UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
UW-River Falls senior Skylar Youngren sets out some of her ceramic pieces as part of the Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree exhibition in Gallery 101 of the Kleinpell Fine Arts. The eight seniors will display their work through Friday, May 6.
Reception Friday, May 6, from 3-6 p.m.
April 20, 2022 – Eight University of Wisconsin-River Falls seniors will present their Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree exhibitions in Gallery 101 of Kleinpell Fine Arts through Friday, May 6. On display are LEGO, graphic design, ceramics, paintings, printmaking, reclaimed woodwork and an art history presentation.
Exhibiting are Shelby Behrens, Ethan Eberhardt, Maggie Hermersmann, Breanna Larson, Savannah Linkert, Gabrielle Pechacek, Eva Schrank and Skylar Youngren.
Shelby Behrens, of River Falls, has a primary emphasis in printmaking and a minor emphasis in art history. On exhibit are traditional prints and illustrations that showcase the derealized abstraction of the human condition and its relation to our homes and bodies.
Ethan Eberhardt, of Eau Claire, has a major emphasis in graphic design. On exhibit are examples of LEGO creations accompanied by self-designed instructions and packaging. The work is a representation of his love of stories and how they’re explored through interactive media.
Maggie Hermersmann, of Woodbury, Minn., has a major emphasis in graphic design. On exhibit is a collection of posters, hand decorated clothing and 3D work. The work is an abstract reflection of meaningful life events.
Savannah Linkert, of North Branch, Minn., has a major emphasis in graphic design. On exhibition is Linkert’s exploration within reclaimed wood, design and photography visually representing homespun work.
Gabrielle Pechacek, of Hudson, has a major emphasis in painting. On exhibit is a collection of oil paintings based on the concepts of time, memory and spirituality.
Eva Schrank, of River Falls, has a major emphasis in art history. On exhibit is a mixed media installation consisting of video projection and movement of the human body. The work focuses on the role of the body as a medium for performance art.
Skylar Youngren, of Woodbury, Minn., has a major emphasis in ceramics and a minor emphasis in drawing. On exhibit is work based on her love for fantasy stories, video games and Japanese designs.
A public reception is scheduled from 3 to 6 p.m. on May 6 at the gallery.
For more information, call the UWRF Art Department at 715-425-3266.