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Artist Mari Skarp-Bogli


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Biography


Mari Skarp-Bogli's recent work incorporates raw industrial materials used throughout the building industry. Pine, paper, cardboard, aluminum, steel, copper, brass, industrial abrasives and adhesives are common materials creating mixed media three-dimensional ‘paintings’ that include pure elemental form and detritus.
"During technical production of these raw industrial materials lean manufacturing processes demonstrate complex yet minimalistic creation; utilizing repetition and patterning while seeking to minimize waste and maximize product. I attempt to replicate this process in my work, replacing fast production with slow, manual processes, embracing the element of human touch and the beauty of basic materials; identifying older world concepts quickly being replaced by technology".
 
EDUCATION2020 – Laura Johnson Leaders Program, West Hartford, CT2018 – Cornell University Online, Ithaca, NY – Certificate of Women in Leadership2010 – Maine College of Art, Portland ME – MFA in Interdisciplinary Studio Arts2006 – University of Hartford, West Hartford CT – Certificate in Art History2004 – University of Hartford, West Hartford CT – BFA in Painting, BFA in Sculpture
INSTRUCTION2013-Present University of Hartford, Hartford Art School, West Hartford ConnecticutAspects of ArtHonors: Aspects of ArtOnline Aspects of ArtFoundations: Issues in Art Making
2013-Present Tunxis Community College, Farmington ConnecticutDrawing IPainting I, IIThree-Dimensional DesignArt History IArt History IIIArt Appreciation
2013-2019 Naugatuck Valley Community College, Waterbury ConnecticutTwo-Dimensional DesignThree-Dimensional DesignArt History IArt Department Course Assessment Committee
2018 Northwestern Connecticut Community College, Winsted ConnecticutArt Department Advisory Board Member
 
2014-2016 University of Hartford, Hillyer College, West Hartford ConnecticutIntroduction to Fine Arts IIntroduction to Fine Arts II
 
2011-2012 Community College of Rhode Island, Providence, Lincoln Rhode IslandIntroduction to SculptureIntroduction to Visual Arts
 
2009 Northwestern Connecticut Community College, Winsted ConnecticutVisiting Artist & Lecturer, Advanced Topics Course
2009 Maine College of Art, Portland, MEGuest Critic, Summer Pre-College Program
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT2020 - Best Practices in Online Pedagogy, CSCU, [...]

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