Photos by Mervyn John.
The Brent and Jean Wadsworth Family Gallery opened a new art exhibit on Nov. 6 displayed by Lewis' Department of Art. The gallery features several current faculty members art, such as Kristin Callahan, Leslie Colonna and Mark Swain, as well as work from retired professor Paul Mitchell. All four artists came to the gallery talk on Nov. 9 from 7 to 9 p.m. where the artists talked about their pieces of work and their inspiration.
All four artists work with different formats of artwork including installation art, oil paintings and clay sculptures.
Both Colonna and Swain have had their artwork displayed together in the Wadsworth Family Gallery in May 2013, in addition to having their artwork exhibited nationally. All of Colonna’s artwork focuses on the conceptual study of the human condition of the world, while Mitchell’s artwork focuses on climate change and endangered animals. These four artists' work will continue to be displayed in the Wadsworth Family Gallery until Nov. 30.
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