Undergraduate Scholarship Exhibition

The Department of Art proudly presents works by undergraduate students who received scholarship funding in recognition of their artistic talent.
"Undergraduate Scholarship Exhibition" in yellow on red background
Aerial view of a small anthill with rocks and pebbles surrounding its base.
Guanjian She, Salton Sea, 2022. Archival inkjet print of digital photograph, 44 x 48 in.
Two females bodies sit topless with one figure resting their hand on the other’s thigh.
Thea Lauren Pineda, Ako at Ya, 2023. Stonehenge paper, colored pencil, soft pastels, 22 x 30 in.
Multiple images of an opened book showing various pages containing the layout of a postcard back on the left side and abstracted images of figures on the right side.
Gabe McHenry, Postal Perversion, 2023. Stab-bound book, risograph, screen print, 4 x 7 in (closed)
A set of four stack cubes covered in cropped photographs of areas of women’s bodies such as legs, torsos, and chests.
Ella Leidy, LADY PARTS, 2022. Wood and inkjet prints, 12 x 12 x 48 in.
A slightly crushed silver can lays on its side atop a Campbell’s Tomato Soup label.
Morgan Babl, Untitled, 2022. Dimensions variable, Wood and aerosol paint
Three childlike, angelic faces emerge from a lush background to create a triangular composition between their heads.
Jennifer Chao, Those who share the memory, 2023. Acrylic on canvas, 25 x 24 in.
A group of women, each wearing a hijab, sit together in an abstracted landscape containing potted plants and a lawn in the foreground and an ocean view in the background.
Ekhlas Abdullahi, Wajiyadii badnaa ee hooyaday (The many faces of my mother), 2022. Oil and acrylic on canvas, 72 x 53.5 in.
Drawing of a person cut into empty segments laying in a rippling puddle of fluid being wiped up with a napkin.
Kathryn Blommel, Daisy Fresh Girl, 2023. Charcoal and graphite on paper, 30 x 22 in.
Aerial view of a softly light bedroom side table covered with a lace doily, bottles of oils, medication, and lotions, intermixed with jewelry and other personal items.
Natalie Aue, Sarah’s Room, 2023. Inkjet print of digital photograph, 18 x 24 in.
Hands push a piercing needle through an ear lobe containing two additional earrings, while abstract geometric shapes obscure a sliver of the figure’s face, hands, and background.
Taylor Wald, Pierce, 2022. Acrylic paint and paint pen on canvas board, 16 x 20 in.
Collage of digital drawings included an airplane, slip on shoes, clothing, and a figure;s face obscured by a mirror.
Camden Stevens, Self Portrait(1), 2022. Digital drawing, 16 x 16 in.

Undergraduate Scholarship Exhibition

November 21 – December 9, 2023

Quarter Gallery, Regis Center for Art

The Department of Art proudly presents works by undergraduate students who received scholarship funding in recognition of their artistic talent. Scholarships received by students for the academic year included the Carter Prize in Oil Painting, the Joyce Lyon Scholarship, several Brown-McKenzie Scholarships, and the Wayne and Virginia Potratz Scholarship.  Artists in the exhibition include Ekhlas Abdullahi (Nafyar), Natalie Aue, Morgan Babl, Kathryn Blommel, Jennifer Chao, Guanjian She, Ella Leidy, Gabe McHenry, Thea Lauren Pineda, Camden Stevens, and Taylor Wald.

The Quarter Gallery spans 2,000 square feet for the presentation of student exhibitions and community partnerships.

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