Be Great with Art Insights Speaker Becca Clason

Published: January 03, 2018 | Author: Tracy Solimeno | Read Time: 2 minutes

Becca ClasonSUU’s Department of Art & Design welcomes lettering artist and stop-motion animator, Becca Clason as an Art Insights speaker Thursday, January 11, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at Southern Utah Museum of Art (SUMA). Clason will share how she found her niche, pursued what she really loved, was able to get her work noticed in a saturated industry, and why she thinks passion projects are essential to staying inspired and being successful. Admission is free and open to the public.

Clason is based in Salt Lake City, Utah and founded the Salt Lake Lettering Club, and Letter West an annual retreat in Bear Lake, Utah. She studied advertising and graphic design at Brigham Young University. She utilizes a keen eye for design, color, and placement to create mouthwatering stop motion animation, time lapse videography, and lettering design for organizations like Disney, Sabra, General Mills, Starbucks, and American Express.

Clason began as an advertising director and graphic designer in New York before establishing her freelance design firm. Her work is hands on rather than computer based and everything from peppers and lentils, to lipstick and nail polish serve as both the inspiration and the medium for her delightful creations.

In an interview with Kara Cutruzzula, Clason related that, “Much of my inspiration comes from music, mixed-media art, and the desire to make something beautiful with layers and flow… I want my tactile designs to be a piece of art as well as advertising, so I always visualize how the colors and textures of the lettering materials, backgrounds, and props will look together as a finished piece.”

Art Insights is hosted during the fall and spring semesters by SUU’s Art & Design faculty. Students and community members meet to learn from presentations and discussions from visiting artists and art educators located throughout the nation who share their work and insights.

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