Georgia Southern Armstrong Campus art students present senior exhibition
Georgia Southern University’s Senior Art Exhibition, “Reflections,” featuring pieces by five senior artists, will run from March 11 to 22 at the Fine Arts Gallery on the Armstrong Campus in Savannah. A reception will be held on March 15 at 5:30 p.m., and admission is free and open to the public.
Senior artists Rose Wellington, Bethany Panhorst, June Ford, Pamela Reynolds and Brenna Mudge will exhibit works of art directly inspired by their experiences and based in knowledge and skills gained in the fine arts program.
“I connect material and thought through texture, color and reflective light to define personal stories,” mosaic artist Pam Reynolds said.
Visitors can expect to see a variety of mediums including mosaic, illustration, ceramics, printmaking, fabrics and painting.
“I am asking the viewer to reflect upon the visual story and perhaps see something in a new light,” Brenna Mudge said.
For more information, please visit the Fine Arts Gallery website.
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Tags: Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art, College of Arts and Humanities