I don’t know what excites me more, the fact that there is an exhibit up on campus to go check out, or that this show is an MFA exhibition featuring graphic designers and illustrators!
The opening reception for this show was actually this past Saturday, July 16th, but these pieces were on display at the Mahady Gallery in the Visual Arts Shield Center through Jul 21, 2016.
Graphic Designers: Kelsey Phillips, Leslie Ward, Victoria Wright
Illustrators: Meg Auchenbach, Brenda Bodily, Vince Bonavoglia, Christopher Phllips
In this exhibit, Brenda Bodily’s work contains a ton of detail which is refreshing, and Christopher S. Phillips’ work has a dark undertone to his works that creates a dark mood, which I am always a fan of. Each artist has their own style and theme which is apparent throughout their works of art, and totally different from the rest.
If you are in the area, be sure to check this show out, for it is sure to catch your interest on all sorts of levels!
Featured image courtesy of Meg Auchenbach
For more information on this an other past or upcoming exhibitions at Marywood, check out the Marywood Galleries.
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