BY ELLEN ROSSOW
The Roland Dille Center for the Arts gallery is hosting another BFA exhibit this week.
Including art students from various emphases, the gallery will feature a vast array of mediums and subject matter. The BFA exhibit is one of the final steps toward graduation for seniors, so it is an exciting time for those featured in the show.
Art education senior Amanda Olson will be featuring six works in the show, which is open now.
“Being an art education major, I have worked in all sorts of mediums,” she said. “I will be presenting one acrylic painting, and the rest will be different forms in printmaking (monotypes, screenprinting, copperplate etching, intaglio, etc.).”
Like many artists, Olson has a unique inspiration behind her work.
“My professor, Patrick Vincent, really got me going with a theme for my work this year, which I hadn’t done in the past,” she said. “All of my pieces are of pandas.”
The BFA exhibit will be available for viewing until April 24. The reception for this exhibit will be at 4 p.m. this Thursday outside of the gallery. Refreshments will be served and there will be an opportunity for attendees to speak with some of the artists.