Exhibition of prints by Tomas Lasansky and Miguel Rivera
For over a decade Lasansky’s work has been influenced by his enthusiasm for American History and the significant figures of our nation’s past. In the gallery hanging next to a life-sized portrait of Geronimo or Sitting Bull one might find a drawing or print of President Abraham Lincoln, Walt Whitman or Picasso.
Miguel Rivera joined the Kansas City Art Institute faculty in fall 2008 to serve as chair of the printmaking department. A practicing artist as well as an experienced educator, Rivera has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in Argentina, Mexico, Japan and the United States.