Cameron University Department of Arts presents “Identity” senior art exhibition at Leslie Powell Gallery

The Cameron University Department of Art presents “Identify,” the Annual Senior Art Exhibition, from May 2 through May 11 at the Leslie Powell Galley, 620 SW D Avenue in Lawton. “Identity” showcases mature bodies of works by nine Cameron students. Included in the exhibition are paintings, drawings, prints, digital work, graphic design and sculpture. The opening reception is Saturday, May 2 from 6 to 9 p.m.

Cameron’s senior art majors have created works based on their own style and content. Each is responsible for the professional presentation of his/her work, which includes mounting the exhibition and publicity.

The term “Identity” was chosen as the title of the show to describe how an artist’s subject matter and artwork can define them as a person. This exhibition will be very diverse in nature, as all the students coming from different backgrounds have produced artwork that displays their individuality through their distinct styles and beliefs.

Contributing artists listed by hometown are:

Apache: James Martinez

Geronimo: Sarah Darling

Killeen, Texas: Amanda Coates

Lawton: Kyndal Dunn, Beverly Layton, Jager Lively, Heather Shea Morefield

Manahawkin, N.J.: Christopher Houlahan

Olosega, Manu’a, American Samoa: Faamasani Puletasi

For more information about “Identity,” contact the Cameron University Department of Art at 581-2450.


April 20, 2015