College students present works of art
Surry Community College recently hosted its annual Fall Student Art Exhibition, featuring work from Surry students enrolled in fall classes including 2D Design, Drawing I, Photography classes. digital and ceramic.
A reception was held on November 29 to honor student artists in the Great Hall of the Shelton-Badgett North Carolina Center for Viticulture and Enology, 630 S. Main St., Dobson.
Community members attended the exhibit and interacted with student artists to discuss their work. All artwork will remain in the Great Hall for additional viewing during regular college hours until January. Surry students enrolled in Spring Art Classes will exhibit their work in conjunction with Surry Community College’s Sights, Sounds and Verse exhibition and concert on April 13. The exhibition will run from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. and the next concert will start at 6.30 p.m. afternoon
For questions about Surry’s Associate Degree in Fine and Visual Arts, contact Senior Arts Instructor Danajean Mabry at (336) 386-3284 or [email protected] To follow CSC’s fine arts program, follow them on Facebook and Instagram @surryfinearts.
Heather Heath, from Mount Airy, a student at Surry Community College, displayed artwork from her 2D design class at the annual Surry Fall Student Art Show.
Elkin student Jeffery Walker created a fire truck sculpture in his ceramics class at Surry Community College. Walker showcased his work and artistic vision at the annual Surry Fall Student Art Exhibition.
Kenya Stephens from Pilot Mountain is depicted with a fantastic character of her own design created with mixed media. Stephens is a student at Surry Community College taking Art Appreciation this semester as a member of Surry Early College.
Mount Airy student Sarah Orange graduated from Surry Community College’s 2D Design course with a project using the elements of theory and color balance presented here.
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