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Inspiring others through art

Alexander, Wilhelm show senior exhibit


Published (Volume 75, No. 8)


Credit: Lisa Ashby

An oil piece by Jennifer Wilhelm, part of the Fine Arts senior exhibit series.

Credit: Lisa Ashby

Some impressive artwork adorns the lobby and its walls of the Fine Arts building.

These master works were done by Stacey M. Alexander and Jennifer Wilhelm. Their senior art exhibit is open until Oct. 25.

As one walks through the lobby, one cannot help but gaze around at these masterpieces.

They range from paintings done on graphite, oil on canvas, acrylic on canvas and pottery, just to name a few.

Alexander’s works include The Ten Commandments, Self Portrait, Still Life at Grandma’s House, Grecian Terrace, Avalon, Rip Van Winkle, Elizabeth and many others.

Wilhelm’s works include Envy, Venus, Nightmare Chess Set, Sex and Violets, Winding Tower, Scholl’s and Formanesque Landscape, just to name a few.

There are many pieces of art to be seen. They range from paintings of people and landscapes to a model of a car.
On her literature, Alexander describes a book that she refers to when she is having difficulty remembering what it is like to be innocent.

She describes herself as focusing on becoming a teacher instead of an artist.

She ends her literature with an interesting, but very true, statement. “It is not always what you can do, but who you can be…and what you can teach.”

Wilhelm’s mind captivating work is just as impressive.
With paintings and other forms of art that seem so lifelike, it is simply amazing to gaze at her artwork.

She has many ways of expressing herself through her work and conveys her emotions through this medium.

Between now and Friday, Oct. 25, visit Fine Arts to see some extraordinary works of art.