Fine Arts Students to Present 'Genesis: Desire to Conceive Art' Graduation Exhibition April 25-29
Rohan is a studio art major with a specialization in graphic design from Hartford, South Dakota. Her work includes graphic design, printmaking and ceramics. She used Adobe Illustrator for her graphic design work, intaglio and -cut for her printmaking work, and hand-building for her ceramic work. Rohan’s include freelancing and then working at a graphic design firm in Sioux Falls.
Schweitzer is a studio art major with a specialization in graphic design from Sioux Falls. He used Adobe Illustrator and InDesign for his graphic design work, graphite and ink for his drawings, and oil and acrylic for his paintings. After graduation, Schweitzer plans to move to Minneapolis to pursue a career in graphic design.
Mount is a studio art major with a specialization in photography from Platte, South Dakota. Her work includes several different methods of photography and assemblage, and she primarily used the cyanotype method of printing. Mount’s plans after graduation are undecided.
Skillman is a studio art major with a specialization in painting from Sioux Falls. Her work includes paintings of objects and environments that typically go unnoticed. She used oil paint on repurposed wood and canvas. Skillman's plans after college include furthering her education to become a licensed art therapist.
Moodie is a studio art major with a specialization in sculpture from Kingsley, Iowa. In her work, Moodie used an assortment of materials including clays, woods and recycled materials to create animal forms in a variety of expressive activities. Her plans after graduation are undecided.
The exhibition is open to the public Monday, April 25 through Friday, April 29, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information about the exhibit, please contact Amy Fill, University Art Galleries director, at 605-658-3437 or Amy.Fill@usd.edu.
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