Texas Tech Professor judges 32nd print and drawing exhibition

Work by established graphic artists and new and emerging talent go on display at four Peoria galleries March 6 as part of the 32nd Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition.

The show — which takes place every other year — is the second-longest-running juried print and drawing competition in the country (the oldest is held by the Society of American Graphic Artists in New York).

And the show’s juror, Lynwood Kreneck, praises it for being an “open competition.”

Kreneck earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Texas, then, after a period in advertising, earned a master of fine arts degree there before going to teach at Texas Tech.

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