Come out and experience The Marygrove Faculty Art Exhibit showing on the 4th floor of The Liberal Arts Building showing now until October 12. This wonderful setting is host to a variety of different art forms, from mixed media installations to charcoal and pencil drawings. The exhibition showcases some of the faculty’s artwork and gives student an insight of their professors’ abilities and skills.
There are only eight artists featured but the show yields an abundance of creativity and diversity. And some prominent pieces stand out such as Christine Hagedorn’s hanging installations made of hand-made paper, or Mary Lou Greene’s (Co-Chair Director of the Art Dept.) sculpture “Specter” which draws the immediate attention in the room.
Other artists featured are Rose DeSloover (Dean of the Division of Visual and Performing Arts) paintings and mixed media installations, David Vandegrift’s travel photography, and Tim Gralewski’s screen-prints, James Lutomski’s (Co-Chair Director of the Art Dept.) ceramic clay pieces, and Roumen Boudev’s paintings and drawings which are displayed throughout the gallery.
New photography professor, Robert Stewart, showcases his digital photography construction series that explores surrealism in a seamlessly composed picture.
Make sure to experience this year’s Faculty show! All photographs are by Naomi Tajonera.