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BFA Exhibitions

We'd like to congratulate our 14 BFA seniors for successfully completing the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Visual Arts. Their artwork will be on display in Fall 2020 season at the Lee Gallery. Exhibition dates, artist talks and receptions for the Gallery will be announced when the University reopens. Please stay tuned for future announcements regarding this exhibit. 

2020 SPRING BFA EXHIBIT CATALOG

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A full description of the BFA senior artwork and student biographies can be viewed by clicking on the catalog image above. 

Artwork can be viewed below. Right click to make the image larger or access the flickr album where you can view all artwork images and increase the size of them. 

2020 SPRING BFA EXHIBIT - MEET THE ARTISTS

alewine joseph headshot alewine joseph wolfe The Batcave  A black and white graphite drawing of a bat in the foreground exiting a rock cave. The bat is on the left side of the drawing and is flying into dark space. The cave is on the right and the perspective leads back into darkness. “Single Use”   A color drawing of a turtle floating in the sea surrounded by white jellyfish like forms that are actually floating plastic bags. The turtle is centrally located in the image with a sandy ocean floor below and a blue horizon of water above. “Blinded by Corruption”   A graphite drawing of blindfolded man from the chest up, facing forward and wearing a dark suit with a white shirt. The hair is drawn using thin repeating lines moving left to right and his face is stippled and appears gray.  “Red Cockaded Wood Pecker”   A black and white woodcut of a woodpecker in profile, facing left and clinging to the side of a tree.  The woodpecker is drawn using short hash marks defining the darker areas of the bird. The positive and negative space of the image is equally balanced.

JOSEPH ALEWINE - Meet BFA Senior in drawing, Joe Alewine. He enjoys using several different media to create art. His recent work focuses on the effects of human development on both society and nature. Alewine explores how political figures turn a “blind eye” to major problems in society for the sake of greed. In his artwork, he also highlights environmental concerns specific to endangered animals that are native to North and South Carolina. Alewine plans to gain teaching experience while attending graduate school and furthering his studies in art.

A full color waist high headshot of the artist wearing a black shirt, gray hoodie smiling and holding a ceramic cup with two hands.  She stands in front of a turquoise painted concrete wall on a sunny day. “Line Jar series”   A group of seven round unfired ceramic forms with small randomly placed indentations in their form. The vases are lined up in a row and have a black line painted across each of their forms creating a continuous line. Each form has a small diameter foot and low center of gravity with the necks and lips flaring out at the top. Repetition in Shape” “Implied Square” “Circle Jars”   Three unfired ceramic vases sit on a canvas table. Each vase is comprised of two stacked round forms joined in the middle with a small foot at the bottom. Each form has an implied circle drawn on it using thin black lines.  The implied drawing is the  same size as each of the round forms. Ewer Set Five bulbous unfired ceramic ewers sit on a canvas table. Each ewer utilizes at least one bulbous form, spout, lid and handle. The first has one bulbus form, the second has two bulbus forms the third ewer is the smallest in scale and the fourth has three forms stacked vertically. The fifth has two forms of equal scale. The forms are decorated with black slip which accentuates the relationship between form to the  handles and spouts.

MARILYN BAUGHAN - Marilyn Baughan is a BFA Senior in ceramics who enjoys creating both functional and sculptural pieces. She is a CAAH Honors and Awards winner of the Bob Hunter Award in Undergraduate Fine Arts Studio. Her goal is to create moments of focus and stillness by incorporating the principles of design and psychological responses to numbers and shapes. Originally, a genetics major, Baughan discovered over time that her true passion was creating art. She found that ceramics relied heavily on chemistry. Pursuing a visual arts degree in ceramics allowed for an ideal combination of her two greatest interests, art and science.

A full color shoulder high headshot of the artist wearing a purple shirt, maroon glasses, turquoise and gold neckless and smiling at the camera. The background is modeled yellow gray. Five bulbous unfired ceramic ewers sit on a canvas table. Each ewer utilizes at least one bulbous form, spout, lid and handle. The first has one bulbus form, the second has two bulbus forms the third ewer is the smallest in scale and the fourth has three forms stacked vertically. The fifth has two forms of equal scale. The forms are decorated with black slip which accentuates the relationship between form to the  handles and spouts. “Strength”  An acrylic painting of bridge structures being taken over by green flora.  The foreground is leafy plants, middle ground is the bridge structure and the background has receding bridge arches leading back. A column on the right seems near collapse in regards to its angle.  “Repression”    A watercolor painting of a burning house on the left with a complex shadow leading towards the center of the composition. The shadow intersects with a river which starts at the top of the painting and cascades down to the lower right. A burning forest meets the horizon at the top quarter of the image with the full moon in the upper left corner. Morality”   An acrylic painting of a landscape comprised of a frame of maroon, purple and blue crystals and shards in the foreground. The background is a mountain range with an arching light made up of purples and maroons. Two beams of bright light and a small arm reach down from the clouds. “Entity”   An acrylic painting of a bright, molten like pool of reds, yellows and blacks dead gray in the foreground with purple and gray trees dotting the background. Two small dark boulders are in the lower right and left corners.

CARRIE BULL - Carrie Bull is a BFA Senior in drawing who specializes in watercolor. She incorporated courses in animation and computer programming into her visual arts studies as well. Bull was the winner of the Dean’s Choice Award for the juried NextUp Invitational III and served as the President of the Fine Arts Student Association (FASA). Her work focuses on the concept of growth and comparing human development with growth found in nature. A large source of inspiration in her works stem from her interest in human psychology. She will often incorporate elements of mental health in her work.  

A full color shoulder high headshot of the artist wearing an orange and white plaid shirt and smiling at the camera.  The background is a tree with white blooms and a brick wall behind the tree.  “Walk”  A pastel and charcoal drawing of a young boy enthusiastically walking alongside a white robot down a dirt road in the foreground. They are walking through a country setting towards the viewer. The upper right side of the image shows a colorful cityscape in the distance and blue skies. “Watch”  A pastel and charcoal drawing of a young boy and white robot walking down a dirt and away from the viewer. In the foreground lower right three muscular, bearded and scowling men talk amongst themselves. Two of the men watch the boy and robot. “Attack”  A pastel and charcoal drawing of a young boy and white robot being attacked by three burley and gruff bearded men. One man coming out from the woods carries a club. The boy and robot are facing away from the viewer with their hands up in the air preparing for the attack. “Attack”  A pastel and charcoal drawing of a young boy and white robot being attacked by three burley and gruff bearded men. One man coming out from the woods carries a club. The boy and robot are facing away from the viewer with their hands up in the air preparing for the attack. “Attack”  A pastel and charcoal drawing of a young boy and white robot being attacked by three burley and gruff bearded men. One man coming out from the woods carries a club. The boy and robot are facing away from the viewer with their hands up in the air preparing for the attack.

SAM CRAIN - Sam Crain is a BFA Senior in drawing from Charleston, SC. His senior work explores the relationship between people and technology. Crain is highly inspired by his fascination of technology and science fiction. His current artwork is in reaction to the negative perception of digital technology’s pervasiveness in modern society. He is interested in increasing art that embraces the future and expresses the positive impact of technology. Crain also wishes to portray how negative attitudes towards current technologies harmfully affect people who embrace them. 

Full color shoulder high headshot of the artist wearing a collared maroon shirt with white stripes and smiling at the camera.  The background shows mid winter trees, a blue ski with light white clouds. “Sleeping with the Fishes”   An acrylic and ink drawing of a two-page spread showing a partially submerged four-story building with a large fish expelling smaller fish into the open door of the house.   Above the house is series of five wakes of water and in the last wake a rowboat, swimmer and two ores descend down to the house.  “Cristina Daura’s Doors”   An acrylic and colored pen drawing of a faceless head filling the image with corners of two buildings flanking both sides of the frame.  In place of the face is a circular drawing of brown stairs leading to a blue door in a yellow room. “As Good a Place as Any”  An acrylic and ink drawing of a circus. Three figures in the foreground ask “Ok, what do we wanna do first?” On the left is a yellow and turquoise Ferris wheel, in the background a “The Other Side”  A two-sided paper popup cut out face with exaggerated ears and blue circle painted over the eyes and forehead. In the blue circle sits a small popup paper bed with a figure si The Other Side of The Other Side Artwork   A two-sided paper popup cut out skeletal face with exaggerated ears and painted yellow with white stripes.  The eyes look left and are painted with large maroon squares in the socket area. The mouth is open and show teeth and a tongue with text that reads “its only temporary”. On the left forehead handwritten in black, white and read reads “Be Still”.

HANNAH DEEL - Hannah Deel is a CAAH Honor and Awards winner of the Bob Hunter Award in Undergraduate Fine Arts Studio. Deel is interested in exploring things that are mysterious and offer countless interpretations, especially when it comes to the subconscious mind. Her art is inspired by the imagery and symbolism in dreams. She is influenced by surrealism, children’s story book illustrations, cartoons and comic books. Ultimately, her goal is to become a storyboard artist for cartoons and a concept artist for video games. 

A black light lit portrait of the artist sitting cross legged on the floor with her head and hair over to the right and her hand on her head. She is wearing a white over the shoulder blouse, Capris jeans and is barefoot. See(scape)”   A chin colle photopolymer gravure collage print of around 50 black and white photographs of different human and animal eyes overlaid in a loose grid like pattern. The image transitions with an overlay of color from cobalt blue in the upper left to a magenta in the lower right.  “Tongue Flower”  A screen print collage of five abstracted hot magenta tongues cutouts organized in a circle so they create a star shape.  In the middle of the star is an orange cloud like field with dark orange small eye like shapes floating around. “Sabrina Evans”  A pink and sky-blue screen print of two headshots by women blended together in the middle of the image. The women are looking straight at the camera.  “Sabrina Evans”  A pink and sky-blue screen print of two headshots by women blended together in the middle of the image. The women are looking straight at the camera.  “Rico Nasty Portrait,   A monotype collage of a headshot of a woman with blue and white hair texture made up of repeating and disorganized circles. Three rectangular black bars cross the hair area at different angles.  The yellow background is textured with rectangular shapes in repeating horizontal  rows.

DANI ESPINOZA - Dani Espinoza is a BFA in Printmaking who enjoys making screen prints, photopolymer prints, and collaging works together. Espinoza uses loud colors as a means of capturing and holding the viewer’s attention. Her body of work features a series of portraits of popular musicians. These artworks stem from both her love of music and admiration of specific musicians that deeply influenced her work.

A full color chest high headshot of the artist wearing a collared blue and white shirt checkered shirt and smiling at the camera.  The background is out of focus of an interior space.  “Woven”   A hand built unfired ceramic cylindrical form textured with small circular indentions and other marks across the surface.  Grid like structures are applied to the surface in areas where wholes have been cut into the form. The lip has been decorated with white slip. “Restored”   A hand built unfired ceramic vase form whose bottom half has been cut out and then reassembled using white slip. The neck of the form has rhythmic carved ribbing running up the entire length of the neck form with the bottom of the form having deep figure or thumb impressions circling around the form. “Levels”   A hand built unfired ceramic vase with a central cylindrical form and two smaller cylindrical forms attached to the bottom on the left and right sides.  The form has been decorated with green, ochre and tan slips dripped from top and running down the form.  “Scars”  A hand built unfired ceramic cylinder form that has been cut down the center from the top to the bottom and stapled back together using metal wire.  The vase was painted with a tan slip and then carved back into the form with a loop tool. “Collapse”  A hand built unfired ceramic form referencing an abstracted figure. The form is comprised of slabs overlaid onto each other building the shape. The

DAVID GORDON - BFA Senior in Ceramics, David Gordon addresses universal experiences such as how coping with pain is an essential part of life. A person’s way of choosing to work through physical, mental, and emotional challenges impacts how one chooses to grow and better themselves as a result. Gordon creates a variety of cylindrical based vessels, which tear apart and break at different stages, to represent the scope of pain and challenges that accompany living through difficult experiences. Different types of markings on the surface of the vessels represent injuries or events over time, with some acting as scars and others like fresh wounds. The damage done to these vessels is both internal and external, reflecting differences in experiences and sources of pain.

ull color shoulder high headshot of the artist wearing a light blue collared shirt with a white tee-shirt, a black neckless with a cross and looking directly at the camera.  The minimal background is of living, green oak leaves. “Friendly Banshee”  A charcoal drawing on toned paper of a woman’s head and shoulders in profile with her chin resting on the palm of her hand. The face is defined by contour lines and cross hatching. The whites of the eyes have no texture and blends with a white shape that runs down the face suggesting a long tear. “Her Reality”  A watercolor and pen drawing on toned paper of a seated blue mermaid looking down at her lap with her turquoise blue hand reaching up to her shoulder.  A flesh colored arm comes on the left and grips her neck. Green ovoid shapes form waves of her hair and when smaller the l eg portion of the mermaid. “Ceridwen”  A charcoal drawing on black paper of a hand gripping a loose dark fabric and part of an unidentifiable human form. The hand is realistically rendered and begins at the top left corner and reaches down th “Crone”  An oil on canvas painting of a woman laying down on a crumpled purple blanket with her legs, bottoms of her feet and arms exposed. A sliver of her face including her forehead, eyebrow partial bridge of her nose and her eye are also revealed in the upper right corner of the drawing. “Flower-Face”  An oil on canvas painting of a woman lying face down on a dark blue surface with one leg folded to the shin of her other leg.  Her head is located at the lower left of the frame and her foot at the upper right of the frame.  Her hair, spine, leg and foot have a small spray of yellow or pink flowers.

CASSIDY MULLIGAN - Cassidy Mulligan is a BFA senior in drawing. She also completes a directed study in painting and is set to graduate with minors in English and Music. Mulligan enjoys working with charcoal, ink pen, watercolor, and oil paint in her work. She explores the ability of the figure to look both humanistic and other-worldly through the manipulation of color. Her senior show focuses on illustrating tales from Celtic Folklore, focusing on how the female figure is portrayed within them. Mulligan is interested in book illustration and creative writing. In the future, she hopes to work as a writer and illustrator.

Black and white chest high headshot of the artist wearing a black shirt with her head slightly turned towards a “Drabbit” creature perched on her right shoulder.  The background is out of focus leaves.  “Peek a Boo”   An oval oil canvas painting of an orange porta-potty situated between two large and dark trees with a background that is painted a light green. The top half of the painting is the dark canopy of the trees and the bottom eighth of the painting is of two dark mounds. “Hide and Seek”  An oil on canvas painting of curved gravel road trailing through a dark forest. The left and right side of the painting are composed of trees and the central portion of the painting is a bright spot of trees with blue skies in the distance “The Heart of Clemson”   An abstract oil painting on canvas of a centrally located orange building form surrounded. Above the building is a dark blue sky and below a field of green.  Of note is the use of downward brush marks to define all components of the image. “Satisfaction of Nobody”  An oil on canvas board painting depicting a gray cow skull hanging on a dark wood wall.  “Clemson Landscape”   An expressive oil on canvas painting of two orange porta-pottys sitting centrally located in the middle of the picture plane behind a thin wooden fence in and front of a dark background and underneath a royal blue sky.

TIFFANY OLIVER - BFA Senior, Tiffany Oliver came to study at Clemson University from Colorado. Oliver is 38 years old, making her a non-traditional college student. Her discipline has been in painting. However, she enjoys printmaking and photography as well. Paintings of the bright orange portable restrooms seen on the tree-filled campus a few times a year are examples of how she examines ordinary objects and places them within an artistic world. Her work references the historical painting eras of Pop Art, Romanticism, and Rococo.

Color photograph of shoulder high headshot of the artist smiling down at the camera. The artist is wearing a yellow ochre shirt with a gray sweater and the background is a bright blue sky. “The Goddess of Beauty (Standards)  Oil on canvas painting based on the “Birth of Venus” by Botticelli but only depict the head and shoulders. The face has four black x’s drawn above each eyebrow and above the x’s are arrows pointing up. Her cheeks have circles drawn with arrows pointing towards her ears. The backdrop is a blue sky. “Music in the Tuileries”  An oil on canvas painting based on a painting of the same name by Edouard Manet. Two figures in yellow dresses are seated in the lower right surrounded by a group of standing figures dressed in blue military coats and gray slacks. All the faces of the figures are cats. “Cat People”   An oil on canvas painting of the artist in profile holding a black cat in her lap. She is surrounded by seven cats painted in styles of famous artists. The cats include Salvador Dali’s mustached cat, Gustav Klimt gold cat, Gauguin’s orange tabby, Picasso, Basquiat and Warhol cats. “A Study of Life”  An oil painting based on a work titled work titled “Vanitas Still life with a Tulip, Skull and Hour Glass” by Philippe de Champaigne.  This dark work has a tulip on the left in a round glass bottle, a skull in the center smoking a lit cigarette and the hour glass is on the left with the  sands at the top of the glass. “Madonna and Child”   An oil on canvas painting based on a work titled “Madonna del Granduca” by Raphael. In this image the Madonna is a contemporary woman of color with baby Jesus is looking up at her with a scowl. M

HANNAH RIVERS - BFA Senior, Hannah Rivers is an oil painter who explores family, class, and gender issues. She does this by combining works of the past and collaging them to create commentary on present day issues. She is fascinated with the unique characteristics of art movements through history, drawing her main inspiration from post-impressionism and art nouveau. She uses a critical view of art history, combined with a blend of classical and contemporary visual work, to produce pieces that showcase her painting expertise. Rivers was the art editor for The Chronicle, a literary and arts magazine produced by Clemson University. She has had several works published as well as designed a recent cover of the magazine. 

A chest high color headshot of the artist smiling into the camera. She is wearing a gray dress with wooden buttons down the front.  A gray concrete wall is on her left with a brick sidewalk leading to several square brick columns are in the background. “Connected Balance”  A 3-d sculpture comprised of two small and white and black paper houses sitting on tall and thin stilts. A hanging wooden walk bridge connects the houses. The backdrop is a plain tan wall with the shadows of the houses projected onto the wall. “Social Fragility”  A 3-d sculpture utilizing linoleum prints, wood and moss to construct a tight group of 9 houses of varying size and design sitting on high wooden stilts. The houses are brown with white with all the doors facing the viewer. At the bottom of the stilts moss works its way half way up the forms. “Floating Islands”   A 3-d installation of flat, wooden islands of varying sizes dotting the inside corner of two walls. The shapes have photographs of houses perched on rock cliffs. Linear white cloths are draped in and around th “Crash Landing”   An archival inkjet print illustrating an upside-down house perched on the top of one of three evergreen trees which are drawn as flat gray and black silhouettes. In the background are two flat gray mountains and two linear pieces of the house foundation floating in space. Precarious Circumstances”  An inkjet print depicting a black and white illustration of a house on a small rock formation floating in space. Suspended an inch over the house is a frayed rope holding a large oval black rock. In the background flat gray shapes dot the sky representing clouds.

HOLLY RIZER - Holly Rizer is a CAAH Honor and Awards winner of the Department of Art Service Award. Rizers studio discipline is printmaking. She explores the concept of the ‘home’ as it relates to a false sense of security. Her work utilizes a variety of mediums as well as both two and three-dimensional takes on printmaking.

A chest high color headshot of the artist smiling into the camera. The artist is wearing a lavender strap dress. The artist is outside and the background is out of focus. “Lucky Shot”  A mixed media magenta tinted photograph of young people mingling in an outside courtyard.  A man in a black leather jacket on the left faces away from the camera and towards a woman lookin “Rosier, Daphne ID”  A mixed media reproduction of Daphne L. Popham’s student ID.  The ID text on the right reads “POPHAM DAPHNE L 250855484 CLEMSON UNIVERISTY Clemson, South Carolina 29631 Student VALIDATION MUST APPEAR ON THE REVERSE SIDE OF THIS CARD”. A headshot of a woman is in the upper left corner, “SIGNATURE” text with a signature is below. The image is printed on a purple bubble texture. “Malibu Daphne”  A headshot has been reproduced four times making a square of 4 headshots a blond woman wearing the same clothes with different colored backgrounds. The upper left and lower right background are pink with white dots. The upper right and lower left backgrounds are blue with white dots. “Because of Them”   A modeled photograph using black ink textured highlights of a man in water with his back to the viewer. A girl has her arm around his neck, a boy reaches the pair and second older girl entering the scene from the right touches the man’s back. The backdrop is blue water with a bubble texture. “Because of Them”   A modeled photograph using black ink textured highlights of a man in water with his back to the viewer. A girl has her arm around his neck, a boy reaches the pair and second older girl entering the scene from the right touches the man’s back. The backdrop is blue water with a bubble texture.

AISLINN ROSIER - BFA Senior, Aislinn Rosier showcases her work that explores understanding self-worth. Rosier collects discarded items and creates three-dimensional objects intending for viewers to interact with them, by either wearing the work or posing with it. Taking previously thrown away material and creating wearable pieces of art delves into her belief that we are all works of art in progress. Rosier also highlights her parents’ relationship through her work as a means of understanding relationships and how their influence has helped shape her own self-worth.

A waist high color headshot of the artist smiling into the camera with her chin resting in her right hand. The artist is wearing beige sweater and she is surrounded by green leaves.  “Are you Your Fears?”  A color headshot of woman with long blond hair, sitting in front of a lime green backdrop, stares directly at the camera holding two white flowers. Her eyes are underlined with dark green arrow shapes. “Are You Your Fears” text in gray ink is across the bottom. Overlaid in front of her is a thin white lined illustration of a twisting snake. “Are You Your Anxieties?”  Headshot of blond woman in profile in front of a lime yellow backdrop. She is centrally located and looking to the left. She is smiling, holding a yellow daisy and has two yellow ink marks on her cheek and chin.  Overlaid over the entire image is a white lined illustration of knotted rope. “Are You Your Anxieties?” text in yellow ink is written across the bottom. “Are You Your Legacy?”  An unseen individual covered in a white satin cloth sits holding a pair of black canvas sneakers held out to the right. “Are You Your Legacy?” text written in all caps and a light tan font is written across the bottom. “Fear & Loathing”  A color digital drawing of a black snake fully framed floating in space in the center of the picture plane.  The snake is encircled in a spray of flowers ranging from orange and white poppies, blue morning glories, orange Lilies and violets. The backdrop is a gradient brown “The Currents”  A color digital drawing of white snake fully framed floating in space in the center of the picture plane.  The snake is encircled in a spray of flowers ranging from red and white tulips, white snowballs, pink paeonies, blue morning glories and orange Lilies. The backdrop is a blue to brown gradient.

NICOLE STOUDEMIRE - BFA Senior student in photography, Nicole Stoudemire completed a directed study for digital drawing that explored the delicate balance between the positive and negative internal forces we all juggle, symbolized by snakes and flowers. Her senior show raises questions about identity and what makes a person who they are.

Color photograph of shoulder high headshot of the artist facing to the right wearing a collared white shirt, business vest and tie.  The background is a ceiling and upper part of three walls.  “Vanity Torso  A sculpture of a torso made out of insulating foam sealant and gold spray paint.  The torso is hanging on a brown wooden wall and centrally located in the picture plane.  “Lust Doll Painting (without blacklight)”  Oil on canvas painting of a doll positioned in the lower center part of the work with a dark backdrop of modeled reds, browns and blacks.  The body is facing left with her face looking right. Her face is wrapped with sunflower petals and the bottom of her feet have flames facing down.  “Lust Doll Painting (w blacklight)  Oil on canvas painting of a doll positioned in the lower center part of the work with a backdrop of modeled fuchsia, turquoise, yellow and peach colors. The body is facing left with her face looking right. Her face is wrapped with sunflower petals and the bottom of her feet have flames fa “Lust Doll Painting (without blacklight)”  Oil on canvas painting of a doll positioned in the lower center part of the work with a dark backdrop of modeled reds, browns and blacks.  The body is facing left with her face looking right. Her face is wrapped with sunflower petals and the bottom of her feet have flames facing down.  Lust Doll Painting #2 (with blacklight)  An oil on canvas painting of a shattered dolls head and torso centrally located in the image with daisy flower petals and doll parts floating around the picture plane. The backdrop is modeled purples, turquoise blues and fuchsia colors.

WALTER PATRICK - Walter Patrick is a BFA Senior in Sculpture. Patrick’s work reaches the depths of the inner self-submerging in the ideas of beauty and destruction. He uses a wide range of materials and techniques to convey his messages to the viewers. He looks to his future as being a conceptual sculpture artist as well as a professional special FX makeup design artist.

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2020 Spring BFA Exhibit

The Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibit showcases work by seniors in the studio disciplines of Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Photography and Sculpture. Artists in the first show include Hannah Deel, Dani Espinoza, Cassidy Mulligan, Tiffany Oliver, Walter Patrick, Aislinn Rosier, and Nicole Stoudemire. Artists in the second show include Joseph Alewine, Marilyn Baughan, Carrie Bull, Samuel Crain, David Gordon, Hannah Rivers, and Holly Rizer.


2019 Fall BFA Exhibit

The Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibit showcasing work by Laura Lemere and Hannah Rodgers. BFA Seniors are required to present their final creative research in a professional exhibition and deliver an oral presentation about their work to the general public.


2019 Spring BFA Exhibit

The Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibits showcases work by seniors in the studio disciplines of Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Photography and Sculpture. Artists include Katherine Comen, Addie Coward, Anna Davis, Nicole Embree, Hannah Horowitz, Geneva Hutchinson, Sophie-Earle McCraw, Samuel New, Mary Watson and Savannah Wood.


2018 Fall BFA Exhibit

The Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibits showcases work by seniors in the studio disciplines of Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Photography and Sculpture. Artists include Beth Ayers, Shelby Compton, Hannah Cupp, Taylor DeYoung, Jacob Lehmann, Connor Makris, Aimee McShane, Sydney Smith, Anna Sullivan and Peden Wright.


2018 Spring BFA Exhibit

The Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibits showcase works by seniors in the studio disciplines of Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Photography and Sculpture. BFA Senior Exhibit #1 - Take Shape features work by Mariana Aubad, Leah Brazell, Jacoby Fletcher, Hannah Gardner, Amanda Hazell, Kara Lerchenfeld, Cody Miller and Anna Rice. BFA Senior Exhibit #2 - Existence features work by Lainee Craft, Caroline Herring, Mary Jo May, Zoë Rogers, Michala Stewart, Heather Suttles and Samantha Trivinia. BFA Senior Exhibit #2 - Existence features work by Lainee Craft, Caroline Herring, Mary Jo May, Zoë Rogers, Michala Stewart, Heather Suttles and Samantha Trivinia.


2017 Fall BFA Exhibit

Artists explore how humans relate to themselves, experience the world, and examine their history. Two Cents is an exhibit of works by graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts students in the disciplines of drawing, painting and photography.Participating artists seek to gain perspicacity and spark conversations through their creative research in studio arts practice. Participating students include Willie Coleman, III, Megan Hueble, Rhomy Oehrig, Madison Osborne, Rachel Mangan and Alix Rokop.


2017 Spring BFA Exhibit

Artists explore how humans relate to themselves, experience the world, and examine their history. Two Cents is an exhibit of works by graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts students in the disciplines of drawing, painting and photography.Participating artists seek to gain perspicacity and spark conversations through their creative research in studio arts practice. Participating students include Willie Coleman, III, Megan Hueble, Rhomy Oehrig, Madison Osborne, Rachel Mangan and Alix Rokop.


2016 Fall BFA Exhibit

As artists, we look at the world and the time we live in with dissecting eyes. We question what is seen and explore the unseen. We seek to materialize our thoughts, feelings, experiences, and interactions with the intent of making commentary and sharing our human experience. In this exhibition we are making the intangible tangible. Participating artists include: Regan Carson, Hannah Cartee, Jennifer Clevenger, Johnny Murphy, Lorelei Sanders and Rebekah Warren.