WAYNE – A faculty exhibit that displays diversity in media, inspiration and theme will be on hand throughout the month of October until November.
According to a release from Wayne State College, the Fall 2020 WSC Faculty Exhibit will open this Friday, October 2 at 3:30 p.m. The exhibit will last until November 5 in the Nordstrand Visual Arts Gallery in the Conn Library on the Wayne State campus.
The exhibit is free and open the public as mask wearing and social distancing is strongly encouraged.
Radial designs using watercolor, Prismacolor markers, pigment ink liners, collage, acrylic, and embroidery thread highlight artwork by Dr. Carolyn Albracht, Associate Professor of Art Education. Animal imagery and other natural elements serve as metaphors to explore human issues in the artwork of Francine Fox, Associate Professor of Painting. Her work employs painting, drawing, and digital techniques. Nebraska’s natural beauty is reflected in the oil painting of Adjunct Professor Mary Haas. The complex relationship between humans and nature spills into artwork by Sarah Lemmon, Associate Professor of Sculpture. Distressed buildings and defaced inner city walls inspire John Paul McCaughey, Assistant Professor of Print Media. Artwork by Leroy Von Glan, Adjunct Professor of Ceramics; and Natalie Endicott, Adjunct Professor of Photography will also be on display.
The gallery is open Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 3 to 7 p.m. It is closed Saturday. Shows end at noon on closing day. For more information on this exhibit or upcoming shows, visit www.wsc.edu/artgallery or contact Gallery Director Dr. Andy Haslit, Associate Professor of Art History at 402-375-7031.