2017 Senior Seminar Exhibition
McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries
University of Southern Indiana
The 2017 Senior Seminar Exhibition is on display November 8 – December 10 in the Kenneth P. McCutchan Art Center/Palmina F. and Stephen S. Pace Galleries at the University of Southern Indiana. The exhibit features art and design work by 44 senior art majors and is the culmination of their artistic achievements at USI. The exhibit is an important aspect of Art 493 and 494, the capstone seminar courses for all USI art majors. The participating artists are: Peyton Ahrens, Megan Badger, Laicee Blackwell, Angela Bohan, Katie Carlisle, SueCulley, Lonna Dippel, Evelyn Freudenberg, Cally Jo Klausing, Danielle Lents, Katelyn Ryder, Austin Ahrens, Kimberly Amick, Wesley Buehler, Haley Carreon, Theanoe Christos, Samuel Couturiaux, Kristen Huff, Madeline Kramer, Shelby Beavin , Kourtney Caldwell, Jacob Kalb, Keegan Kern, Shelby Moring, Alexander Newton, John Pritchett, Jacob Smith, Kyle Stallings, Bethany Swartzentruber, Emily Wade, Lydia Wheatley, Livia Alexander, Natasha Awbrey, Monique Belmedioni, Justin Cecil, Tylar Dean, Ryan McKain, Steven Miller, Callie Poehlein, Haley Rheinlander, Levi Schulz, Mikala Sisson, Christian Smith and Katy Whitehouse.
There will be a free public reception for the student artists on Sunday, November 12, 2 – 4 pm at the McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries. Light refreshments will be served. The public is cordially invited to attend.
Questioning Desire, wood assemblage, Ryan McKain, 2016
Bud Vase, Angela Bohan, pit-fired stoneware and earthenware, 2017
Evolution of a Goat’s Death, Livia Alexander, mixed media, 2017
Lumberjack World Championship, digital print, Lydia Wheatley, 2017
I Am Not My Flag, Natasha Awbrey, digital photograph, 2017
Portrait of Chicken with Woman, Justin Cecil, oil on canvas 2016
Stop Calling Me Beautiful, Callie Poehlein, Pleixglas, oil paint, walnut, 2017
Walnut table, Christian Smith, walnut, cherry, oak, 2015
The American Mustang, Shelby Beavin, digital print, 2017
Cat Lady, digital illustration, Samuel Couturiaux, 2015