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Craig Drennen is a Georgia State University art professor. He identifies primarily in paintings, but has done all sorts of work. He served 4 years as the Dean of the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture.
Student composed text panel:
Craig Drennen (American)
Certain Senator, 2008
Lithograph on Rives BFK
UND Art Collections: Art & Design Study Collection
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Craig Drennen is a Georgia State University art professor. Creating primarily paintings, he is fluent in many artistic mediums. In 2006, Drennen visited Grand Forks and curated an exhibition for the 2014 UND Arts & Culture Conference, titled Cultures of Curation.
This artwork shows a single poker chip as it falls through the air. In the game of poker, there are risks associated with every hand and decision. Some decisions result in great reward, while others result in loss. In Certain Senator, Drennen implies that politics is a kind of game containing its own set of risks and rewards.
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