UW-Superior students earns art show honorsSeveral University of Wisconsin-Superior undergraduate and graduate art students took home honors May 3 in judging for the university’s annual Senior Capstone and Juried Art Exhibit.
Several University of Wisconsin-Superior undergraduate and graduate art students took home honors May 3 in judging for the university’s annual Senior Capstone and Juried Art Exhibit.
The exhibit is held each year by UWS’ Department of Visual Arts in Kruk Gallery on the UW-Superior campus. Artist Susan Dunkerley of Superior, whose photographs have been published and exhibited nationally and in Europe, was guest judge of this year’s exhibit.
Students earning a Juror’s Merit Award were:
• Jeremy Robinson of Superior for his untitled work in photography. He is a junior pursuing a bachelor of fine arts degree in studio art.
• Sarah Riley of Superior for her untitled work in stoneware mixed media. She is a senior majoring in art therapy.
• Cate Pool of Shell Lake, Wis., for her acrylic painting titled “If I had a Hammer.” She is a graduate student pursuing a master’s degree in studio art.
• Karlie Thomas of Superior for her acrylic painting titled “Split Personality.” She is a freshman majoring in studio art.
• Kameron Young of South Range, Wis., for his acrylic painting “Self Portrait.” He is a senior with a minor in art.
• Andrew Mathiassen of Superior for his bronze work titled “Pugilist.” He is a non-degree-seeking student.