Artist and University of Kansas graduate Megh Knappenberger created six paintings of the university’s mascot, the Jayhawk, even incorporating rock chalk (limestone) in it. She was able to get licensing to use the Jayhawk image. The works have been bought by a KU alum.
Artist and University of Kansas graduate Megh Knappenberger created six paintings of the university’s mascot, the Jayhawk, even incorporating rock chalk (limestone) in it. She was able to get licensing to use the Jayhawk image. The works have been bought by a KU alum. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
Artist and University of Kansas graduate Megh Knappenberger created six paintings of the university’s mascot, the Jayhawk, even incorporating rock chalk (limestone) in it. She was able to get licensing to use the Jayhawk image. The works have been bought by a KU alum. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

Rock chalk paintings of Jayhawk logos all bought by one KU fan

December 21, 2017 02:43 PM