Mount Union Student Artists Showcased in Crandall Art Gallery
March 9, 2005
The works of more than 20 Mount Union College students will be on display during the Annual Student Art Show in Crandall Art Gallery March 15-31.
The students, representing a number of major fields of study, designed the pieces displayed in the exhibit, which include drawings, paintings, prints and sculptures. The student artists include Sarah Mason, a senior art major from North Olmsted; Amy Surak, a sophomore art major from Strongsville; Cara McEldowney, a sophomore art major from Salem; Cache Fross, a senior art and Spanish major from Dover; Sarah Loudon, a sophomore art major from Salem; Anita Knippenberg, a sophomore art major from Kent; Kate Kanaga, a junior art major from Mentor; Jeremy Velliquette, a sophomore art major from Fremont; Gina Thomas, a senior art major from Cleveland; David Rzeszotarski, a senior history and non-western studies major from Chesterland; Paul Moore, a senior art major from Kent; Daron Ford, a freshman art major from Alliance; Dustin Lato, a junior psychology major from Lisbon; John Nelson, a sophomore art major from Akron; Drew Timothy, a senior media computing major from Wooster; Leah Graham, a senior environmental biology major from Dover; Marie Krebsbach, a sophomore biology and'business administration major from Edmonds, Washington; Rachel Riley, a freshman media computing major from Lexington; Kathryn Seese, a senior psychology major from Paris; Kerry Wills, a senior art major from South Euclid; Andrea Fertgus, a freshman undeclared major from Canton; Amanda Ashley, a junior media computing major from Akron; and Megumi Kamioka, a junior art major from Osaka, Japan.
A reception will be held Saturday, March 19 from 4-6 p.m. in Crandall Art Gallery, in honor of the students and their accomplishments.
Crandall Art Gallery is located within Cope Music Hall, on the corner of Simpson Street and Union Avenue on Mount Union's campus. The Gallery is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 1-6 p.m.' All events are free and open to the public.