Above: Anxiety-Ridden Beaver in clay by senior fine arts major Lauren Muth.
The creative work of 24 talented University of Wisconsin Oshkosh art students will be on exhibit through Feb. 16 as part of the 23rd annual Student Honors show at the Allen Priebe Gallery in the Arts and Communications Center on the Oshkosh campus.
“Students who have done excellent work in upper-level art and graphic design classes were nominated by their teachers to submit art for this exhibition. It is a real honor to be nominated. The work on display includes ceramics, drawing, graphic design, package design, photography, printmaking and sculpture,” said Leslie Walfish, UWO gallery director, campus curator and art instructor.
“Every year this exhibition is a wonderful chance to see the creativity and excellence of students studying art and graphic design at UW Oshkosh.”
The students with work on exhibit include:
- Eli Billstrom, senior fine arts major from Oshkosh. Earned Juror’s Honorable Mention for Ocean of Eyes, oil on canvas.
- Taylor Brzezinski, junior art education major from Kewaskum.
- Kely Carrasquillo, junior fine arts major from Menasha. Earned a Ceramics Award and the Chancellor’s 3D Award for Night Eyes, porcelain.
- Katie Christensen, junior fine arts major from Green Bay. Earned Juror’s Best in Graphic Design Award, Chocoholica, digital imaging, 3D construction.
- Lilly Clifton, senior fine arts major from Oshkosh. Earned honorable mention for Altriciality, intaglio
- Sydney Feest, junior fine arts major from Fond du Lac.
- Trinity Hechimovich, senior fine arts major from Brownsville.
- Nate Her, sophomore fine arts major from New London.
- Ollie Krueger, senior fine arts major from Juneau, Wisconsin. Earned Juror’s Best 2D Award for Mother-Silent, woodblock print with gold leaf.
- Kayleigh Leahy, senior art education major from Barneveld, Wisconsin.
- Mae Lord, senior fine art major from Appleton.
- Darrylanne Moreno, senior fine arts major from Trevor, Wisconsin. Earned Art Haus Award for Patterns, graphite and ink on paper.
- Lauren Muth, senior fine arts major from Oshkosh. Earned Juror’s Best 3D Award, Anxiety-Ridden Beaver, clay.
- Jana Nehila, 2022 art and psychology graduate from Round Lake Heights, Illinois.
- Carleah Normington, senior fine arts major from Omro. Earned honorable mention for Tom Did It, archival inkjet print.
- Aidan Reimer, 2022 fine arts graduate from Lannon, Wisconsin. Earned an Allen Priebe Gallery Award for Chocoholica, digital imaging, 3D construction.
- Hayley Rielly, senior art education major from Monroe.
- Carson Schunke, junior fine arts major from De Pere. Earned honorable mention for No Heart, No Pain, ceramic.
- Karrah Sievert, senior fine arts major from Combined Locks. Earned honorable mention for Pools of Shimmering Light, archival inkjet print and Chancellor’s 2D Award for Luminosity, oil on canvas.
- Isabelle Skalecki, senior fine arts major from Oshkosh. Earned honorable mention for Currency, graphics.
- Sarah Vandersee, junior fine arts major from Oshkosh. Earned Mike Dodson Award for Lakeside Tea Sets, ceramics.
- Lindsey Winkel, senior fine arts major from Appleton. Earned Chancellor’s Graphic Design Award for Cookbook, graphics.
- Macy Woxland, 2022 art graduate from Waupun. Earned a Priebe award for Source of Self, oil and map on board, and the Elsewhere Market and Coffee House Ceramics Award for Tree Trunk.
- Jacob Zietlow, senior fine arts major from Tomahawk.
The gallery is free and open to the public daily. Gallery hours are posted online.