Frostburg State University seniors Douglas Barry, Bryan Martin, Rachel Moorin and Shala Warnick will have their work featured at the “Between Dreams” senior exhibition at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 26, at Frostburg State University’s Stephanie Ann Roper Gallery. The exhibition will remain on view through May 7. The senior exhibition is the capstone class for the art and design degree at FSU.
Barry is graduating this May with a bachelor of fine arts degree. He will also graduate with a Maryland Teaching Certificate for Art for levels K-12. Barry enjoys painting and printmaking, but mainly works in clay. His work is influenced by Appalachian Folk pottery. His forms are functional, yet highly decorative. Barry’s aesthetic incorporates surface texture with a variety of earth-tone glazes. He also won this year’s Art Departmental Honors.
Martin will graduate with a bachelor of fine arts degree and an art history minor. He is exhibiting interdisciplinary work, focusing in photographic collage. The large-scale imagery borders on surrealism incorporating obsolete electronics as symbol.
Moorin is a graduating senior who will be entering FSU’s master of arts in teaching graduate program. The intent of her artwork is to bring attention to nature by pushing the boundaries of interior design.
Warnick will graduate this May with a bachelor of fine arts degree in art and design, with a concentration in painting and a minor in art history. Her work is influenced by her interest in beach life. Her paintings have bright color palettes and include images of both figures and nature. Warnick also plans to pursue a career in interior design.
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 the FSU Department of Visual Arts at 301-687-4797.
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