Students showcase, take honors for 24th Annual Juried Art Exhibit
HUNTINGTON, Ind. Huntington University visual arts students showcased
the best of their work from the year and were recognized for it in the
24th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit. The show is on display until March 27 in the Robert E. Wilson Gallery on campus.
The show is a juried exhibit of works created by Huntington University visual art students during the academic year. It featured a variety of media on display including paintings, sculpture, ceramics, drawings, computer illustration and photography. The guest juror for the exhibit was Suzanne Dittenber, assistant professor of art at Taylor University.
The RichLyn Library Purchase Award is a piece chosen by the library to become part of its permanent collection. The Robert E. Wilson Purchase Award is chosen by the art faculty to become part of the gallery's permanent collection.
The students recognized and their pieces are:
Outstanding Achievement Awards:
2D Design: Courtney Lierman, a freshman graphic design major from Anderson, Ind., for "Shifting Patterns."
3D Design: Michaela Winger for "Boot Contour."
Drawing: Larkayla Mosley, a freshman graphic design major from Kendallville, Ind., for "Camel Macchiato."
Drawing: Michaela Winger for "Sissys."
Drawing: Elijah Robinson for "What Every Artist Needs."
Figure Drawing: Paul Monroe, a senior art education and English education major from Sumter, S.C., for "Entangled."
Painting: Anne Aroune, a junior art education major from Rochester, Ind., for "Abstract Night" and "New Life."
Painting: Cate Rinchak for "Istanbul, Turkey."
Graphic Design: Hannah Hochstetler for "Before Me and Behind Me."
Computer Illustration: Cate Rinchak for "Animal."
Digital Photography: Cate Rinchak for "Untitled."
Ceramics: Hilary Troxel, a junior art education major from Bluffton, Ind., for "Circle Bowl."
Sculpture: Paul Monroe for "Contemplation."
Sculpture: Trevor Bortz, a senior art education major from Clarks Mills, Pa., for "Dexter Leather Boat Shoe, Size 7."
The Wilson Gallery is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., before and after all Merillat Centre for the Arts performances and by appointment. The gallery is free and open to the public.