For Release through Oct. 28
DALLAS – Founder and principal of BarfootWorldwide, Jeff Barfoot will exhibit design works at the Atrium Gallery at Brookhaven College Oct. 2-28.
Barfoot holds degrees in graphic design, illustration and marine biology from the University of Arizona. Communication Arts, the Art Directors Club of New York, Graphis, the American Institute of Graphic Arts and Print magazine, as well as the Dallas Society of Visual Communications, DSVC have recognized his design work.
In addition to being the creator of a nationally syndicated cartoon strip in his younger days, Barfoot was a co-founder of the DSVC’s National Student Show and Conference, the nation’s largest creative competition and conference for communication arts students. He is also a founding partner of Goldhouse Animation Studios, helping to produce award-winning short animation in Los Angeles.
The Atrium Gallery is the lobby of Building B at the college located at 3939 Valley View Lane in Farmers Branch. Shows at the Atrium Gallery are free and open to the public.
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