Campus students earn art show honorsSeveral University of Wisconsin-Superior undergraduate and graduate art students took home honors March 31 in judging of the Student Honors Art Exhibit,
Several University of Wisconsin-Superior undergraduate and graduate art students took home honors March 31 in judging of the Student Honors Art Exhibit, held each year by UWS’s Department of Visual Arts. UWS alumnus Curtis LeMeiux was the guest judge of this year’s exhibit.
Receiving the Best in Show Award in the undergraduate student category was Adam McCauley, of Duluth, for his untitled mixed media work.
Kristin Martin, of Superior, received second place for her oil painting “Portrait of Drew.” Anesa Sorensen, of Ely, Minn., received third place for her cloth creation “Seats for Sara(h)s.”
Students receiving honorable mention awards were McKenzie Kapsner, of Duluth, for her Raku pot titled “Cracked” and Elizabeth Benes, of Rice Lake, for her oil pastel on textured drawing paper titled “My Love.”
In the graduate students judging, Melissa Lawrence, of Gleason, Wis., received the Graduate Achievement Award for her acrylic work “Emotional Head.”
Receiving honorable mention awards were Dean Cadotte, of Bayfield, for his oil, acrylic and enamel work on canvas titled “Still Life with Alternating Current” and Dan LaPlante, of Duluth, for his mixed media work titled “Western Power: McNiff Dreams.”
The Student Honors Art Exhibit is on display from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays through April 30 in Kruk Gallery in Holden Fine and Applied Arts Center at UWA.
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