Student art reigned supreme at the latest installment of the Student Art Exhibit in Lory Student Center’s Curfman Gallery.
Art and art history student Andres Flores took home the Juror’s Award for Excellence for his World War II piece titled “Stille Nacht”. Kendall Kippley and Jackson Connolly received Juror’s Choice Awards for their pieces.
This annual exhibition, which is organized by the LSC Arts Program, highlights the achievements of Colorado State University’s finest student artists. All current students are encouraged to submit work for review and all forms of media are eligible.
The exhibition was juried by local Fort Collins artists Amy Bradley and Avalon Clare. Amy Bradley is currently the Director of Operations as well as one of the founders of the Downtown Artery. Bradley earned her BFA from CSU in 2012 with an emphasis in printmaking. In her current endeavors Bradley is establishing a retail line titled “Peculiar Press LLC”.
Also an artist with the Downtown Artery, Avalon Clare graduated with her BFA in Illustration from the University of the Arts in 2008. Currently, Clare creates portraits she calls “digital drawings” as they combine hand drawings that are later finished in Adobe Illustrator. Both jurors were selected by the Lory Student Center Arts staff and the Student Organization of the Visual Arts.
For more information about this annual exhibit, visit the Lory Student Center Art Exhibition website.
The Lory Student Center Arts Program is a division of Campus Activities, seeking to bring the visual arts to all students at Colorado State University.