The 10th Juried Fine Arts Student Exhibition opened April 9, with 40 students displaying their work. The exhibited works were selected out of 120 submissions.
This year, two alumni were invited to be the jurors. Amanda McGowan (’07 sociology) and Ashley Capachione (’07 fine arts) brought a fresh perspective to the process, according to Jessica Pappathan, assistant curator of the Chapel Art Center.
“They both worked in the center as students, and both now work in the art field. Ashley is finding her voice as an artist and Amanda works at a gallery that sells art, so they have different motives in the field. But they worked together really well and did a great job.”
McGowan works at McGowan (no relation) Fine Art in Concord, and Capachione works at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston.
The exhibit includes paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, and mixed media. The closing date is Saturday, May 1.
Juried Exhibition Awards
Catherine Carroll ’12, “Moshed Up,” ink jet print/Photoshop
RhondaLeigh Dauphinais, ’10, “Eggs,” charcoal on paper
Alexandra Noe, ’12, “Elegance,” gelatin silver print
Daniel Bohenek,’10, “To Wash the Disciples’ Feet,” clay and glaze
Jennifer Ryan Jarosz ’11, “Hit the Fan (triptych),” acrylic on board
Drawn From Life Award:
Jeffrey Donnis ’12, “Movement Study (Gesture),” vine charcoal on paper
Jas Numanović ’13, “Actress” (after Pierre-Auguste Renoir), oil on panel
RhondaLeigh Dauphinais ’10, “Saint Anselm: A Study in Mixed Processes,” acrylic on paper
Will Suglia ’11, “Still Life with Tea Pot,” silverpoint, pen and ink, pastels on blue prepared paper