Monday, June 06, 2011

Stone Carving Exhibit in the Library

"Convolution," by Katie Avant. Photo by Mike Price

Please don't miss a remarkable display of student artwork from Professor Ted Metz’s May 2011 sculpture class, Stone Carving (Art 471/571.)

The twenty pieces on display are cut from Colorado alabaster, shaped, and polished into fascinating forms and textures. This work will be displayed in the library main floor foyer through June 30.

The following is a list of participating artists:

Katie Avant

Danielle Banner
"I Wish my Boyfriend were Here"
"Lost at Sea"

Kirsten A. Bowman

Melissa Brobston

Sommer Fortner

Joyce Garrison
"In the memory of my Parents"
"Together Forever Amen"

Parker Hunt

Joshua James
"Once a Mountain, Now the Sea"

Jason Jeffcoat

Hannah Ronan-Daniell
"Constant Shallowness Leads to Evil"

Alexander Schmidt

* These works are no longer on display.

Thanks to our library student assistants Hannah Ronan-Daniell and Mike Price. Hannah helped with the coordination of our exhibit and created the labels for these fine works. Mike took photos of the exhibit, which you may view on our Flickr.

Thanks to our Circulation Manager, Gloria Beasley, who headed coordination and publicity efforts for this exhibit.

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