CU@SC: Cameron University Department of Art Annual Student Art Exhibition 2016 set for Simmons Center

The CU@SC series returns to the Simmons Center with the Cameron University Department of Art Annual Student Art Exhibition beginning on Thursday, February 11. The exhibition will open at 6 p.m. with a gallery talk at 6:30 p.m. and a reception for the artists at 7 p.m.

The exhibition will feature artworks in a variety of styles and media. Students participating in the exhibition include:

Cache: Jacob Baker

Duncan: Tyler Blanchfield, Kathryn Carroll, Kendall Diaz, Ryan Neal

Elgin: Laura Kessler

Gracemont: Margaret Hoff

Lawton/Fort Sill: Tiera Acree, Tiana Buckner, Meagan Cheesman, Luena Comas, Kyle Cooper, Kelly Coy, Lanetta Davis, Glory-Anna Dore, Sarah Enoch, Le’Shondre Higdon, Zachery Hudson, Brook Kohler, Sol Lee, Sarah McNair, Heather Miller, Lina Navarro, Sheila Niebauer, Victornia Orndorff, Sharolin Paulsen-Fletcher, Kathryn Pollard, Gwendolyn Price, Pamela Reid, Theresa Riemer, Timothy Rutledgbe, James Sing, Kristi Smith, Alexander Trevino, Cheryl Wolverton, Greta Worthington

Mesquite, Texas: Adriana Moreno

Oklahoma City: Brianna Barry

Sterling: Stacy Helms

Verden: Austin Patterson

Classical drawings created by students in the Drawing I and II classes executed in graphite, charcoal and pastel will be displayed as well as expressive and interpretive drawings from the Advanced Drawing and Figure Drawing classes. Oil paintings and watercolor paintings featuring both the academic and expressive approach to subject matter will be showcased. Original prints will include lithography, mono prints and etchings. Photography, digital imagery and a variety of graphic design projects are also included in the exhibition. Subject matter includes still‐life, landscape, the figure, portraiture and the self‐portrait. Approximately 75 works will be featured in this year’s exhibition. The exhibition will be on display through the end of February.

CU@SC is presented by the Cameron University School of Liberal Arts. For more information, call 580-581-5506.



February 5, 2016