Going out with a BANG!

 Art and Design Undergraduate Student Exhibition



This week Art and Design students in the Rueff School of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) hosted their yearly exhibition. This allows students to collaborate and showcase various projects and works of art they have compiled throughout the year thus far. Students, freshmen through seniors, are encouraged to enter works of art that have been created/ produced in classes within the VPA School.

I visited the gallery yesterday and was very pleased with not only the variety of the work, but the quality as well. A variety of media made for a an interesting show, such as: painting, drawing, industrial design, interior design, visual communication design, jewelry-making, printmaking, etc.

I want to share with you a few of the outstanding pieces I viewed in the gallery from the exhibition.


Eryn Horton
Pixelated Masters
Study “Girl with a Pearl Earring”
oil on wood
AD200, Victoria Stetler


Ben Stibal
Pod Coffee Table
Black walnut, felt, steel
AD535, Laura Drake


Zoe Lang
3D application, digital photography, glue, paint, plastic, water
AD431, Hyungjoo Kim



McKayla Barber
Kerf Chair
birch plywood, wood
AD235, Laura Drake



Scott See
Dendrology Artist Book
wood covered book, albumen prints
AD381, Lynn Lee



Sarah Gordon
Red Styles
lithograph and silkscreen
AD368, Liz Wierzbicki


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Yansi Wu
Recreate Assignment
digital print
AD___, Lynn Lee




You can visit Rueff Gallery M-F 10-5pm and Thursdays from 10-7pm.Comment below and share your thoughts on the exhibit. For other gallery information visit their page.

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