Included in the exhibit are the following: In the standing case near the outdoor reading patio is an incredible selection of jewelry using a variety of techniques. Students are from the classes of Instructor, Chris Contos. Dana Cohn’s students are showing new works in oil and acrylic painting in their revolving show, and Ken Ottinger’s students are exhibiting works in a variety of media including oil, acrylic, pencil and charcoal. Cindy De Cecco’s students are presenting an astounding assortment of sculptures in metal, wire, clay and papier mache. Jim Ward’s drawing students have brought their pencil/charcoal landscape drawings for their assignment in marks-making.
In addition to the student art work, we have featured the work of Mr. William Barker, a graphic artist, who has put together a show of some of his graphics entitled “The Schwa Art Project” in the standing case by the library entrance.
This is also National Native American Month, and we have a display of some art and artifacts by Native Americans and a sample of our large collection of books, DVDs and CDs on various tribes and their arts.
This display is also on the stacks near the outdoor reading patio.