Texas Tech University

Monuments of the World: 11 X 14 Works on Paper


Virtual Exhibit: May – July, 2021

Monuments are timeless and universal. They hold meaning as historical symbols that help societies remember their past and create a cultural identity. They can be world-renowned structures such as the Acropolis and the Sydney Opera House, or local monuments that are meaningful to a smaller region or town. Artists of all levels were invited to submit works on paper reflecting the monuments theme of this exhibit. Enjoy their interpretation of “Monuments of the World” in this virtual exhibit.

Featuring work by:

Rachel Alvarado • Joe Aranha • Martha Bohn • Terry Brandt • Jesse Bulluck • Laura Burrus • Roopa Chikkalgi • Robin Clark • Pody Connally • George Craig • Scott Cutler • Dan English • Willa Finley • Razvan Gelca • Michael Giblin • Ellen Greeney • Melinda Green Harvey • Valerie Hill • Mark Indig • Richard Jespers • Deb Johnson • Atul Joshi • Seema Joshi • Atharv Khambekar • Karen Limbaugh • Virginia Mahan • Ashley Rose Marino • John Mattson • Ann McDonald • Lynn McLarty • Sukant Misra • Wes Odell • Brenda Olden • Sipra Pati • Daniel Rodriguez • Glenn Rudd • Shannon Samson • Allison Sheffieck • Rusy Singh • Jean Smart • Christena Stephens • Ron Thomas • Melissa Winters • Bill Wright • Karen Zimmerly

International Cultural Center Galleries

This exhibit is made possible in part through a grant from The CH Foundation.

For more information, call (806) 742-3667.