Morphology by Elizabeth Koloski ’15
September 3 – October 25, 2019
Pennington School alumna Elizabeth Koloski ’15 returns to the School in connection with her award-winning collection of work, Morphology, on display in the Silva Gallery of Art from September 3 to October 25.
Koloski is intrigued by anatomy and the human figure, and her prints portray the body as both an object and a landscape. She also uses the organelle and cellular levels of humans as inspiration and subject matter. As a printmaker, Koloski combines her love for scientific process with her passion for art-making to present scientific content in a unique visual way. During the printmaking process, Koloski has created a core image that was then manipulated and reinterpreted over and over again, providing an endless playground of colors and textures as seen in Morphology.
Koloski graduated in May 2019 from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art and Architecture with a B.F.A. degree in printmaking. Her culminating body of work received the Vivian Rosenberg Award for Tyler Outstanding Senior Project.