Drawings, prints, paintings, ceramics and sculpture by Tusculum College students will be featured in an exhibition during the month of October in the Allison Gallery on campus.
The exhibit will open on Oct. 1 and be on display from noon to 4 p.m. on weekdays throughout the remainder of the month in the Allison Gallery. The gallery is located in the Rankin House between the President’s House and the Tusculum Eatery on Erwin Highway across from main part of campus.
The opening reception will be 3:30 - 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 4. The reception is also part of the special activities on campus to celebrate the inauguration of Dr. Nancy B. Moody, the 27th president of the College.
Tusculum has more than 35 students majoring in art and design, and the exhibit will provide an opportunity for the community to see the quality of work completed by the students during their courses.
On display will be works completed by students during the past academic year in a variety of classes, including Drawing I and II, Painting II, Printmaking I and II, Ceramics I and II, Sculpture I and II and Basic Design.
The drawings include charcoal, pastel and mixed media on paper or drafting film. Prints to be displayed are linocuts, wood engravings and etchings. The paintings are oil on canvas.
The sculptures in the exhibit will include metal sculptures displayed on the front lawn of the Rankin House as well as smaller wooden sculptures to be on exhibit inside the gallery. A variety of ceramics by the students will also be on display.
Below are some examples of the artworks to be on display, which includes works by Ashton Hardeman, Cindy Barrett, Danielle Armstrong and Tylan Adams.