The art of exploring in 3-D

The art of exploring in 3-D

FLC sculpture professor shows new work
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Jay Dougan, associate professor of art and design at Fort Lewis College, is showing new work in the Durango Arts Center Library.
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Ep 161219710
“Pattern 36,” 3-D printing, wall drawing.
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Ep 161219710
“Windmills,” porcelain slip casting, black manganese glaze, digital die cutter.

The art of exploring in 3-D

Jay Dougan, associate professor of art and design at Fort Lewis College, is showing new work in the Durango Arts Center Library.
“Pattern 36,” 3-D printing, wall drawing.
“Windmills,” porcelain slip casting, black manganese glaze, digital die cutter.
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What: “A 3D Production,” new works by Jay Dougan.
When: Now through Dec. 23.

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Who is Jay Dougan?

Jay Dougan, associate professor of art and design since 2007 at Fort Lewis College, focused on ceramics in his collegiate career, but he now considers himself a sculptor who explores different media. He holds a master of fine arts degree from the

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