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Senior art students’ work on exhibit

April 3, 2013, 10:32 am
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NNU’s annual art studio exhibit will be held through April 19 showcasing the work of four graduating seniors. The exhibit is held in the Friesen Galleries. .

The exhibit features four female art majors with a wide range of talents. Caitlin Bauder’s paintings explore personal experiences and its effects on the psyche; Ellie Ferguson presents a digital installation focusing on dreams and the subconscious; Annie Lubiens exhibits an oil painting that explores the historical context of the Annunciation; and Autumn Tustin created a video installation that is a culmination of conversation in the wake of World War II.

For more information or questions about the exhibit, contact Annie Lubiens at ahuffer@nnu.edu.

Photo caption: Painting by senior art student Annie Lubiens


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