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BFA shows feature variety of disciplines, student achievement

Hannah Yata’s oil on canvas is among the pieces featured in the BFA II exit show currently on display at the Lamar Dodd School of Art.

The Bachelor of Fine Arts II Exit Show, featuring works of painting and drawing, ceramics and jewelry/metals will be on display at the  Lamar Dodd School of Art until May 4, with a closing reception on May 4 at 7 p.m.

Graduates in painting and drawing include Hannah Faith Yata, Preston D. Shurley, Amy Elizabeth Arnold, Joseph Craig Barber, Sara Maria Stansell, Shelly Catherine Pate, Morgan Say Mitchell, Campbell Baker, Sydney Louise Clifton, Isabel Iris Schneider, Richard Gnann IV, Josh McDonald, Jeff   West, Joel Rosenburg and Andrew Frank Giannakakis.

Graduates in ceramics include Amy Fischer, Michael Harboldt and Jessie Hyatt.

Graduates in jewelry/metals include Rachel Columb, Laura H. Foster, Nikki Fullington, M. Tanner Scott and Nikki Thomas.

BFA Exit Show III features students in graphic design, fabrics and interior design in an exhibition May 7-11 at the art school. A reception will be held on May 10 at 7 p.m. Receptions for both exhibitions are free and open to the public.

Graduates in fabrics include Isobel Mills, Cleveland Covington, Katie Hagerty, Samantha Downey, Ava Marks and Genevieve Leavitt.

Graduates in graphic design include Vasilisa Barsukova, Kristi Bozeman, Kirby Cobb, Lally Corbin, Caroline Eddleman, Ryan Holt, Liz Minch, Zach Scott, Kelley Wiedman and Kaitlin Wutschel.

Graduates in interior design include Ashlynne Bauer, Christina Brady, Christina Carson, Kylie Cartwright, Brittany Cencula, Morgan Ellington, Andrea Griffin, Courtney Grimm, Alyssa Harpole, Elyse A. Harris, Hannah Herman, Becky Justice, Caroline Lemoine, Kuang Li, Sara Ann Manocheo, Alex Peck, Dina Pepperman, Aubrey Pritchett, Alexandria Raffalovich, Haley Reddick, Jordan Reynolds, Kaitlin Skelley, Ansley Spratlin, Heather Taylor, Caitlin Virgil, Jamie Walker, Jennings Williams, Emily Wirt and Cordia Wong.

The BFA exit shows represent years of study and practice, culminating in a professional group exhibition.