The annual student art show at SUNY Orange is a highlight of the spring semester. It kicks off two months of visual, theatrical, and musical presentations focusing on the talents of arts students. The student art show is often the first gallery appearance for young artists, and an important career milestone.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s art show, Creative Vision:20/20, was never installed. However, not to be deterred, adjunct art professor Andrea Pacione went about collecting images of artworks that had been submitted before the shutdown. She then assembled them into a virtual exhibit which is now available on the college website under the Arts & Communication section “Student Exhibits” page thanks to the efforts of Chris Thurtle, Assistant Director of Communications for New Media.
Visit the virtual show at https://sunyorange.edu/arts_comm/exhibits.html
The exhibit highlights many of the visual arts offered at SUNY Orange: traditional drawing, oil and pastel painting, digital photography, mixed media, color, design, digital graphics, and experimenting with natural stains and inks. Artworks on display include still lifes, figure drawings, genre works, collages, portraits, and abstract pieces.
Creative Vision:20/20 is the 16th annual SUNY Orange Student Art Show. It had been planned for March 30 - May 1 in the Orange Hall Gallery. Now you can visit the exhibit virtually. Please take a few minutes to relax and view the show.