The AFA Gallery and ArtWorks Gallery & Studio located in downtown Scranton will present an exhibition of artwork by Keystone College senior art students from April 1-29. The exhibition entitled “Ineffable” will include media ranging from painting, drawing, photography, print media, print making, book arts, sculpture, glass, ceramics, and graphic design. The opening reception for both galleries will take place on Friday, April 1 from 6-9pm, and is open to the public.
The 17 talented individuals whose work will be featured include painter Rainy Lynea Pritchett, Moosic; illustrator Jeffrey Luzon, Queens, N.Y.; photographers Haley Lillian Peet, Ransom, Erin Westervelt, Neptune City, N.J., and Madeline Ferrara, Scranton; print makers Madison Schott, Forest City and Tiffany Boyer, East Windsor; book artists Gina Marie Szymczyk, Olyphant and Stephanie Zdimal, Binghamton, N.Y.; mixed media sculpture artists Sean Frankovsky, Nicholson and Thomas Murray, Carbondale; ceramicist Stefiny Thomas, Towanda; graphic designers Colin Schaeffer, Hazleton, Casey Santiago, Wallenpaupack, Erin Petrovich, Rockaway, N.J. and Paige Golosky, Scranton; and print media artist Katie Zellers, Scranton.
This exhibition displays the culmination of four years in the art program at Keystone College, and marks the beginning of their professional careers. Some students plan to use a percentage of their proceeds from selling their artwork to donate to local organizations.
For further information and gallery hours, please call AFA Gallery located on 514 Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton, (570)-969-1040 or ArtWorks Gallery & Studio, 503 Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton, (570)-207-1815.