Work continues this summer on the Barnes Center at The Arch, with much of the structural framework of Archbold Gymnasium exposed to the outside world as construction workers carefully remove portions of the building. The work is offering a unique…
Art work by SU librarian Ann Skiold opens in Ortwine Gallery
Featured works by Ann Skiold, fine arts, Spanish and Italian language and literature librarian at Syracuse University Library are now on display in the Robert G. Ortwine Gallery on the sixth floor of Bird Library.
Skiold’s art work can be likened to inscapes; representing the unseen journey of the heart, mind and soul. Her work holds a vibrant, expressionistic style of subliminal mysterious otherness. She breaks rules and makes her own, because each inscape is uncharted, new and full of discovery. Skiold’s collages and paintings convey a duality of raw darkness juxtaposed with a lyrical, playful, sometimes bright and fierce sense of hope and joy.
Skiold has served as full time Fine Arts Librarian at SU Library since 2005. She was also an adjunct instructor in
painting and color theory at VPA (Visual and Performing Arts) from 2005 to 2008.
For more information about Skiold, see her staff
Contact Person: Pamela Whiteley McLaughlin, Syracuse University Library Director of Communications & External Relations,