ALL: Master Collection List
Title of Work
Date of Work
Lower Right, Backside
Art & Design Study Collection
Stored: 234 CE
UND Art Collections Repository
Aaron Bass is a printmaker from Albuquerque, NM. He received his BFA in Printmaking with the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in 1999, and his MFA in Printmaking at the University of New Mexico in 2007. Bass’s work is based on urban interpretations of animism that he developed through a combination of “collecting objects that intuitively resonated with me and a passion for reading folklore from a variety of cultures and finding the common imagery” (Art Studio). He has always been fascinated by archetypes and how symbols can resonate across cultures and time. Bass has taught classes that range from printmaking, art history, narrative design, and drawing. His work can be found in 18 different collections across the US.
Bass, Aaron. “Aaron C Bass.” Art Studios Online - Aaron C Bass, gallery.artstudiosonline.com/detail.aspx?id=1066.
Artist Website: http://www.crowsfootpress.com/section.aspx?id=2
Monochrome brown. A baby and gears viewed through a keyhole.
This portfolio was organized by Brian Kelly, Professor of Printmaking at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and Ross Jahnke, Professor of Printmaking at Nicholls State University. 103 complete portfolios were produced in this project with 100 going to the participating artists and the remaining 3 to the permanent print collections at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, the university of Colorado at Boulder, and Nicholls State University. Additional portfolios have been included in the print collections at the University of North Dakota (West portfolio), the University of Central Florida (East portfolio) and the University of North Carolina (East portfolio). Portfolio pages printed at Marais Press at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette – pages designed by Trisha Dubina at Nicholls State University.
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