Fine Arts Faculty Showcase Their Talents at Linder Gallery Exhibition

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Posted: 01/24/2014

Update: Due to the possibility of inclement weather, the opening reception for the Keystone College Faculty Fine Arts exhibit scheduled for this Sun. Feb. 9 has been postponed to Sun., Mar. 2, 4-6 p.m. The exhibition will be installed as planned and will be displayed during the previously announced dates (Feb. 9-Mar. 10), the only change is to the opening reception.

The Linder Gallery at Keystone College will present an exhibit featuring the work of Keystone College fine arts faculty from February 9 through March 10 on campus.

The exhibition by 19 full-time and adjunct professors features a mixed presentation including painting, photography, sculpture, graphic design, ceramics, glass pieces, installations, and mixed media. The majority of the exhibit features new work that has not been previously exhibited and marks the first time in over five years that the entire department has come together to display their work. An opening reception will be held on Sunday, March 2, 4-6 p.m. in the Linder Gallery and the public is invited.

Keystone fine arts faculty represented in the exhibition include: George Barbolish, Beth Burkheiser, Michael Degnan, Stacey Donahue, Drake Gomez, Frank Goryl, James Harmon, Jared Jaffe, Judi Keats, Nikki Moser, Paul Nielsen, Ivana Pavelka, Joseph Piconi, Dave Porter, Cliff Prokop, Ward Roe, Lori Ryan, Terra Steele, and Sally Tosti.  

“I have seen some of the work, and it once again represents the immense talent that resides here at Keystone and in Northeastern Pennsylvania.,” said James Lansing, Linder Gallery director. “I am glad I have not seen all of the work as of yet. They will drop off their best pieces to me in the Gallery, and then I will put together an exhibition that showcases their individual strengths and the strength of the department. I am excited just to see what they come up with, and the public should be too. It will be crowded, but the more art…the better!” 

For further information and Linder Gallery hours please call (570) 945-8335.