An assistant professor of art at
"Michelle has taken an historic process and transformed it into a relative medium," said
"She's opened the door to a new aesthetic in print making, a beautiful new angle of lights and darks that both the community and UCO students can gain artistry from."
An exhibit of Rozic's mezzotint prints titled "Tidelands" opens
"My work focuses on the intersection of nature and culture," Rozic said in her artistic statement.
"It inherently questions what is real and what is imitation. Today these distinctions are blurring because of advances in science and technology. My representations bring to light acceptance of the reproduction as a stand in for the original."
"Tidelands" will be on display through
Rozic will also conduct a Mezzotint workshop from
Both events are free and open to the public. Those interested in attending the workshop can sign up in
For more information regarding Rozic's visit, contact Litzau at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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