ART & DESIGN
Roxann is a multifaceted creative professional with extensive experience in administration, web design, graphic art, and photography. She is an artist and avid supporter of arts in the Houston-Galveston area.
Professionally, Roxann has worked as a sign artist, studio assistant, administrative associate, graphic designer, web course builder and web designer. Since 2012, she has been a university Internet Production Designer, managing and creating multimedia (web design, graphic art, and photography) in support of several research programs. For the last several years she has also managed social media.
In addition to her full time work, Roxann does freelance photography, design and art. She is the documentary photographer for the Galveston Arts Center and has photographed each each exhibit presented at the Center since mid 2016.
Roxann received her education at the University of Houston, Clear Lake, including a BA in Applied Design and Visual Art in 2006, as well as a MA in Humanities, Images Track in 2009. She minored in Women's Studies during both programs. She studied printmaking with Sandria Hu and attended workshops at Flatbed Press with Katherine Brimberry.
Roxann is exhibiting Solarplate artwork in a show in November 2019 in Sag Harbor, New York as a part of an exhibit organized by Dan Welden.
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RECENT Design WORK
Roxann has been an Internet Production Designer at a local university since 2012, where she manages multimedia (web design, graphic art, social media, and photography) in support of several research programs. Programs described in these samples retain copyright of the promotional materials.
After the Storm: A Story of Loss and Resilience
Roxann is a photographer, printmaker and designer. She traveled to Flatbed Press in Austin, TX to learn the Solarplate method, a process less toxic than traditional printmaking. Using this method, photographic images are transferred to transparencies and then plates. Final images are printed on traditional printmaking paper with permanent inks, using a printing press.
During her master's education, Roxann's family lost their home in Hurricane Ike. Imagery from that experience is layered into this series of prints.
Roxann is exhibiting Solarplate artwork from this series in a show in November 2019 in Sag Harbor, New York as a part of an exhibit organized by Dan Welden.