“Piecing It Together” Offers A Look at Diverse Pieces of Artwork

Student artists came together to form a beautiful multi-medium display in the McDaniel College Honors Exhibition that was featured in Rice Gallery March 22 to April 1.

“The art work in the show is very diverse” observed junior Leslie Tanamore. The exhibit, aptly entitled “Piecing It Together,” displays work by honors studio art students in mediums that range from charcoal on paper to stitching to Photoshop.

“All of our work is nothing alike” confided senior Megan Magee, an artist in the display. “The concept [of pieces] makes up the honors group.”

“I think it’s good to showcase student art work frequently,” remarked junior Carrie Nolan about student art shows in Rice Gallery.

“I want to at least have some sort of job in studio practice; having a collection displayed and giving a gallery talk and just being exposed to that is helpful” said Magee. “It’s a line on a résumé.”

The next exhibit, the Kathryn E. Wentz Juried Undergraduate Exhibition, will be displayed from April 5 -15.



3 Comments on "“Piecing It Together” Offers A Look at Diverse Pieces of Artwork"

  1. Anonymous | April 7, 2011 at 6:04 pm |

    Where are pictures and art reviews?

  2. anonymous | April 7, 2011 at 6:30 pm |

    Pictures of artwork in the McDaniel Honors Art Exhibition album.

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