2010 UNCG Masters of Fine Art Thesis Exhibition

  • May 2, 2010 – Jun 6, 2010
Detail images on reverse (clockwise): M. Thomason, "15 Year Shadow"; H.
Montgomery, "11 gallons of paint on 5,445 square inches of masonite"; K.
Ashley, "The Nineth Circle, Round One"; C. Ryan, "leptaxis_transpanica
v0.3"; M. Sullivan, "Mission Road"; L. Zalevskaya, "Untitled"; S. Peck,
"Speak For The Silent"; E. Kniss, "Sifted". All works 2010.

The 2010 Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition features work by eight candidates in the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s Department of Art graduate program: Kristin Ashley (drawing), Eric Kniss (sculpture), Heath Montgomery (painting), Sam Peck (printmaking), Christian Ryan (digital media/performance), Melissa Sullivan (photography), Matthew Thomason (sculpture/drawing), and Liliya Zalevskaya (digital media/performance). The artists in this graduating class use a variety of media and focus on an array of issues. Their MFA exhibition demonstrates the energy and commitment of the artists, who engaged in numerous critiques by faculty, visiting artists, and their peers to develop significant bodies of work.



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