Georgia Southern Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art to host senior exhibition on Armstrong Campus
Fortune telling through painted ceramic plates, abstraction with fibers and mixed media, and an installation about deep emotions will highlight “Meraki,” a senior art show presented by the Georgia Southern University Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art. The show is free and will run from Nov. 9 through Dec. 4 at the Fine Arts Gallery on the Armstrong Campus.
“Meraki,” which is a modern Greek term that describes the experience of an artist putting a piece of their soul into their work, will feature the work of Sylvia Asmar, Christina Colon, Lann Le, Rena Roland and Kim Vann.
“Working together with a group of four other amazing artists can bring challenges when trying to find commonality within each other’s works,” Asmar said. “However, we can all agree that as artists each of us put a piece of our souls and love into what we create because that is what we were destined to do.”
For more information and gallery hours, visit cah.georgiasouthern.edu/art/outreach-events/fine-arts-gallery/.