The artwork of seven Vanderbilt students will be exhibited in the Cummins Station Student Show, which opens on Friday, May 3, with a reception from 4-7 p.m. Their work will be on view for one year in the hallway of the lower floor of Cummins Station, located at 209 10th Avenue South.
The art students whose work was selected for the show are: Demi Landstedt, Isaiah 55:2; Madeline Santulli, Octoplant Tangled; Anisha Patel, Becoming a Lady; Sara Alavi, Hangin’ On; Dan Litzow, Sunday Morning; Julie Choi, Untitled; and Lauren Renaud, Anticipation and Reflections. “It was wonderful to see the wide variety of art being created in our program,” said Mark Hosford, acting chair, department of art.
The exhibit also includes the work of students from Watkins College of Art and Design, Tennessee State University, and Middle Tennessee State University.
*Hangin’ On by Sara Alavi, oil on canvas, 30 x 40 inches, 2012