Kish College student show at Art Box in DeKalb

The Art Box, 308 East Lincoln Highway in DeKalb, is hosting an exhibition of Kishwaukee College students’ works titled Kishwaukee College Student Print, through November 10.  Pictured is one of the works from the show by Dannie Stanbery, titled White. The image is a photogram, a one-of- a-kind process that uses found objects placed on top of photographic paper.

The Art Box in DeKalb is hosting an exhibition of Kishwaukee College students’ works titled Kishwaukee College Student Print, through November 10. The Art Box is located at 308 East Lincoln Highway in DeKalb and is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 11:00a.m. – 6:00p.m. The Art Box is free and open to the public.

This is the fourth year the Art Box has featured the printmaking and photography works of Kishwaukee College students. The exhibition features 23 works and includes intaglio prints (mezzotints, aquatints and etchings), photography (both silver gelatin prints and digital) and monotype. Students with works in the show are Kate Ahlgren, Jacob Alvarez, Sam Buckner, Melinda Davis, Denis Elwart, Rogelio Godinez, Jessica Lenker, Andrea Oleson, Bryce Parker, Haley Puffenbarger, Jacob Reaves, and Brandon Smith. All are students of Kishwaukee College Art Instructor Robert Davis, whose work is also included in the show. Davis holds a Master of Fine Arts graduate in printmaking from Northern Illinois University and teaches photography and printmaking at Kishwaukee College.

For further information on the Art Box or the Kishwaukee College Student Print exhibition, contact Daniel Grych at 815-758- 0313 or email


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