Back to Biographies Alison Denyer
University of Utah, USA

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Al Denyer is Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City. She holds an MFA from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale; and a BA hons from Winchester School of Art. Al’s work encompasses the areas of drawing, painting, printmaking and installation. Shown in numerous national and international juried and invitational exhibitions, her work has been published in New American Paintings, American Art Collector and the Western Humanities Review. Additionally, Al has had several solo exhibitions of her work throughout the US.

Al’s work focuses on landscape imagery and combines painting and drawing to create illusionary layers of depth, microscopic elements through the presence of subtle detail. Her current body of work has lead to the cross-disciplinary research project that she is working on with Professor Erik Brunvand, which involves making prints at a micro-scale by printing on the surface of silicon integrated circuits (ICs). A microscope is required for viewing the prints.

An active member of SECAC (South Eastern College Arts Conference), and FATE (Foundations in Art Theory and Education); Al has chaired panels and presented multiple papers at conferences in the US over the past decade.

Her work can be viewed at:
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