I was selected as a finalist for the Miami University Young Painters Competition in 2006 and I am represented by galleries in the Short North and Philadelphia. My work, which reflects a love of materiality of paint and fascination with color, line and composition, grows out of my exploration of philosophical and spiritual concepts and my role in society as a woman. I work with oil paints, pastels, collage and mixed media on surfaces as diverse as wood, canvas and paper.
Ms. Beckman is well known in the Columbus community and throughout Ohio for her work as a feminist artist, art historian, educator and activist. She holds an M.F.A. in painting and drawing from Ohio University and is A. B. D. in art history from Ohio State University. Her work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States as well as in Italy and Denmark. Ms. Beckman has lectured and taught at school s and universities in New York City, Pennsylvania, Utah and New Jersey, in addition to the Ohio State University, Ohio University, Oberlin College, Kenyon College, Columbus Torah academy and Sherwood Middle School. She has been Director of the Bunte Art Gallery at Franklin University and of the Olin Art Gallery at Kenyon College. Presently she teaches Art and Art History at Columbus State Community College and the Pontifical College Josephinum.
My teaching methods place importance on creative discovery. Students should be inquisitive toward their own visual experiences and make connections to their own ideas within an artistic framework. In developing a thoughtful approach to one’s own artwork, the student becomes aware of the concepts that promote creative problem solving. As an artist I have come to understand that making art involves balancing theory and creative action. As a teacher I want my students to cultivate a level of aesthetic sensitivity through observation, experimentation and good studio work habits.
Holder of a PhD in interdisciplinary arts from Ohio State University, Georgia Tangi has taught at Columbus State since 2001. As an artist-in-residence at Franklin University, she spearheaded a program to use art to teach creativity and flexibility to MBA students. She has received the Kentucky Painter Award and mounted one-woman shows in Columbus and Kentucky. Her work appears in the permanent collections at Ohio State's Department of Black Studies, Franklin, Columbus College of Art and Design, and numerous private homes and offices.
Jon Wahling has shown nationally and is included in museums and private collections in the United States. Educated both in Cranbook Academy of Art and Kansas City Art Instittue and School of Design. Currently Mr. Wahling is included in an oral history Web site sponsored by the Ohio Historical Society. View under Jon B. Wahling, career documentations, at .
Peoples Bark News Berkeley (Part 2)
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officials about your vote. Also, Bush has two daughters who are college age...do you think that they would be on the front line? How do you think it will perceived if 19 and 20 year olds are being asked to serve this country and his daughters are still making
headlines getting drunk at rat parties?
BARBARA LEE: That poses the kind of questions and dilemmas before us. There are many questions that have to be asked..the kind of terrain ahead of us in a country we don?t know, how much collateral loss will we be inflicting in terms of innocent women and
children? Loss of life is loss of life. The Congress needs to ask these questions, force the administration
to answer these questions. That does not mean that we, and I, are not unified. I'm sure I will hear from the
administration, I'm on the foreign affairs committee.
I see Secretary Po…