immeasurable – Goucher College's Studio Art Adjunct Faculty


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immeasurable will be presented at Goucher College’s Rosenberg Gallery from September 23, 2022, to March 31, 2023.


About the Exhibit

Goucher is pleased to present recent artwork by its adjunct faculty. The exhibition includes artwork by Selina Doroshenko (photography and data analytics), Ian Jackson (printmaking), Dara Lorenzo (screenprinting) and Htet T. San (photography).


About the Artists

Selina Doroshenko

Selina Doroshenko is a multidisciplinary artist, who mixes pattern, text, and graphics, to serve up slices of daily life. Her current focus is textile surface design. Stitching and layering fabrics, she combines disparate materials to create new relationships. For her color choices, she derives inspiration from refracted light. This additive sewing process feels energetic, flexible, and forgiving. Wishing to understand fabrics from another angle, she maintains her artistic practice while running an upcycled, hand-dyed clothing business, Frick on a Stick

Selina completed her M.F.A. in 2016 at the Mount Royal School of Art at Maryland Institute College of Art, and her B.F.A. in fibers at Concordia University in 2012. Her artwork has been shown internationally in Canada, Dubai, and the United States. Her work is in the Joanne Gold and Capital One Art collections.


Dara Lorenzo

Dara Lorenzo is a multi-media artist based in Printmaking. She weaves together the images from our everyday lives with scrapbook text and layers of color and texture through printmaking, painting and collage design. The photo images in her work are objects we see in passing on the streets in our urban landscape. There is a reference to “the ritual” within the paths we take day by day, and the sequence of memories.

Dara also combines photographic imagery with text from the jargon in our minds combined with lyrics to evoke a sense of déjà vu or daydreaming. The work is about our connection to our environment and each other, also a reaction to a sense of emotion that we share.

Dara studied at WVU Arts Department in painting, received a B.S. in Printmaking from Towson University (2008), and M.F.A. degree from San Francisco Art Institute (2012). Lorenzo lived and worked in The Bay Area from 2010-2020, and currently resides in Baltimore, MD. She is an instructor of the arts at Towson University, Maryland Institute College of Art, Goucher College and CCBC. She also started a multimedia art gallery, Zo Gallery, located in Hampden, Baltimore.


Ian Jackson

Acclaimed printmaker and artist Ian Jackson works and lives in Baltimore, MD with his wife and daughter. Jackson is the founder and operator of Manual Feed Press, a printmaking studio where he collaborates with artists to produce limited editions of original art. He also serves as the master printer at Ink Spot Press, a public-access printmaking workshop and gallery in the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood.  

Ian brings to the workshop his years of experience in the commercial printing industry, where he honed his craft printing textiles and fine stationery on an industrial scale. In his own artwork, described by BmoreArt magazine as “luminous and haunting,” Jackson seeks a space where the familiar and mundane combine to articulate nothing more than the quiet invitation to be still and remember.


Htet T. San

Htet T. San is a Myanmar-born artist previously based in New York City, now residing in Baltimore. Htet works with mixed media art, photography, and installation. Her work explores ideas of identity, existence, memories, nostalgia, societal problems and human experience in a meditative and contemplative manner.

Recently, she has been combining the mixed media concepts of installation, video projections, and sculptural/material mediums with traditional darkroom and digital imaging techniques.

Htet studied Art Studio with a concentration in photography at University of Alabama-Huntsville and has a M.A. in Photography from Falmouth University in the UK. The work shown is from her 2021 series of Metamorphosis, Silver Gelatin Mordançage prints. About this work she writes:

“Metamorphosis is a project inspired by a poem I wrote in 2005, 16 years ago. I wrote my poems in my teenage years on a black book with silver ink. Right now, at this age, when I re-read my poems, I feel a sense of reminiscence about who I was and who I have become. It’s somewhat a contemplative and meditative process of re-exploring myself and the thoughts I had 16 years ago to my mid-30s right now, analyzing on the course of journey I have walked...through space and time.”