Basic Design Exhibition

From Professor Janet Carlile:

The exhibition of student work from Basic Design courses taught at Brooklyn College highlights the faculty’s shared purpose in teaching the vital components inherent to two-dimensional picture making. Professors Ginger Levant, Andrew Lenaghan, Mario Naves, Adam Thompson and Josh Willis, each of whom is a practicing and exhibiting artist, have juried the pieces with an eye toward both quality and pedagogy. The exhibition has been installed thematically based upon issues common to all courses-among them, perspective, value, pattern and color-and culminates in a series of studies from Old Master paintings. Utilizing technologies both old (acrylic paint) and new (the computer), Brooklyn College students have created a rich array of skilled, nuanced and, in some cases, eye-popping works of art. The exhibition is located in the Boylan Hall 5th Floor Gallery 5410 and is open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. until this Friday.

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