August 20 - September 9, 2007

Reception: Thursday, August 30, 5 - 7 pm

To celebrate the arrival of a new academic year and the outstanding artistic production of students at Gettysburg College, over ninety works created in studio art courses in 2006-07 are presented by the Visual Arts Department and Schmucker Art Gallery. Faculty members selected exceptional works in a wide range of artistic media. Students enrolled in studio courses work closely with faculty to sharpen skills in drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, and photography, and to develop a more acute sense of sight and deeper coordination of eye, hand, intuition, and mind. Faculty members supervising the exhibiting artists are: Jim Agard, Alan Paulson, Mark Warwick, Brent Blair, and John Winship.


Shane Vince ('08), Introduction to Photography, 2007
Shane Vince '08, Introduction to Photography, 2007

OPINIONES/PERCEPCIONES: Contemporary Hispanic Art Featuring Artists of Pennsylvania
September 14 - 30, 2007

Opening Reception: Fri., Sept. 14, 6 - 9 pm

Artist Talks: Fri., Sept. 14 and Sat., Sept. 15, Majestic Theater, noon

A diverse exhibition of photographs, painting and mixed-media work by contemporary Hispanic artists living in Pennsylvania examine the complicated nature of the Hispanic cultural experience in America. The artists in the exhibition provide new opinions and challenge conventional perceptions of racial, ethnic, and gendered identity. Mixed-media artist Michelle Angela Ortiz will speak about her studio work and cultural background in a presentation entitled, "Perspectives of La India Blanca: The Journey of a Tri-cultural Latina in the Art World" at noon on Friday and Saturday, September 14 and 15 at the Majestic Theater, Gettysburg.

The exhibition is The exhibition is developed and presented by private art dealer Americas' Arts, LLC and is co-sponsored by the Departments of Spanish and Latin American Studies and Gettysburg College, EPACC. All works of art on display will be available for purchase.

Michelle Angela Ortiz, India Blanca (detail), 2006
Michelle Angela Ortiz, India Blanca (detail), 2006


Representation in Contemporary American PaintingOctober 12 - December 2, 2007

Opening Reception: Friday, October 12, 5-8 pm

Artists' Roundtable: Saturday, October 13, 10-11:30 am

Outstanding works by fourteen of the country's most well-respected representational artists featured in the art portfolios of The Gettysburg Review since 2002.

Michael Allen, Bascove, Virginia Creighton, Lois Dodd, Jessica Dunne, Linden Frederick, Carolyn Harris, John Hull, Andrew Lenaghan, Brad Marshall, Melissa A. Miller, George Nick, Tula Telfair, Mark Workman

Exhibition co-sponsored by Gettysburg College, EPACC.

Mark Workman, Yin Yang Tree, 2002


a sculpture, some drawings, and my relationship with jane eyre:
new works by mark warwick
January 24 to February 24, 2008

Reception: January 24, 5 to 8 pm
Gallery Talk: January 25, noon

Mark Warwick, Associate Professor of Visual Art at Gettysburg College, presents work completed during his fall 2006 sabbatical leave.

Mark Warwick, Blueberry Jeans,
pencil, 2006


Selected Works by Art ProfessorsMarch 10 to March 30, 2008

Reception: March 13, 5 to 7 pm
Gallery Talk: March 14, noon

This international exchange exhibition features
works by the art faculty at Syrcause University in Florence, one of Gettysburg College's most popular affiliated study abroad programs. The Gettysburg College art faculty will exhibit their works in Florence in the fall of 2008.

Exhibition co-sponsored by Gettysburg College, EPACC.

Stefania Talini, Sardegna, digital print, 2006

April 10 - 26, 2008

Opening Reception: April 10, 5 - 7pm

Juror: Jackie O'Regan, Curator of Cultural
Properties, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

Sneha Shrestha '10, you,
digital photograph, 2008

May 2 - 18, 2008
Opening Reception: Friday, May 2, 5 to 7 pm

Students Ashley Davis, Nelson Dyer, Rebecca Feld, Geoffrey Gaenslen, Abbey Gettler, Christine Gilbert, Jamie Hunter Pantano, Melissa Jackson, Molly Myer, Rosmery Rodriguez, Elizabeth Todd, and Ming Zhou have worked under the direction of Mark Warwick, Associate Professor of Visual Arts, to successfully complete the work in this exhibition. This capstone experience for studio art majors not merely marks the culmination of artistic engagement, but rather the beginning of productive and successful careers in the art field.

Geoff Gaenslen, Two, acrylic on masonite, 2008

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