The public is invited to the opening of “Triune,” an exhibition by three senior student artists at Frostburg State University. The show features graphic designs by Megan Brenneman, paintings by Heather Ravenscroft and photographs by Sara A. Lattis. Each artist has also incorporated her two-dimensional media into three-dimensional pieces. “Triune” opens with a free public reception at 6 p.m., Friday, Nov. 16, at FSU’s Stephanie Ann Roper Gallery and remains on view through Nov. 21.
Brenneman creates graphic design pieces that address current social issues. She is influenced by her experiences working with poverty as a volunteer in such places as Guatemala. She also integrates her own photographs into some of her graphic design pieces, which gives them a personal significance. Brenneman will graduate in December 2007 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in art and design and a minor in art history.
Ravenscroft is originally from Hagerstown, Md. She will graduate in December 2007 with a B.F.A. with a focus in painting. Her work is influenced by her interest in science and her job experience as a cake decorator. Animals, candies, phylogenic charts and cells are some of the imagery used in her work.
Lattis uses her digital photographs to create narratives. She develops characters, often turning the camera on herself, to explore cultural ideals. She has also included photographs she has taken of theatrical performances featured at the University. Lattis will graduate in December of 2007 with a B.F.A. in art and design, with a focus in photography and a minor in art history.
The Stephanie Ann Roper Gallery has free admission and is open to the public Sunday through Wednesday from 1 to 4 p.m. For more information about the exhibition, please contact FSU Department of Visual Arts at (301) 687-4797.
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