Volodzko Displays Art Work At Lee’s Humanities Center

Friday, March 29, 2013
"Knights," a drawing by Tim Volodzko.
"Knights," a drawing by Tim Volodzko.

Lee University has an ongoing exhibition of art work by Tim Volodzko in Lee’s Humanities Center on Parker Street.

Mr. Volodzko, a junior art major at Lee, is originally from Rudensk, Belarus where he began his art studies. Mr. Volodzko attended the Republican College of Art in Minsk, Belarus from 1999-2003. He later graduated from the Minsk State A.K.Glebov School of Art with a First Secondary Special Education Degree and Specialty as Teacher of Art.

During 2008-2009 Mr. Volodzko was a student of Visual Design & Media at the European Humanities University in Vilnius, Lithuania and since June 2010 has been living in the U.S. and studying at Lee University.

“Tim has amazing pen and ink drawings that you are sure to enjoy,” said John Simmons, assistant professor of art at Lee. 

Mr. Volodzko’s drawings are located across from the computer lab near Johnson Lecture Hall in the Humanities Center and will remain on display through Wednesday, April 10.

For more information contact John Simmons at jsimmons@leeuniversity.edu or call 614-8137. 

"Knights," a drawing by Tim Volodzko.

Tim Volodzko
Tim Volodzko

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