Meghan O’Connor, an assistant professor in printmaking at Wayne State College in Nebraska, will speak at the UNO Art Gallery about her work on March 5.
Originally from Tennessee and with an MFA from Clemson University, she has taught many workshops on printmaking throughout the U.S., including UNO’s Frogman’s Print and Paper Workshop.
Her work has been exhibited nationally, both in solo and group shows, and has been in many national and international portfolio exchanges. Her prints are in many U.S. and international collections.
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