“The works are amazing, and the students’ presentation and treatment of the space stellar,” Atwell says. “Kelvin Burzon’s Seven Deadly Sins series alone is worth the trip, as are the works of each of the other artists.”
The exhibit is located in the Eric Dean Gallery in the College’s Fine Arts Center and is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Friday and Saturday. See a photo album from the show here, and read more about it here.
Evan Bayless is presenting “Bottles” and “Aryballo,” a series of “vessels that have similar bodies but were given individual identities in the treatment of their necks, textures, and stoppers.” See a photo album of Bayless at work here.
Yangan “Paul” Liu, one of two senior Commencement speakers you’ll hear from on Sunday, has painted a reflection on play and his Chinese childhood which covers entire wall of the gallery.
Kelvin Burzon’s “Seven Deadly Sins” was inspired by old daguerreotype death portraits, and Matt Levendoski finds inspiration in philosophy for his sculpture and mixed media works.
Brandon Doebler’s photography exhibit is titled “Reflection,” and Ben Muensterman is presenting his artwork with a mind’s eye toward his hometown, Evansville.
“With subject matter as varied as photographic reflections, Chinese childhood, serotiny, ceramic elegance, the seven deadly sins, and fanciful architecture, the exhibition is a rewarding experience for both artists and viewers,” says Professor of Art Doug Calisch.
And you have just two more days to experience it for yourself.