The Tusculum College Department of Visual Arts will be holding a Student Exhibition of charcoal and pastel drawings, oil paintings and aquatint and collagraph prints in the Allison Gallery at the Rankin House.
The exhibition will be held from Friday, March 27 until Tuesday, April 14.
The Rankin House, which houses the College’s gallery, is located off the 107-Cut-off behind the Three Blind Mice retail store across from the Tusculum Arch.
An opening reception will be held on Friday, March 27, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Gallery, refreshments will be provided. Students, faculty and staff, as well as interested community members are invited to this event.
According to Deborah Bryan, assistant professor of art at the College, visitors will see a selection of oil paintings in various styles on display. “Styles range from realistic to abstract,” she said.
Included in the display are aquatints, which are etchings that use the colorful chine colle process that includes thin colored papers in the process of printing from an etched copper plate, said Bryan. There will also be black and white drawings of a wide variety of subjects.
“These works represent the best of student work from drawing, painting and printmaking classes at Tusculum College for this year,” said Bryan.
For more information on the reception, student exhibition or the Tusculum College art program, contact Bryan at email@example.com.