Using ceramics, glass and acrylics, undergraduate students show their best artwork at the annual juried exhibition at the Carroll Gallery. Although this exhibit closed on Friday (Jan. 27), more student art displays are ahead in the MFA thesis exhibitions starting on Feb. 9.
Margaret Spacapan's steel and glass creation is called Untitled, No. 2, 2011. It took the third-place Juror's Award in the Carroll Gallery show.
The first-place Juror's Award goes to Harriet Barratt for her acrylic on canvas work, CASS 163 RD.
Olivia Mahler-Haug chooses ceramics for her creative expression with Blossom Abstracted, 2011.
Exoskeleton II, 2011, by Keeley Peckham, is a stoneware creation with black underglaze and white slip.