Gallery hosts senior art exhibition
February 12, 2001
Lewis & Clark College is hosting its Senior Art Exhibition in the Gallery of Contemporary Art.
The exhibition includes the works of 26 senior art students who are displaying their ceramics, sculpture, painting, drawing, photography and computer graphics.
“It is a tremendous privilege for students to have access to a public gallery for an exhibition of their work,” said Linda Tesner, director of the gallery. “The final exhibition provides students with the opportunity to view their own work in a professional context, and the curatorial process is a valuable experience for a young artist. This year’s exhibition includes a number of strong pieces.”
Participating art students are Rae Albert of Lone Tree, Colo.; Julie Beckett of Arlington, Texas; Chad Cordell of Charleston, W. Va.; Jennifer Cranfill of McKinleyville, Calif.; Katherine Louise Dyke of Portland; Megan Garrett of Arcadia, Calif.; Lindsay Gilbert of New York, N.Y.; Paul Grosfield of Great Falls, Mont.; Jason Hoisington of Kamuela, Hawaii; Evan Holt of Idyllwild, Calif.; Rachel Jones of Vancouver, British Columbia; Kristia Larrabee of Portland; Ellie Lochridge of Austin, Texas; Aubrey Lyon of Mukilteo, Wash.; Alexandra Labry Meyn of Cincinnati, Ohio; Heather Michelson of Santa Monica, Calif Matthew Nerdin of Portland; Cara Palestine of Santa Fe, N.M.; Michael Pifke of Sausalito, Calif.; Maya Procel of Tucson, Ariz.; Robin Schaefer of Denver, Colo.; Morgan Specht of Brownsville, Md.; Justine Chase Taylor of Bainbridge Island, Wash.; Chrystal Vang of Kapaa, Hawaii; Elinor Rose Wooderson of Portland; and Lara Yanovsky of Shorewood, Wis.
The exhibition will be on display through Sunday, May 6. The gallery is open Tuesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Thursday evenings, 7 to 9 p.m.