Huber Art Center and Kauffman Gallery open new exhibits


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As the semester begins, new exhibits will continue to be put on display in the Huber Art Center.
This semester there are going to be exhibits from “Best of the Best; PA Art Educators,” an SU student art exhibit, and two senior exhibitions.

There will also be many student exhibits in the Brindle Gallery.

On Jan. 22, two exhibits opened. A student exhibit hosted by Jamie Pazzaglia opened in the Brindle Gallery. An exhibit also opened in the Kauffman Gallery.

This work is from students in one of Professor William Whiteley’s classes. Both exhibits’ artworks are Digital Fine Art Prints.

The work displayed in the Kauffman Gallery is done by the Digital Fine Art Printing. The exhibit is titled “Half and Half; Fine Art Digital Prints.” The work in the exhibit is half black and white prints and the other half is in color.

The artwork in this gallery is by Olusegun Adegboyega-Edun, Brianna Spayd, Ryan Palmer, Mercedes Healy, Tyler Graham, Pazzaglia, Heidi Brandt and Professor William Whiteley.
The prints displayed are all very different from one another.

They show extreme contrast in the black and white prints and the color prints have high saturation.
This makes them very interesting to look at because you know what the subject matter is in some of the prints, but you may not have seen the subject matter in the way it looks in the print.

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Photo by Photo courtesy of Jamie Pazzaglia / The Slate

Jamie Pazzaglia poses with two selections from her new photos in her exhibit “Lines.”

The student exhibit is by Pazzaglia. Pazzaglia is a senior art major with a concentration in graphic design.

The title of the exhibit is “Lines” and includes nine images. The images were taken while she was taking an independent study fall semester.

“I deal a lot with the concept of lines as it is one of the elements of design,” Pazzaglia said.
These images allow you to wonder what the images are by showing close ups of everyday subjects at views you normally would not look from.

The lines in the images help guide you through the colors and textures.

Both exhibits will be opened until Feb. 6. The Kauffman and Brindle Gallery hours are Monday- Thursday 9- 3 p.m., Wednesday 6:30- 8:30 p.m. and Friday 9- 1 p.m.


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