Ray Gloeckler

Works from Wood

2007 Exhibit Dates
Jan 23 To Feb 18

"Works from Wood" features a selection of prints by Ray Gloeckler, a nationally recognized leader in the field of woodcuts. His detailed imagery portrays humor, politics, and American life in general. The work on exhibit ranges in size from small scale wood engravings to large woodblock prints. Gloeckler is an emeritus professor of art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he taught relief printmaking for 35 years." His work is in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institution, Purdue University, Duke University, Milwaukee Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Philadelphia Museum, Butler Institute of American Art, among others." He has received over 100 awards for his work and has exhibited nationally and internationally.

As It Is, Not As I Would Have It, 2004-05, woodcut, 35" x 21 5/8"