Starting the semester in color

The JSU Art Department saw the opening of the Professor’s Pic(k) art show in he Hammond Hall art gallery. Pieces featured in the show have been chosen by professors from JSU’s art department as good examples of art from the students.

The Professor’s Pic(k) art show had a large opening with concessions and artists standing beside their work to discuss it with viewers.

The art show features works from classes of all different varieties and levels. The classes exhibited range from photography to drawing to painting.

The works are labeled with the class, professor’s name and artist’s name. Some works also include descriptions on what they are displaying.

The art itself varies in subject matter, along with the medium and canvas used. Some of the backgrounds used are traditional canvas, paper, and even wood. The artists used mediums such as acrylic paint, graphite, charcoal and much more.

The gallery will be open to students as well as the general public until Thursday, January 29th. Visitors may stop by between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. If the gallery doors are locked see Department Secretary Jane Greene and she will unlock the doors for you.

The next art show is set to premier on Thursday, February 5th. It will be open from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. in Hammond Hall. This show will feature an unnamed visiting artist.

Katelyn Schneider

Staff Writer

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