Cameron students showcase works in “Identity” senior art exhibition

The Cameron University Department of Art presents “Identity,” the annual senior art exhibition, from April 7 through May 7 at the Museum of the Great Plains, 601 NW Ferris Ave. in Lawton. “Identity” showcases mature bodies of work by 11 CU students and features drawings, paintings, prints, digital art and graphic design works. The exhibition kicks off with an opening reception at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 7.

photo of artwork by tiffony wike

Contributing artists listed by major are:


Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art – Concentration in Graphic Design

Nigel Brown, Lawton

Grace Gutierrez, Lawton

Corey Longest, Duncan

Michael Narcomey, Elgin

Nathaniel Ruff, Lawton

Bachelor of Fine Arts -  Major in Art – Emphasis in Painting

Jay C. Kaulay, Anadarko

Robbi Lynn Pratt, Yukon

Bachelor of Art -  Major in Art

Beth Ann Dennis, Durant

Claudia Tasca, Lawton

Shelby Washburn (double major: International Languages), Apache

Tiffony Camille Wike, Lawton

photo of artwork by shelby washburnCameron’s senior art majors worked diligently to produce works of art with their own signature style and content. They are responsible for the professional presentation of their work, mounting the exhibition, invitation design and publicity, and organizing a formal reception for their audiences.

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


April 4, 2012