The three artists included in this exhibition are graduating students with visual arts minors with a focus on sculpture. There are approximately 16 works, all that reveal a strength in both technical skill and artistic vision. Aaron Agostino’s small steel pieces are lyrical, linear abstractions and his black and white photographs are similarly elegant and abstract.
During winter break, 2005, twenty-one students and two faculty embarked on a three-week study of the Louvre Museum in Paris. The group, led by Professor Sandy Wimer, drew the sculpture, the architectural elements, and other spaces found inside and outside the Louvre.