Screen Shot 2016-09-29 at 5.08.18 PM copyBoris Zakic • Professor, Drawing and Painting

Office Location: Wilson Art Building room 108
Phone: 502.863.8107
Email: boris_zakic@georgetowncollege.edu

Spring 2017 Courses

ART 115 Drawing
ART 331 Painting
ART 332 Advanced Painting
ART 495 Senior Thesis

Biography

Boris Zakic (MFA, University of New Orleans) received the “Neue Dimensionen der Wissenschaft” Award by Göethe Institut, Belgrade for Translation Paintings in 2004 and has since worked on various projects, see: The New Albany Bicentennial Public Art Series (2013), Shhh, Flicker (2014) and Grand Gesture (2015). Elected in 2015, Boris currently serves as the state representative (KY) on the SECAC Board of Directors.


web1Daniel Graham • Department Chair, Associate Professor, Sculpture and Printmaking

Office Location: Wilson Art Building room 202
Phone: 502.863.8129
Email: Daniel_Graham@georgetowncollege.edu
Website: JDGraham.net

Spring 2017 Courses

ART 119 Introduction to 3-D Design
ART 170 Topics in Art: Puppets & Tatoos
ART 300 Printmaking and Silkscreen

Education

2006 – MFA in Printmaking, Lamar Dodd School of Art, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA
2002 – BFA in Printmaking, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Biography

Daniel Graham is an Associate Professor of Art teaching in the areas of Printmaking and Sculpture. Professor Graham came to Georgetown College in the Fall of 2006, after leaving the University of Georgia in Athens where he received his MFA in Printmaking. Before attending the University of Georgia Professor Graham managed a wood shop in downtown Washington DC where he taught classes in traditional and non traditional woodworking as well as producing custom furnishings. Professor Graham has had numerous exhibitions of varied scales including solo exhibitions in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Georgia, Washington DC, and Florida. Professor Graham was selected to be a participating artist in the New Albany Bicentennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition in New Albany, Indiana. In 2007 Professor Graham was granted a Goode Faculty Development Award providing funding for his participation in an International Karakuri Workshop in Nagoya, Japan. He was awarded another Goode Faculty Development Award in 2012 providing funding for his participation in an exhibition and conference in Ponzaz, Poland. Since his time at Georgetown College, Professor Graham has been a part of more than 90 exhibitions at more than 112 venues, including 16 solo exhibitions, 6 international exhibitions, 5 traveling exhibitions, as well as multiple visiting artist appointments, including Purdue University, the University of Kentucky, Murray State University, and Bowling Green State University.


Darrell KincerDarrell Kincer • Associate Professor, Photography and Graphic Design

Office Location: Wilson Art Building room 107
Phone: 502.863.7976
Email: darrell_kincer@georgetowncollege.edu
Website: DarrellKincer.com

Spring 2017 Courses

ART 121 Introduction to Graphic Design
ART 170 Topics in Art: Handmade Photography
ART 222 Film Photography

Education

2002 – MFA in Photography, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA
1999 – BA in Art, Asbury University, Wilmore, KY

Biography

Darrell Kincer is an Associate Professor of Art and teaches courses in photography, digital imaging, and graphic design. He earned a BA in art from Asbury University and an MFA in photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. He joined the faculty of Georgetown College in the Fall of 2007. In his courses, Prof. Kincer introduces students to a variety of methods for artistic production focusing on foundational design principles and creative methods of problem solving. Prof. Kincer’s research explores alternative photographic methods such as mordançage, as well as the crossover between traditional analog and digital photographic imaging. Topics for his work explore a sense and understanding of place, along with the curious beauty found in the seemingly incidental moments of life.


Leah CastlemanLeah Castleman • Adjunct Professor

Office Location: Wilson Art Building room 106
Email: Leah_Castleman@georgetowncollege.edu

Spring 2017 Courses

ART 313 Art Education

Education

2008 – MFA in Studio Art, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
2005 – BA in Art and Education, Georgetown College, Georgetown, KY

Biography

Leah Castleman has been the Head Women’s Soccer Coach and Adjunct Professor at Georgetown College since 2008, teaching courses in Art Education, Special Topics in Painting as well as Independent Studies in Art. She is the co-creator of the Art Club, an  after school art program at Georgetown College for 3rd–5th grade Scott County students. Prior to teaching at Georgetown, she she was a Graduate Assistant Instructor in Drawing and Color Theory at the University of Kentucky. Alongside her work at the college, Leah is also a practicing studio artist a vibrant exhibition record.


chrisChris Davis • Adjunct Professor

Office Location: Wilson Art Building room 106
Email: christopher_davis@georgetowncollege.edu

Spring 2017 Courses

ART 323 Web Design
ART 370 Topics in Art: Advanced Web Design


Brittany PettyBrittany Petty • Adjunct Professor

Office Location: Wilson Art Building room 106
Email: brittany_petty@georgetowncollege.edu

Spring 2017 Courses

ART 212 Survey of Art History II

Education

2015 – MA in Art History and Visual Studies, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
2012 – BA in Art History and Broadcast Communication: Film and Television Production, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY

Biography

Brittany Petty obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Kentucky University in 2012, majoring in Art History and Broadcast Communication: Film and Television Production. In 2015, she earned a Master of Arts degree in Art History and Visual Studies from the University of Kentucky. In addition to her art history related coursework, she also took graduate level courses in the University of Kentucky’s Preparing Future Faculty Program and continues to develop her college teaching skills. She has taught art appreciation and art history courses at Bluegrass Community and Technical College, Western Kentucky University, and since the Fall of 2016, Georgetown College. She has also been a volunteer, intern, and employee of various art organizations and is proud to be a part of the growing art community in the Georgetown/Lexington area.


Amelia StampsAmelia Stamps • Adjunct Professor

Office Location: Wilson Art Building room 106
Email: TBA
Website: AmeliaStamps.com

Spring 2017 Courses

ART 319 3D Practices: Pottery

Education

2008 – BFA in Ceramics, University of North Carolina, Asheville, NC
2005 – BA in Art and Education, Georgetown College, Georgetown, KY

Biography

Amelia Stamps is an arts educator and nationally recognized studio potter in Lexington, KY. Growing up in a family of artists in the mountains of North Carolina, she is inspired by the area’s strong craft heritage.  Amelia exhibits her work in  galleries and across the nation and maintains an active retail/wholesale show schedule. Her work has been published in periodicals such as Ceramics Monthly(Italics) and books such as Cone 6 Glazes (underline). Amelia has conducted workshops and residencies across the nation, including Red Lodge Clay Center in Montana and the Appalachian Center for Arts & Crafts in Smithville, TN. A DVD on her life and work will be released by Ceramic Arts Daily in April of 2017. Amelia currently teaches courses at Georgetown College and at KY Mudworks.