SRU art majors to make ‘impressions’ at Butler Art Center
"Champagne City," a 24 inch by 36 inch digital media piece by Amanda Demmler, a senior from Industry, will be part of the “im·pres·sions” exhibit at Butler Art Center, April 12-17.
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. - The Butler Art Center will host "im·pres·sions," an exhibition featuring the work of 20 Slippery Rock University art majors. The show will be on exhibit April 12-17 with an opening reception from 6-8 p.m., April 12 at the BAC, 344 South Main Street, Butler. The event is free and open to the public.
"Each piece featured in the exhibit will offer a peek into the life and mind of the artist who created it, as well as giving the viewer a chance to create their own interpretation," said Heather Hertel, SRU associate professor of art.
The show offers works in both two and three dimensional aspects and in a variety of media, including: printmaking, fibers, ceramics, photography, digital, painting, metals and drawing.
Student artists taking part in the exhibit include:
- Angela DeLuca, a junior from Cranberry Township;
- Amanda Demmler, a senior from Industry;
- Jessica Durban, a senior from Slippery Rock;
- Joshua Ebel, a graduate student from Grove City;
- Alyssa Edinger, a junior from Harrisville;
- Kaci Flora, a senior from Slippery Rock;
- Caitlin Guillot, a junior from Irwin;
- Brianna Hannon, a junior from Du Bois;
- Megan Hulings, a senior from Fairview;
- Lindsey Knaby, a senior from Grove City;
- Kasey Kurpakus, a senior from Sarver;
- Erin Pandolfino, a senior from York;
- Lindsey Pauline, a senior from Ridgway;
- Michael Putorti, a junior from Slippery Rock;
- Mikia Reid, a senior from Pittsburgh;
- Jessica Schrecengost, a senior from Munhall;
- Mikaela Skiljo, a senior from Sharon;
- Nicolette Wakefield, a senior from East McKeesport;
- Tyra Welsh, a junior from New Castle; and
- Justine Zimmerman, a senior from Johnstown
MEDIA CONTACT: Robb King | 724.738.2199 | email@example.com