Koepsel to Display in KWU Gallery

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Artist, designer and KWU student, Vicki Koepsel, will have her exhibition, “Larger Voices Calling,” on display in the Kansas Wesleyan Gallery starting Tuesday, March 6 through Friday, April 4.
“This most recent work is a deliberate departure from the work I've done in the past,” said Koepsel.
“Art isn't about whether something is good or bad, pretty or ugly,” said Koepsel. “It’s about the artist's personal experience and whether or not they did what they set out to do and this most recent work is a deliberate departure from the work I've done in the past.”
Koepsel has a professional background in urban planning, art, and architecture. She has a Master of Architecture degree and over twenty years of experience as a professional urban and regional 
planner in Washington, Colorado, and Kansas. She returned to her creative roots in 2012 when she decided to become a full-time college student at KWU. In December 2014, Koepsel will receive her certificate in Art Education and plans to combine art and teaching with the public planning process.
A Gallery Talk will be held on Tuesday, March 11 at noon in The Gallery in Sams Hall of Fine Arts, where Koepsel will discuss her exhibition. Guests are encouraged to bring a brown bag lunch if desired; however, snacks and drinks will be provided. The Gallery is open to all ages and audiences and is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. or by appointment on the weekends. For more information, contact Megan Berry at megan.berry@kwu.edu.