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A Visual Story – Student Digital Photography

A Visual Story February 4 – 28, 2019 Coffee Hour: February 5, 8-9am Victoria Ring ’19 Students experiment with digital photography in unconventional ways; taking the concepts of color, line, form, texture and space to construct images. These alterations to the photos allow the artist to convey their vision.  Focusing on principles of composition, the […]

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“Black and White” student photography

December 10, 2018 – January 25, 2019 Coffee hour:  Tuesday, January 22, 8-9am This exhibition features film-based black and white photography as an expressive and creative medium.  Film based photography presents many unique challenges, but it is also very rewarding. A photographer must slow down and consider composition and technique to capture just the right […]

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Never Ghana Forget: Photo / Video documentary by Rachel Ledbetter

November 5 – 30, 2018 Service Project: Shai Hills, Ghana, Africa Rachel Ledbetter, ’19 Rachel Ledbetter (IHS major and Art minor) volunteered at City of Refuge Ministries (CORM), a non-profit organization based in Ghana in May 2018.  The team at CORM is passionate about rescuing children from slavery and providing them with a safe and […]

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“Variations on a Theme” sculpture and cyanotypes by Heather Beardsley

December 17, 2018 through February 7, 2019 Artist Talk/Reception: Thursday, Jan 17, 11:30am – 12:30pm This series is inspired by Ernst Haeckel’s illustrations, lithographs and drawings that blur the lines between art and science.  In his time these prints were ubiquitous, their presentation of a natural world whose forms can be ordered, understood and, most […]

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“Sophisticated Chaos” watercolors by Ken Karlic

November 5 – December 7, 2018 Artist Talk:  November 15, 11:30am – 12:30pm SOPHISTICATED CHAOS Inspired by scenes of complex forms, this exhibition of watercolor paintings uses structures as a vehicle to explore the physicality of material, technique and subject. Pushing the boundaries of watercolor, these works merge art, design and architecture which dissolve into […]

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“Z” ambrotypes by Rowan Renee

August 20 – September 20, 2018 Artist Talk: September 20, 11:30am – 12:30pm ALL ARE WELCOME! Z is a collection of nude ambrotype portraits working with transgender, cisgender, and a spectrum of genderqueer and gender non-conforming individuals. Through Z, I aim to deconstruct conventions of the nude body towards more diverse representations. The title of […]

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“Easton Nights” photography by Peter Ydeen

August 20 – September 25, 2018 Artist Talk/Reception: September 25, 11:30am – 12:30pm ALL ARE WELCOME This piece, “I Want a Yellow House with a White Picket Fence” reflects on the American dream. This environment creates a type of mystical realism, similar to the environment pictured in the pieces by Charles Burchfield. Burchfield painted many […]

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“Somnambulant” mixed media installation by Samantha Parker Salazar

Artist Statement The fringe of consciousness contains countless moments of affirmation that our reality may be effectively reduced to universal shapes and forms. Such forms can be expressed through the intimate marks excavated from recklessly smeared surfaces. The edge of my scalpel blade regards each happenstance smudge and line, heightening the importance of seemingly less […]

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Junior Art Majors’ Exhibition

O L I V I A   H E I S T E R K A M P __________________________________________________________________ Olivia’s artwork is a series of miniature acrylic paintings and a second series of pencil and charcoal drawings. She completed her artwork in two separate classes, Painting I and II, both instructed by Professor Dennis McNally. She […]

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Senior Art Majors’ Thesis Exhibition

E L I A N A   A C T O R – E N G E L __________________________________________________________ This collection of hand-built sculpture and pottery is an exhibition of vulnerability and complex hope. Personally, I have always been able to rationalize and cope with pain through the artistic process, in particular via its facets of […]

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