Alumni Careers

 

Painter
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Ralph Ernest White'.

"Painting is an undeniable and personal declaration of the gift of life." -- Ralph E. White

Sculptor
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Evelyn Raymond'.

Evelyn Raymond was born in Duluth in 1908. Her love of sculpting began while she was a student at Duluth Central High School.

Painter
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Richard Lack'.

Richard Lack spent his life determined to revive and sustain painting traditions.

Digital Creative Director
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Tom Eslinger'.

If a message can be displayed anywhere, then it can be displayed everywhere. That’s the POV of Tom Eslinger, Innovation & Integrated Production Worldwide Creative Innovation Director for Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide.

The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Dean Koutsky'.

In his own work, he uses both studio and plein-air approaches, with a passion for boats, water, and “Other People’s Parties,” an ongoing painting series.

Screenwriter
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Nick Schenk'.

Nick Schenk just didn’t know how to quit. The onetime Fine Arts major, who nevertheless took a bunch of film classes, just knew he wanted to make movies. 

The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Todd Norsten'.

"[Paint] is a material that is used to directly express many things including when and where commerce occurs."

 

Portrait Artist
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'John Howard Sanden'.

John Howard Sanden tried to paint the best in people. Right after his graduation, he became the art director for Billy Graham’s Evangelistic Association, where he spent fourteen years.

The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Jennie Smith'.

Blessed with swift success, and barely out of MCAD, Jennie Smith knew what she needed next: more learning.

The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Keogh Gleason'.

In the Golden Age of American movies, MGM sent out the most prestigious product—not just its stars (“more than there are in heaven!”) but its total, overall, look was famous.