Art gallery features student work

Wake Forest University’s Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery will close the season with its annual Wake Forest Student Art Exhibition through May 21.

One hundred twenty-eight pieces were submitted. Studio art faculty and gallery staff selected 66 pieces for the show.

The exhibition includes works in various media including, painting, drawing, printmaking, video, photography, sculpture and other mediums that bridge or combine these approaches.

“Each year the student exhibition is the highlight of Hanes Gallery’s season,” said Paul Bright, assistant director of the gallery. “The exhibition gives a good overview of what is being created in the studios at all levels.”

"Clips," a 2011 piece by sophomore Brian Spadafora

"Dance," a 2012 piece in wood, by senior studio art major Danielle Roman

Katherine Miller, a studio art major from Leland, Mich., explores the concept of yo-yos in the Wake Forest senior honors exhibition in the Mezzanine Gallery.

A piece by Katherine Miller exploring the concept of yo-yos

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