SVC Gallery Hosts Student Art Exhibit
Southern Vermont College (SVC)’s Hunter Division of Humanities announced the opening of a student art exhibit in the Burgdorff Gallery in Everett Mansion. The exhibit will run until December 9.
Visual art in various forms of media will be featured; collected works by SVC students Brin Goldman ’16, of Christiansted, Virgin Islands, and Alexia Najman ’18 of Winstead, Connecticut, will be on display, as well as environmental artwork done by students in Professor Eric Despard’s Nature Journaling class.
Goldman said that her portraits to be displayed are influenced by the work of Frida Kahlo. Kahlo “found herself through her art and used it to depict and overcome her own personal strife,” Goldman wrote in her bio. Najman said her artwork is inspired by intensely color-centric artists such as Gustav Klimt and Benjamin Zhang Bin. Najman’s whimsical and fluid series, soon to be on display, reflects her recent dive into color, with … a full splash into swirls and surprising color combinations.
For more information, please contact Professor Despard at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-681-2889.