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Senior Art Majors - VAC AUDITORIUM

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Start Date

7-5-2022 2:00 PM

End Date

7-5-2022 2:50 PM

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VAC Auditorium

This panel is in conjunction with the Senior Art Majors Exhibition that will be on display in the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum in May. Each senior works in a chosen medium of concentration, and developed a body of work for their show. The media represented this year are painting, drawing, photography, and ceramics. The seniors worked with faculty in the Fall of 2021 to develop their studio practice and visual work, as well as research artist references and further refine their ideas. The senior exhibition is a significant step for Hollins art majors. It allows seniors to develop regular studio and professional practices. The panel presentation in the VAC Auditorium will also give other art students a chance to see each other’s work in person.

Victoria An'janique's artistic practice in alternative photographic processes and film photography focuses on experimentation and the visual experience.

Samantha Coy explores conflicting human emotions using pattern in her predominantly black and white marker drawings.

Abbey Hegwood's oil paintings focus on the figure and portraiture, and are impressionistically inspired explorations of the body at rest.

Ashley King's black and white photographs focus on the blurred and disjointed space between human memory and the present.

Sylvia Lane's work focuses on an exploration of intimacy, and her series combines her love of the figure and form via oil painting.

Jamie McLemore's ceramic sculptures investigate human struggle, weariness, stagnancy, and vanity.

Maddie Zanie uses oil painting of the still-life and interior portraits to contemplate ideas of control and surrealism.

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May 7th, 2:00 PM May 7th, 2:50 PM

Senior Art Majors - VAC AUDITORIUM

VAC Auditorium

VAC Auditorium

This panel is in conjunction with the Senior Art Majors Exhibition that will be on display in the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum in May. Each senior works in a chosen medium of concentration, and developed a body of work for their show. The media represented this year are painting, drawing, photography, and ceramics. The seniors worked with faculty in the Fall of 2021 to develop their studio practice and visual work, as well as research artist references and further refine their ideas. The senior exhibition is a significant step for Hollins art majors. It allows seniors to develop regular studio and professional practices. The panel presentation in the VAC Auditorium will also give other art students a chance to see each other’s work in person.

Victoria An'janique's artistic practice in alternative photographic processes and film photography focuses on experimentation and the visual experience.

Samantha Coy explores conflicting human emotions using pattern in her predominantly black and white marker drawings.

Abbey Hegwood's oil paintings focus on the figure and portraiture, and are impressionistically inspired explorations of the body at rest.

Ashley King's black and white photographs focus on the blurred and disjointed space between human memory and the present.

Sylvia Lane's work focuses on an exploration of intimacy, and her series combines her love of the figure and form via oil painting.

Jamie McLemore's ceramic sculptures investigate human struggle, weariness, stagnancy, and vanity.

Maddie Zanie uses oil painting of the still-life and interior portraits to contemplate ideas of control and surrealism.