With bold colors, religious iconography and symbolism, and layering themes, a mural created by Bruce Herman’s Gordon IN Orvieto painting class celebrates the program and connects it to the universal church.
“My real presence was found in an ancient Italian town that was sculpted right from the mountain that it sits upon, and it is called Orvieto,” writes Theresa Sterling ’16.
By Thais Ziegenhals ’14 As proud as I was to be an art major in college, the familiar question, “So…what are you going to do with that?” never ceased to be frustrating. The asker was typically walking a… Read More
The Gallery at Barrington Center for the Arts presents PAST / PRESENT: Gordon Art Faculty, a new exhibition featuring work by current and former Art Department faculty. An opening reception will take place this Saturday, January 23, from 4 to 6 p.m…. Read More
As a student, Brooke Fryer ’15 dreamt of combining her love of design and fashion with her passion for justice. As a recent grad and ANUGRA visionary, she’s doing just that.