BA students present work in gallery

Students completing their degrees with the BA: Liberal Arts major took over the University Gallery last week to show their work in their capstone classes.  The students whose art was featured were Olivia Brady (printmaking), Akari Kinjo (fibers/sculpture), Sabrina Lavezzi (printmaking), Hannah Nicks (ceramics), Morgan Price (ceramics), and Allyson Uhles (ceramics).  The reception to celebrate their exhibition was held on the Friday of their week in the gallery.  These pictures show some of the work and visitors enjoying the shows.

Kimono by Akari Kinjo.

Hannah Nicks’s plates on a painted wall made the ceramic work into an elaborate design of which they were only a part.

Allyson Uhles’s work extended from the pedestals to the floor with shells scattered across the floor itself.

Prints by Olivia Brady were bright and clever.

Olivia Brady finds a quiet spot to read Akari’s artist statement about her sculptural kimono forms made out of paper.

Sabrina Lavezzi’s prints were digitally manipulated photographs.