The Eli M. Oboler Library is proud to present the work of local mother and daughter artists Juliet and Danielle Feige. Both are affiliated with the ISU Art Department.
Juliet is an adjunct teacher at ISU. She first attended college at Cardiff (Wales) before coming to the U.S. in 1966. Years later she resumed her studies in art at Idaho State University where she earned both B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees.
Her work has been accepted in numerous shows, including the Eastern Washington Watercolor show, the Pittsburgh Aqueous Open, and the North Carolina Watercolor Society Show. Using both printmaking and painting, her work describes the world in an amusing, tongue-in-cheek fashion.
Danielle asserts that the easiest way for her to communicate with others is visually. Because of this she chose to obtain a B.F.A. from Idaho State University and an M.F.A. from the University of Idaho. She is currently working on a second graduate degree here at ISU. Unable to focus entirely on one media, she works in printmaking, painting, photography, mixed media, and has most recently branched out into the arts of the theater (costumes, makeup, and masks). Check out Danielle’s website at: http://www.daniellefeige.com/
The public is invited to an opening reception on Thursday, May 8 from 7PM to 8:30PM in the art exhibit area of ISU’s Eli M. Oboler Library.
The Feiges’ artwork will be on display from May 1 until July 31, and can be viewed during regular Library hours.