"Vanishing Point," an exhibition of artwork by a group of Frostburg State University senior graphic design students, will held Saturday, May 10 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Stephanie Ann Roper Gallery located in the Fine Arts Building.
Featuring art by Scott Cutter, Anthony Mundeno, Shannon Ogle, Laura Freshman, Rebecca Robinson, Josalyn Grier, Brenda Chin and Ann Sanchez, this Portfolio Night and reception is free and open to the public.
Cutter, a 1999 Beall High School graduate, will receive a BFA this May in art and design with a focus in graphic design. He uses simplistic design elements with complex imagery to produce printed and multimedia pieces.
Mundeno is a 1999 graduate of Beall High School and will graduate in December 2003 with a degree in art and design, with graphic design and photography as his focus areas. His graphic works are colorful, while his photography is black and white and deals with perspective and portraiture.
Ogle, a 1999 Allegany High School graduate, will receive her BFA this May in art and design with a concentration in graphic design, a secondary focus in photography and a minor in art history. Ranging from postcards and posters to a 50-page book and marquees, her portfolio features a rather simple, conservative style.
Freshman, a Catoctin High School graduate, will receive her BFA this May in art and design, focusing in graphic design, with a minor in art history. She uses strong images within her work. Her photographs have been displayed at several locations around the University.
Robinson is a 1999 graduate of Frederick High School. She will graduate in May with a degree in art and design, a minor in art history and a dual focus in graphic design and painting. Her graphic work is illustration-based and incorporates her drawing ability. Using vibrant, expressive colors, she paints everything from figures to landscapes.
Grier, a 1998 Forest Park Senior High School graduate, will receive a BFA this May in art and design with a concentration in graphic design, plus minors in art history and public relations. She incorporates basic design elements with a combination of typography. Each work expresses elements of narration and historical techniques.
Chin, a 1998 graduate from West Lake High School, will receive her BFA degree this May in art and design with a concentration in graphic design and a secondary focus in painting. She uses simple geometric shapes and lines to create Chinese-style paintings and combines ancient Chinese traditions with modern day technology in her graphic designs.
Sanchez, a 1998 graduate from West Lake High School, will receive a BFA degree in art and design in May with a dual focus in graphic design and painting and a minor in art history. Her personal style of elegance and simplicity relies on techniques that represent an advanced understanding of design elements and numerous computer programs.
For information, contact the Department of Visual Arts at (301) 687-4797.
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