Seniors in the Department of Art and Art History’s Art Studio Program are displaying their thesis work throughout the month of April in Zilkha Gallery. The exhibits are free and open to the public.
Gallery-goers examine Charlotte Pierce’s “Silence.”
Celina Bernstein created a series of paintings titled “Personal Conviction.”
Melissa Joskow (not pictured) created an exhibit titled “Behold.”
A gallery-goer enjoys “Behold.”
Xhonia Robinson presented “Embracing the Moment.”
Attendees admire Robinson’s painting.
Seamus Edson presented “A System for Graphic Play.”
Elena Mehlman created “Bottled Up,” a natural and holistic approach to psychological wellness that encourages self-acceptance.
Wesleyan President Michael Roth ’78 attended an artists’ reception on April 11.
David Machado presented “Illuminated: Oil Paintings.”
A gallery-goer examines Machado’s work.
Owen Christoph created a sculpture exhibit titled “Jamais Vu: A Flâneur’s Dream World”
Tess Iannarone created a series of paintings titled “Trespassing.”
Tess Iannarone, “Trespassing”
Virginia Johnson speaks to Professor Barry Chernoff about her work, “IMMERSIVE paintings.”
Will Richmond created “outside/in.” (Photos by Olivia Drake and Jonas Powell ’18)