Forest City, Iowa – Twenty-one Waldorf College students will display their artwork, ranging from self-portraits to still life pieces, in the Waldorf Gallery from Friday, March 30 to April 10.
The Student Exhibit will feature works of art students from the fall and spring semester of the 2011-2012 academic year.
“Each student will exhibit a cluster of their work they did for their art classes,” said Kristi Carlson, associate professor of art and director of the art gallery at Waldorf College. The assignments included drawing or painting a variety of still life pieces and self-portraits, and putting together a design series. “I always like this show. It’s a lot of fun. And students get excited to see their work put up,” said Carlson.
This year Carlson had the opportunity to work with students, from different parts of the country, including Texas, Louisiana and California. She also worked with students with widely differing interests and majors, ranging from wrestling and wellness to choir, band and theatre.
The public is invited to hear the art students speak about their work at the opening reception at 7:30 p.m. on March 30 in the Waldorf Gallery.
The exhibition is free and open to the public.
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