Darryl Furtkamp received his MFA from the University of Idaho and teaches an impressive range of courses in the art program including drawing, two-dimensional design, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and collage and assemblage. In addition, as Gallery Director, he teaches courses in professional practice and the senior exhibition. He works directly with students in the gallery to curate, design, and install exhibitions by national and international artists, and exhibits by NEC faculty and students. Darryl supervises internships at the NEC Gallery and supports students in internships with regional and national galleries and museums. Darryl’s own works are fictional narratives combining elements of collage with new painting and drawing, and displayed in handcrafted or found object frames. These works recall Byzantine icons and early Renaissance altarpieces. Additionally, Darryl serves as a Councilor for the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts.
- B.F.A., McKendree College
- M.F.A., University of Idaho