"Small But Mighty" exhibition in Bliss Hall through March 26

Small But Mighty
“Small but Mighty” is an exhibition of student paintings, including this one by Verena Bo Gyeong.

“Small but Mighty” is the title of an exhibition of student paintings through March 26 in the Judith Rae Solomon Gallery in Bliss Hall on the campus of Youngstown State University.

The exhibit organized by Art Professor Dragana Crnjak features small scale paintings reflecting the students’ explorations of color, surface, composition and the synthesis between the formal and conceptual aspects of painting. Driven by curiosity, hands-on testing of painting processes and materials, the small-scale painting studies trigger discoveries that lead to further investigations and development of personal vocabularies and methodologies. 

Students whose work is represented are: Naihomy Lebron, Interdisciplinary, sophomore, Youngstown; Rachel Hritz, Painting + Education, junior, Youngstown; Holly Yarab, Painting, senior, Boardman; Verena Bo Gyeong Son, Painting, junior, South Korea; Patrick Savage, Interdisciplinary, senior, Youngstown; Jayme McKay, Interdisciplinary, sophomore, Hermitage, Pa.; Cassandra Holsopple, Graphic Design, Senior, East Palestine; Michelle Davis, Interdisciplinary, Sophomore, North Jackson; Stephanie Ranalli, Interdisciplinary, junior, Girard, OH and Siobhan Bacha, Graphic Design, Junior, Boardman. 

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