The Student Union Building Fine Arts program presents two new exhibitions: Calling from a Summer, featuring the paintings of JanyRae Seda, and Effervescence, featuring the fiber and metal arts of Deanna Scherrer. Receptions celebrating the opening of both exhibitions will be on April 18th, from 4:30—6:30 PM in the Fine Arts Gallery and the Trueblood Gallery. Both receptions are free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
Calling from a Summer, by JanyRae Seda, April 17 – May 28th, 2017, Student Union Fine Arts Gallery
Seda presents her considerations of the relational works of man, environment, and animal. This exhibition displays pieces that range in influences, from her summer studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, which she attended on a scholarship, to her ongoing discoveries of the oil medium. Seda’s paintings are shown throughout the West.
Effervescence, by Deanna Scherrer, April 17 – May 28th, 2017, Trueblood Gallery
Scherrer explores the means of “effervescence,” the quality of bubbled liquid, being achieved through adornment of metal, marbled prints, and other embellishments. These ideas are rooted in power, interaction, nature, form, and, most recently, color. Her works aims to encouraged viewers to look, question, internalize and relate to those ideas through alternative materials to liquid.