Collar, ink, by JJ McLuckie

Article number: B127271807
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Details:

  • Original work on paper
  • Frame Size: 11" x 14"
  • Included in the Spotlight Exhibition: Then and Now.  Work must stay on display until the close of the exhibition on October 20, 2018.
     

About the Artist

JJ McLuckie is a Chicago-based illustrator, cartoonist, muralist, and handpoke tattoo artist. They primarily self-publish surreal/formalist comics based around under-appreciated aspects of the world, gender/sexuality, mental health, and stream of consciousness writing. Each has a high amount of focus dedicated to the structure and keeping it specific but open ended enough to instigate personal thought more-so than thought about a specific narrative in the book. This attention to structure leads to doing gig posters and paintings with the same mindset that some would describe as psychedelic due to the experimentation in color, forms, and the relationships between objects and communicating information.
 

Spotlight Exhibition:
Then and Now


September 4 - October 19, 2018


Reception: October 12, 4-9 pm



The Spotlight Exhibition: Then and Now features Wabash Arts Corridor alumni artists Andrea Dunn '16, Sam Kirk '04, and JJ McLuckie '17. The exhibition highlights the murals that create a vibrant campus landscape as well as new works by the artists. 

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