Lucas Carter Bartley
The Art Show That Never Made It
Updated: Apr 16, 2021
During my Winter term junior year, I finally had the opportunity to add my art to a gallery space. The space was small and intended for the current seniors to show case their final capstone projects before the spring term started. With limited space, I decided to challenge the way we look at a gallery space and took the small platform of a stage as my canvas. At the time I was working at the large format printing department through the school. I got to work along side printers we never seen on campus. Some of these printers had some handy quirks when paired with the right materials. At work we printed a-lot of floor stickers around campus to promote events and bring awareness to certain buildings. Most of these floor stickers were in the shape of a circle. With a large die cut machine, any cut was possible within reason. I decided to bring my art style called Zoz to life. With the help of a large format die cut machine I was able showcase the wonderful world of Zoz.