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Friesen Galleries hosts studio art exhibition

April 4, 2013, 5:11 pm
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Northwest Nazarene University is holding its annual studio art exhibition April 8-19 showcasing the work of four graduating seniors. The exhibition is held in the Friesen Galleries on the second floor of NNU’s Brandt Center, 707 Fern St. in Nampa.

The exhibition features four female art majors with a wide range of talents. Caitlin Bauder explores personal experiences and the effects it has on the psyche in her paintings; Ellie Ferguson presents a digital installation focusing on dreams and the subconscious; Annie Lubiens exhibits an oil painting exploring the historical context of the Annunciation; and, Autumn Tustin has created a video installation which is a culmination of conversation in the wake of WWII.

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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