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October 29, 2010

Walley Two Hawks - artist

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Walley Two Hawks’ intaglio monotypes are currently being exhibited at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences. There are soft vs. hard lines, dark colors vs. muted colors, along with recognizable images vs. unfamiliar images; this is a personal style used by the artist throughout his works.

Color is an important element in his works. Often there are surprises of unexpected blotches of color along with images that catch the viewer’s eye. A lone red hawk may be visual or subliminally flying across the prints. That makes the work stable but explosive!

His works are on exhibited on the second and third floors. As Walley explains, “My art expressed me. Visualization is endless. I like to see beyond what my eyes tell me is there.”

All of the works are for sale. If you have further questions, please contact: june.hund@case.edu.