medical Center, April 2015-Present Led groups of doctors and medical students in therapeutic crafts and artistic dialogue Project MORE Mentor/Reading Coach – February 2015-May 2015 Tutored an English Language Learning fourth grade student in reading comprehension 

Abroad Experiences: Exploring Jamaican Arts and Culture – June 2015 In partnership with the Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts in Kingston, Jamaica, I focused on arts and cultural practices in schools, colleges, museums and cultural institutions in Jamaica. Meeting with local artists, ambassadors, educators and students, I explored and analyzed policies, practices, content and pedagogies of the arts in Jamaica in comparison and contrast with our understandings of such in the United States. Africa and the Diaspora; Southern Africa: Culture, Society and History – Summer 2014 Through lectures, excursions, projects and a variety of field experiences in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Zambia, including meeting with educators, artists and community organizers, I explored the cultural and historical importance that have played a significant role in the history and politics of their time and reflect the general social context of life in Southern Africa. 

Awards/Honors: 2015 Fergus Family Scholarship Winner 2015 Sara Jane Pyne Memorial Scholarship Award Winner 2015 Kappa Phi Kappa Scholarship, OSU College of Education and Human Ecology Mortar Board’s Emerging Eminence Award, The Ohio State University (2014) 20 Under 20 Achievement Award, Genesee Valley Parent Magazine (2014)



Curruculum Vitae
Trina Langsenkamp 

Education: Masters in Education, Arts in Education, May 2017 Harvard Graduate School of Education Bachelors in Art Education, May 2016 The Ohio State University 

Shows/Exhibition Participation: May 2017 Project Zero A.I.R. Final Exhibition May 2017 Harvard Graduate School of Education Lavender Graduation Presenting Artist November 2016 Gutman Gallery Exhibition, AIE Collection, Harvard University October 2016 Out of the Blue Too Gallery monthly exhibiting artist Donating artist to the permanent collection of The Ohio State University Student Union 2016 Survivor Gala, The Ohio State University, Columbus OH March 2016 Solo Exhibition, Restoration Breworx, Delaware, Ohio. 2015 Fergus Award Juried Exhibition, Urban Arts Space, Columbus, OH 2015 New Endeavors Show, The Roscoe Room, Columbus, OH 2015 Amazing Cat Show Donating Artist, 400 West Rich Galleries, Columbus, OH 2015 Donating Artist, Art of Recovery Event, Fresh A.I.R. Gallery, Columbus, OH 2015 Survivor Gala, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 2014 Winner of Car2Go Art Competition, Short North Gallery Hop, Columbus, OH 

Presentations: Unit plan presenter and workshop speaker at 2015 OAEA (Ohio Arts Education Association) Conference, November 5-7. 

Residency: Resident Teaching Artist, Camp Stomping Ground, Deposit NY. Project Zero Artist in Residence 2016-2017, Harvard Graduate School of Education 

Employment: K-5 Visual Arts Teacher, American Community Schools - Athens Instructs international students in play and experiment-based visual arts learning across varied mediums and through a exploratory approach. Education Assistant, OSU Urban Arts Space: Started September 2014 Plans and executes lessons based on contemporary art showings in the gallery space. Lessons and programs target learners of all ages and abilities. Creative Themes Day Camp: summers 2010-2014 Assistant Arts Director and general counselor in charge of groups of children ages 3-12; planning and instruction of art and nature-based lessons for campers. 

Volunteer/Community Art Education: Kappa Phi Kappa, Professional Fraternity for Future Teachers President (2014-Present) Historian (2013) Organizes events, guest speakers and service activities. Corresponds with members and community leaders to create a stronger connection between the university and Columbus area educators. Created the current website for the organization and documented events through photography and social media. Girls Rock Columbus - Volunteer Counselor, 2016-2017 Planned and facilitated activities for girls, trans and gender-nonconforming campers that engaged in informal ways of seeing, thinking and creating art and music. National Art Education Association Member – Ohio State Chapter, Spring 2014-Present Assisted in planning and executing fundraisers and community events to support the group’s participation in regional and national conferences Mill Run Nursing Home Arts Facilitator – April 2015 – Present Led groups of residents in arts and creative based projects catered to skill levels and interests. Medicine and the Arts - Educator, Wexner Medical Center, April 2015-Present Led groups of doctors and medical students in therapeutic crafts and artistic dialogue Project MORE Mentor/Reading Coach – February 2015-May 2015 Tutored an English Language Learning fourth grade student in reading comprehension 

Abroad Experiences: Exploring Jamaican Arts and Culture – June 2015 In partnership with the Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts in Kingston, Jamaica, I focused on arts and cultural practices in schools, colleges, museums and cultural institutions in Jamaica. Meeting with local artists, ambassadors, educators and students, I explored and analyzed policies, practices, content and pedagogies of the arts in Jamaica in comparison and contrast with our understandings of such in the United States. Africa and the Diaspora; Southern Africa: Culture, Society and History – Summer 2014 Through lectures, excursions, projects and a variety of field experiences in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Zambia, including meeting with educators, artists and community organizers, I explored the cultural and historical importance that have played a significant role in the history and politics of their time and reflect the general social context of life in Southern Africa. 

Awards/Honors: 2015 Fergus Family Scholarship Winner 2015 Sara Jane Pyne Memorial Scholarship Award Winner 2015 Kappa Phi Kappa Scholarship, OSU College of Education and Human Ecology Mortar Board’s Emerging Eminence Award, The Ohio State University (2014) 20 Under 20 Achievement Award, Genesee Valley Parent Magazine (2014)
    


                      



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