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Seniors display work

On Feb. 27, Breanna Weber, Alhanna LaRose and Tarah Johnson, who are all senior graphic art majors, hosted the final Senior Art Exhibit this semester.
As part of the reception, each artist talked about her art and what pieces are their favorite.
Their work will be displayed in the Bradley Gallery until March 30.
“The art show was a great turnout,” said Johnson. “I didn’t expect that many people. I had tons of compliments on my pictures and my crayon melted sign. Also, as nerve racking as it was to read my artist statement to all those people, I’m glad I did. It was very personal and made me very emotional. But I wrote it from my heart and past experiences.”

Photos courtesy of Breanna Rae Weber and Amanda Smith

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