Kovak’s work “Fog in the Cosmos” is part of the exhibition “Abstract.”
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Inspired by Gothic fiction, her images are reflections on the progression from ignorance, to terror, to hope, ultimately arriving at an exhausted state of wisdom and humility.
“Art of the State” is an annual juried exhibition that has been showcasing the work of Pennsylvania’s artists at The State Museum of Pennsylvania since 1968.
The exhibition features independent and collaborative works by Kovak, Sarah Jacobs, and Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann.
Professor Kristen Letts Kovak’s solo exhibition of drawings title “White Noise” is on view at York College’s Marketview Arts on November 1 to 23.
In the midst of a technological renaissance there is a seismic shift in our sense of what illusion in art is capable of and how the viewer can interact with it.
Faculty Scott Andrew, Kim Beck, Jamie Gruszka, Kristen Letts Kovak, and Angela Washko are among the 87 Pittsburgh artists in a new exhibition at Space.
“Vessels in Five Dimensions” explores the spatial fluidity between two-dimensional images and three-dimensional forms.
The exhibition highlights a selection of representational and non-objective works by Group A members and guests.
The Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition is the second-longest running juried print and drawing competition in the country.