Abington exhibit highlights works by graduating art students

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The Penn State Abington senior art exhibit Perceptions, Connections and Impressions runs through April 22.

Credit: Zack Gething

ABINGTON, Pa. — Penn State Abington is hosting an exhibition of works by graduating students in studio art courses through April 22. The show is free and open to the public in the Woodland Art Gallery

“Perceptions, Connections and Impressions” showcases pieces students created during their final year at Abington. The capstone projects were developed by Erica Beyer, Zoe Brouse, Takiaya Durham, Kaitlyn Fabiani, Michael Hammond, and Alexa Pagan. 

View the art and learn more about the artists here.  

Daniel Oliva, lecturer in art, coordinates the exhibit, and H. John Thompson, associate teaching professor of art, manages the campus art gallery. 

"The art majors in the senior class worked collaboratively and with a strong sense of motivation to create a refreshingly light exhibition. I was impressed by their work ethic and positive collaboration and feel that anyone who visits the gallery can enjoy an exhibition full of color and creativity," Oliva said.

About Penn State Abington 

Penn State Abington provides an affordable, accessible and high-impact education resulting in the success of a diverse student body. It is committed to student success through innovative approaches to 21st-century public higher education within a world-class research university. With more than 3,000 students, Penn State Abington is a residential campus that offers baccalaureate degrees in 23 majors, undergraduate research, the Schreyer honors program, NCAA Division III athletics and more.