Tuesday, April 4, 2006
Goshen College seniors showcase artistic endeavors in capstone exhibit, March 23-April 23
GOSHEN, Ind. – Nine Goshen College senior art majors will display the culmination of their studies and work in the annual senior art exhibitions in the Goshen College Hershberger Art Gallery from March 23-April 23.
- Steve Hage (Goshen) is exhibiting his photography. Hage is the son of Richard and Cheri Hage and was homeschooled, graduating in 2001. He attends Pleasant View Mennonite Church.
- Suzi Arsenovic (Falling Waters, W.V.) is exhibiting her jewelry. Arsenovic, the daughter of Bobi and Nancy Arsenovic, graduated from St. Johns International School in 2001.
- Layne Wyse (Camden, Mich.) is exhibiting his ceramics. Wyse is the son of Ned and Debbi Wyse and graduated from Camden Frontier High School. He attends Salem Mennonite Church.
- Joe Shetler (Phoenix, Ariz.) is exhibiting a series of watercolor and ink drawings and paintings. Shetler is the son of Jay and Marilyn Shetler and graduated from Thunderbird High School in 2002. He attends Trinity Mennonite Church.
- Nick Loewen (Goshen) is exhibiting his paintings. Loewen, the son of Jake and Nancy Loewen, graduated from Bethany Christian High School in 2002. He attends College Mennonite Church.
- Glenn Schumacher (Brookings, S.D.) is exhibiting his drawings and paintings. He is the son of Tom and Doris Schumacher and graduated from Brookings High School in 2002. He attends Sermon on the Mount Mennonite Church.
- Katrina Maust (Goshen) is exhibiting her photography and graphic design. She is the daughter of Marcia Good and Brian Maust and graduated from Bethany Christian High School in 2002. She attends Assembly Mennonite Church.
- Hannah Graber (Delavan, Ill.) is exhibiting her drawings and paintings. She is the daughter of Mark and Lori Graber and graduated from Delavan High School in 2002. She attends Hopedale Mennonite Church.
- Drew Herstam (Stephens City, Va.) is exhibiting his ceramics. He is the son of Lawrence and Katherine Herstam and graduated from Sherando High School in 2002. He attends Stephens City Mennonite Church.
In Senior Art Show I, exhibited from March 23-April 4, Steve Hage, Suzi Arsenovic, Layne Wyse and Joe Shetler had their artwork on display. An opening reception was held Sunday, March 26, from 2-4 p.m.
In Senior Art Show II, showing from April 6-20, Nick Loewen, Glenn Schumacher, Katrina Maust, Hannah Graber and Drew Herstam have their artwork on display. An opening reception will be held Sunday, April 9, from 2-4 p.m.
Pieces from both exhibits will be included in a Graduation Exhibit from April 21-23.
The Hershberger Art Gallery, located in the Music Center, is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday and from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday. The building is accessible to people using wheelchairs and others with physical limitations.
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