2015 Winter Art Show wows

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Olivia Morfit, Staff Writer

The 2015 Winter Art Show drew over 100 affirmative RSVPs on Facebook, and generated a buzz heard throughout the halls for a week prior. When the crepe paper hiding the wall installations was peeled back, Urban’s collective talent became apparent to anyone in attendance. Along with the numerous traditional photography, drawing, and painting projects came multimedia work with clay baby heads, collages with multiple layers and video components, large three-dimensional yarn webs, and a crocheted installation. The effort behind the work was obvious; even Marisa Weinstock (’15) who had her work stolen a week before the show had beautiful, thoughtful art on the walls. Every artist interviewed affirmed that they felt prepared for the show and proud of their creations. For a gallery of the installations and some of the artists themselves, click here.

A small and unique component of Emily Verdoia's installation
A small and unique component of Emily Verdoia’s installation