The works of three Slippery Rock University art majors is being showcased through Dec. 8 as part of a senior capstone exhibition at the Martha Gault Art Gallery. Staging a capstone exhibition is a requirement for the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. The exhibitions are developed, curated and directed by the students. The current exhibition, which is the second of two, features "Diffidence" by Jessica Schrecengost from Munhall; "Heirloom" by Mikaela Skiljo from Sharon; and "dys . func . tion." by Alyssa Pauletich from West Pittsburg. Schrecengost's "Diffidence" features portraits of friends and relatives either revealing or not revealing intimate aspects of themselves. The works will be linoleum cut printmaking on paper and embellished with embroidery. Skiljo showcases seven chalk pastel drawings, each inspired by her grandmother's life. Pauletich is presenting four collections of ceramic trios. The Martha Gault Art Gallery, located inside The Maltby Center, is open Monday-Friday from noon-5 p.m.