A photograph of “Dendrochronology,” a mixed-media sculpture by Isabelle Brace ’14, appears in the latest issue of plain china, a national journal of undergraduate writing and art.
A native of Washington, D.C., Isabelle studied sculpture and ecology at Guilford. Her works are predominantly in the medium of wire, steel and wood in partnership with found objects, and have been featured in art shows at Guilford College, UNCG and the Center of Visual Arts in Greensboro, where she currently lives. Her piece first appeared in Greenleaf Review.
In addition to showcasing the best undergraduate writing from across the country, plain china provides a venue for top-notch artwork. Student editors at Bennington College curate the journal.