Above is MTU Senior Ben Kusterer. Ben is standing with his two
wonderful watercolor paintings. Ben's work was really terrific
and will provide him with a great hobby in his engineering days
that lay ahead. If he's as good an engineer as he is an artist
he has a great future waiting for him.
above - Ben's beautiful watercolor "Daisy Farm"
above - another of Ben's great watercolors "May"
Art of Mike Somer
Another teriffic art Techie is Mike Somers. Mike like Ben
is a graduating senior. Mike's Lamps were a big splash at the
"New Life" Lamp made from found objects by Mike Somers
"Will it Blend?" lamp made with found objects by Mike Somers
Lamp "The Unfinished Job", made from found materials by Mike
Untitled Lamp, by Mike Somers
Tech Artist Rick Peterson
Tech Student Rick Peterson had several works of art being
exhibited at the show. Rick exhibited in several mediums,
watercolor, oil and pencil, all were great and the Hendrix oil
above - Rick Peterson's "Steel Blue Bird" watercolor
above- another great oil by Rick Peterson "Hendrix"
watercolor "Corner Pocket" by Rick Peterson
above - Rick Peterson's colored pencil drawing "Triumphant
Sascha Hirgel above a terrific Colored Pencil Drawing
above a colored pencil drawing "Game Face" by Joey Berwyn
above - acrylic by Carol Kurz
above - Water color by Yunhua Li - "Holy and Pure"
Phylis Wasa Limanen - water color - "Celebrate"
Pencil - "Yellow Rose of Georgia" by Claire Drom
"Calculus I" acrylic on canvas by K. Carlton Johnson
"Calculus #2" acrylic on canvas by K. Carlton Johnson
above - "Days of Contrast" water color by Kim Dobrez
Pencil Drawing "Parshall Rocks" by Jessica Widhammer
above - water color "Every Sunday Morning" replica by Lea
above - water color "Barn in Winter" by Paula Theiler
Pencil Drawing "Jill" by Lea Peterson
above - water color "Joyful Reflection" by Phyllis Wesa Limanen
Pen & Ink "Free" by Caitlyn Botamer
Lucus vander Laan pencil drawing "What is ideal?"
Clay "Faces" by Ian Bonner
above - zig pen and watercolor "Shhhhh...." by Lena Wilson
Mathew Radue Untitled Watercolor
"Grandpa" pencil drawing by Tom Raisanen
"The Dark left Fleck" pencil drawing by Jessica Widhammer