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Printmaking) and the University of Wyoming

(MFA Sculpture and Printmaking). He is

Professor of Art at Elizabethtown College and

directs the Susquehanna Center for the

Creative Arts.

Milt Friedly

Born: 1958, Powell, WY

Resides: Elizabethtown, PA

Milt Friedly has received recognition locally,

regionally, nationally and internationally for his

work in ceramics, printmaking and sculpture.

His work has been included in exhibitions at

the Urban Center for Contemporary Art; the

Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition; the

Yellowstone Art Museum; the Nicolayson Art

Museum; the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts;

Museum; the Gallery of American Craft; the

Susquehanna Art Museum; the Lancaster

Museum of Art; Lynden Gallery; Denise Bibro

Fine Art; the Demuth Museum; the George

Krevsky Gallery; and the University of the Arts,

Philadelphia and many other art centers and

galleries. His work is included in a number of

public collections and many private

collections. He received Fine Arts Degrees from

Arizona State University (BFA Ceramics and

“The 'free world' vs Kim Jong-un, tensions

rising, an American President compelled to

flex his muscle and mouth, raising the boiling

temperature for what could be a nuclear fallout.

Ballistic - 38th Parallel, a recent work,

defines a dynamic for world peace. Donald

Trump pointing a finger, Kim Jong-un spying on

his own people across the 38th parallel,

spewing hate and distrust; missiles dividing

the two powers - a missile raising Kim's hair.

Mount Rushmore and a Lotus flower look on,

wondering, what have we become?

Gun Control, an American problem, the World

looks on in disbelief - shootings in our schools

and public places. Are we out of control,

teaching our children violence is the answer?

Are video games and television numbing the

minds of our youth and to the point that they

cannot discern make believe from reality?

What are the consequences, no regard for the

sanctity of human life? Broken homes, broken

children who look on and see hypocrisy - what

is life? Our children and citizens become

terrorist, for what cause?”

Milt Friedly | April 2018

miltfriedly.com

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