Samford Student Art Show Features Variety of Styles
Posted by Mary Wimberley on 2007-11-07
Samford University student art show is on view in the Samford Art Gallery through Nov. 30. Works in the annual show represent a variety of art styles and media.
Senior graphic design major Branden Lower and senior interior design major Lauren Landrum were named co-winners of the President's Award.
Lower won for his digital video, "Big Fish." Landrum's opaque watercolor, "Flowers," will hang in president Andrew Westmoreland's office during the spring semester.
Other students whose art was chosen for the show are: Lindsey Bullhoefer, Sarah Carter, Andrew Childers, Caitlin Fuller, Mike Heitche, Jen High, Joanna Holloway, Rodney Jones, Kimberly McDaniel, Jessika Mejia, Bob Miller, Morgan Montague, Ryan Posniak, Austin Richardson, Meredith Rogers, Isaiah Joel Same and Chesley Vague.
Gallery hours are weekdays 9 a.m.-4 p.m. For information, call (205) 726-2840.
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