Museum hosts second art show
March 12, 2012

E-mail this to a friend   Post this page to Facebook  

 
 
  Art show judges, from left, Nela Swiney of Dayton City School, Chris Hoose of Rhea County High School, Dr. Todd Wood, and Elaine Davis, both of Bryan College, examine a picture in the show.
 
Bryan’s second annual Nature Art Show has opened in the Henning Museum of Natural History, featuring works by students, faculty and staff.

Dr. Todd Wood, museum director, said 36 pieces have been chosen for exhibit through April 27 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily. “We have photographs; paintings in acrylic, oil, and water color; and drawings depicting some aspect of the natural world,” he said. Subjects range from frogs to flowers.
 
Prizes will be presented in three categories–student, faculty and staff, and People’s Choice–during an awards ceremony Thursday, March 15, at 3 p.m. in the Henning Museum located on the south end of Mercer Hall’s first floor.

Top Awards


Student First Place award to Hannah Coleman for
"Sunshine on a Cloudy Day"

 
People's Choice Award to Alexandria Youngs for "Swallowed Up"
 
Faculty/Staff First Place award to Dr. Brian Eisenback
for "Sierra Nevada Mountain Pass"