Kruk’s Holiday Treat

With the end of the semes­ter just around the cor­ner, the Kruk Gallery’s last show of the year has been put up, fea­tur­ing both grad­u­ate and under­grad­u­ate work.

This show has a bit of every­thing, and that means mixed media: paint­ings, draw­ings, pho­tos, sculp­ture, ceram­ics, fibers, col­lage, and metal.  The sub­jects are as vast as the medi­ums, every­thing from flora, birds, peo­ple, dream­scapes, Hello Kitty, a chubby horse, and a human body with no head, arms, or legs.

A nice vari­ety of work,” one stu­dent complimented.

The exhibit is excel­lently laid out, pro­vid­ing enough space for walk­ing and for the work to stand out.  Along with the vari­ety, much of the work has a lot of phys­i­cal tex­ture that causes the visu­als to pop, and they include tree branches, play­ing cards, card­board, even flow­ers (not live ones).

It’s been a busy semes­ter and one can only sur­mise how much work was put into mak­ing these pieces, but from what’s on dis­play, it looks like the art stu­dents had a busy yet sat­is­fy­ing four months.  The show is up until Decem­ber 21, so come on by to see the work for yourselves.

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