seniors Taylor Berman, Hannah Carlos, Jaclyn Gese, Dan Risinger and Samantha
Soutor will present their art thesis exhibitions in Gallery 101 from Sept. 29-Oct. 7.
of New Richmond has a double major in broad area art education and a BFA in printmaking and painting. He will be displaying poster-size lithographs and
watercolor illustrations. Hannah Carlos of Bloomington, Minn., has a major in broad area art education. She is showing a collection of sculptural and
functional ceramic pieces. Jaclyn Gese
of Woodbury, Minn., is BFA candidate in graphic design with a secondary emphasis in drawing. Jaclyn is interested in the role of imagination during adulthood. She
creates her work by combining hand-drawn images with graphic design elements. Dan Risinger of Roseville, Minn., majors in broad area art education, broad area English education and a BFA in painting. He is exhibiting a series of paintings that revisit drawings he did in the fifth
grade. Samantha Soutor of Woodbury, Minn., is graduating in December with a major in psychology and a BFA in graphic design. Her work exposes her
dreams through graphic illustrations for a series of graphic t-shirts related
to an imagined loungewear company called Awaken.
An artist reception will be held on Friday, Oct. 3, from 5-8 p.m.,
in Gallery 101. Both the exhibit and opening event are free and open to the
public. Regular gallery hours are Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Sunday from 2-4 p.m. For more information, contact the Art Department