Breanna Bravo, Courtney Chetister, Benji Collins, Abigail Dyer, Natalie Eaton, Erin Fei (Humphrey), Cora Freeman, Tess Hatton, Marcus Hill, Ryan Lopez, Tara Meeks, Emily Pawlica, Megan Prince, Mason Radcliffe, Katherine Raffa, Kelli Schooler, Samantha Van Heest
Jon McMillan, Ceramics; Carole Garmon, Sculpture; Rosemary Jesionowski, Photography and Printmaking; Jason Robinson, Digital Media; Chris Musina, Painting and Drawing
Each year, the Department of Art and Art History is pleased to present the thesis work of our graduating seniors in an exhibition. This Senior Exhibition represents the culmination of each student’s time at the University Mary Washington. Through ARTS 474: Professional Practices (Professor Carole Garmon) and ARTS475: Senior Thesis Seminar (Professor Rosemary Jesionowski), the students in the exhibition have honed their work and their artist statements to share with the public. Each student has also received mentoring from the specific Studio Art faculty member whose area of expertise is most appropriate. Traditionally, the exhibition is held in the foyer and halls of the University Center with a celebratory reception on Research and Creativity Day. This year, we present the exhibition online with a postponed physical exhibition to coincide with the fall commencement ceremony. Congratulations to our graduating seniors; they’ve truly done an outstanding job. Please find the online exhibition linked on the image below:
6 Replies to “UMW Studio Art Senior Exhibition”
Heartiest and biggest congratulations to each of you–Breanna, Courtney, Benji, Abigail, Natalie Erin, Cora, Tess, Marcus, Ryan, Tara, Emily, Megan, Mason, Katherine, Kelli, and Sammi! Marvelous work and a job well done. It’s great to see such a powerful and beautiful show at such as difficult time. Another great example of the power of art to bring us together in challenging times.
Congratulations, also, to the faculty mentors for each of these students, and to Profs. Garmon and Jesionowski for their work in the relevant classes.
One question for the student artists: what’s one instance of particular hope or humanity that you see in the work of one of the other senior artists?
Congratulations again to each and all!
Thank you Julia!
Congratulations seniors! This virtual exhibit was a great way to feature your beautiful, and important work.
Thank you Betsy!
What an extraordinary exhibit. So grateful to be able to see your work, albeit far from duPont!
Thank you Gregg!!
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