Frostburg State University students Cary Werner, Laurie Hall, Drew Castillo, Emily Friend and Justin Sleeman will be featured in the “Synergy” art exhibition in FSU’s Stephanie Ann Roper Gallery beginning with the opening reception on Nov. 12, at 7 p.m.
Werner is a photography major with a minor in art history. Her works are comprised of black and white documentary-style portraits that reflect the beauty of daily life. Hall is currently working with ceramics and will graduate with a K-12 teaching certificate with a minor in art history. Her work consists of mostly wheel-thrown pieces that are carved and altered. Castillo is a photography major with a minor in art history as well. His photos tend to focus on the complexities of the human body. Friend is a photography major with a concentration in sculpture. Her work seeks to draw attention to the beauty in ordinary objects that often goes unappreciated in our daily lives. Sleeman is a photography major. His work focuses on black and white landscapes with a central theme of moving water to show the passage of time and the paths that we travel in life.
This exhibition will run from Nov. 12 to Nov. 17. Gallery hours are Sunday through Wednesday from 1 to 4 p.m.
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