Senior Show Highlights Variety of Artwork
Eleven Alma College seniors are showcasing artwork that symbolizes
the efforts they have made in the art department for the past four
The annual Senior Art Show is on display in the Flora Kirsch Beck Gallery in the Clack Art Center of Alma College from Monday, March 16 to Saturday, April 18. Admission is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays.
A gallery reception takes place from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 28 in the gallery.
The following art and design students are showcasing their work:
• Kayla Bauer, a Bachelor of Arts candidate from Traverse City.
• Sharre Elliot, a Bachelor of Arts candidate with an emphasis on art and design and business administration from East Lansing.
• Earl Elowsky, a Bachelor of Fine Arts candidate and a Bachelor of Arts candidate for business administration from East Tawas. He is presenting sculptures and ceramics.
• Ashlee Ford, an art education major from White Lake. She is presenting work with two-dimensional mediums as well as life drawings.
• Sarah Garrity, a Bachelor of Fine Arts candidate from Traverse City. She is showing scientific illustrations that allow her to “take dissections and make them elegant.”
• David Haskell, a candidate for the Bachelor of Arts in art and design from Durham, CT.
• Rebecca Miller, a Bachelor of Fine Arts candidate from Sault St. Marie. She is featuring work in graphic design and illustration.
• Jo Mollhagen-Jaska, an art education major from Mattawan.
• Maria Quintana, a Bachelor of Arts candidate and business administration major from Detroit. She is featuring three-dimensional work inspired by her childhood.
• Amy Rockafellow, a Bachelor of Arts candidate and philosophy major from Manton.
• Stephanie VanSteenburg, a Bachelor of Fine Arts candidate from Davison. She is presenting work in illustration as well as renditions of the human figure.
Posted: Fri, March 20th, 2009 at 8:38AM