Three senior art students at Sterling College are finishing the details of their senior show, “Rebellion,” which will open with a reception from 5-7 p.m. on Dec. 1. Brittney Lewis, Sean Winn and Chase Wolff will display their work, which includes painting, photography and mixed media pieces, in the Sterling College Art and Media Center gallery until Dec. 14.
“The work for our seniors this semester is really diverse. They have pushed through the semester to produce unique and interesting works, and they should be pleased with what they have created. I am excited to see these three artists approach their work from a fine-art perspective,” said Daniel Swartz, assistant professor of art and design.
Lewis of Salina will display digital photographs in her body of work “Lucid Pique.” Lewis said her series “is based on the Rorschach test. The artwork is purposefully not easily seen overall to create interest as well as confusion. The series was great to work with; it was a fun and innovative way to lead the audience to think differently.”
Lewis is an art and design: graphic design and photography major.
“Life House” consists of paintings by Winn of Corona, Calif. Winn said the large format oil and acrylic pieces represent “the struggle of being lost in life and seeking God to pave the way for what comes next in our future.”
Winn is an art and design: graphic design major.
Wolff’s work, “Captivity,” will showcase photography and mixed media. “We are held captive by the thing we cover up about ourselves,” said Wolff. Embodying the heart of his work, Wolff’s pieces explore a new application of the photographic medium for him.
Wolff of Augusta is majoring in art and design: graphic design and photography with a minor in business.