This week around the Department of Art:

MONDAY – NOVEMBER 28, 2016 – ELIANE MEDINA – Senior exhibition – “Bodies of Work” – Gallery 231, opening reception 5PM
Eliane Medina has been working to create art pieces in ceramics, oil painting, and black and white photography over the past year to bring to light the imperfection of humans. She wants to use her art to instead celebrate the private, vulnerable moments everyone experiences daily. Medina states, “I find beauty in what society deems to be imperfect.  I have discovered that there are countless versions of what constitutes “beauty”. My work steps away from society’s conventions that are sold to us through marketing campaigns. I want my work to reveal the fact that we are all different, we are all odd, and in those ways we are all very much the same.”

FRIDAY – DECEMBER 2, 2016 – Open Figure Drawing Session – 6 – 8 PM
The Student Art Club is please to sponsor this open figure drawing session in the drawing studio. Randall Hall Rm. 219.

Continuing through December 4th - Joan Linder: Ordinary Objects: A Decade of Large Scale Drawing Sarah Spurgeon Gallery
Linder is the Department Chair and Associate Professor of Drawings at University of Buffalo, SUNY. Joan is best known for her labor-intensive drawings that transform mundane subjects into conceptually rich images. Life size representations of figures and objects explore themes such as the banality of mass produced domestic artifacts; the politics of war; sexual identity and power. Linder has exhibited throughout the US and in Brazil, Denmark, Germany, Israel, Japan and Korea.


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