Group Critique with Meghan Cox and Jacob Lunderby
Group Critique with Meghan Cox and Jacob Lunderby
Group Critique with Meghan Cox and Jacob Lunderby
Group Critique with Meghan Cox and Jacob Lunderby

Group Critique with Meghan Cox and Jacob Lunderby

$95.00

Join artists and educators Meghan Cox and Jacob Lunderby for helpful feedback on your artwork.  A group critique is an excellent means of both dispelling feelings of artistic isolation or uncertainty and finding inspiration in the ideas and artwork of others in a supportive environment. 

Participants should bring 5 - 8 recent artwork for feedback. These works should be finished (or close enough to completion to warrant examination) and should indicate your interests and current artistic direction.

This critique is held in conjunction with Cox and Lunderby's two-person exhibition Sleepy Drivers at Cerulean Arts, on view February 1 - 26.

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Saturday, February 18, 2023 
10 a.m. – 1 p.m. 
$95  (space is limited to 6 participants) 
Registration Deadline:  February 10

Meghan Cox earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a double major in Painting and Art History from Indiana University Bloomington in 2003, and a Masters of Fine Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2005. She has taught at Temple University, Brooklyn College, University of the Arts, Kutztown University, Community College of Philadelphia, Penn State Altoona, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and Drexel University. Meghan has been awarded several grants including the George Sugarman Foundation Grant and an Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant. Her work has been exhibited regionally and internationally, in galleries and museums in Philadelphia, PA and New York, NY. Meghan's painting, Miranda, was selected for the prestigious BP Portrait Award competition in 2018, for exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, London, and on tour throughout the UK.

Jacob Lunderby is an artist and educator based in Philadelphia; he earned a BFA in Painting from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and an MFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. Lunderby has participated in exhibitions nationally and internationally in Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Honolulu, Greece, South Korea, Italy and Japan, respectively. In addition to his individual studio practice, Lunderby collaborates with Josh Weiss as Lunderby/Weiss Studio on two-dimensional, interior based wall designs that reclaim the sacred and sublime in contemporary spaces. Lunderby is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Drawing in the Art and Art History Department, Westphal College of Media Arts and Design at Drexel University.