Fort Lewis College hosts provocative senior art show

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Fort Lewis College hosts provocative senior art show

‘Bits & Pieces’ looks at contemporary issues
“Creature No Comfort,” an oil painting on canvas by George Bangs, is currently on display in the final exhibition of the year at Fort Lewis College. “Bits & Pieces” represents all the graduating seniors, 21 studio art majors and 20 communication design.
A view of “Bits & Pieces: Graduating Senior Art & Design Majors Exhibition,” now at Fort Lewis College through April 27. Foreground: a ceramic piece by Brooklyn Archuleta, and on back wall George Bangs’ oversize still life, “Creature No Comfort.”
“Ceramic” by Lizzie Vickers is a collection of ceramic cacti on display at FLC.
“Florence: A Rainy Day,” a pastel drawing by Jacob Goldshall, is currently on display as part of “Bits & Pieces: Graduating Senior Art & Design Majors Exhibition” at Fort Lewis College.
If you go

WHAT: “Bits & Pieces,” Graduating Senior Art & Design Majors Exhibition.
WHEN: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, through April 27.
WHERE: Fort Lewis College Art Gallery, Jones Hall.
MORE INFORMATION: Admission is free. For more information, call 247-7167 or visit www.fortlewis.edu/art-design/artgallery.

Fort Lewis College hosts provocative senior art show

“Creature No Comfort,” an oil painting on canvas by George Bangs, is currently on display in the final exhibition of the year at Fort Lewis College. “Bits & Pieces” represents all the graduating seniors, 21 studio art majors and 20 communication design.
A view of “Bits & Pieces: Graduating Senior Art & Design Majors Exhibition,” now at Fort Lewis College through April 27. Foreground: a ceramic piece by Brooklyn Archuleta, and on back wall George Bangs’ oversize still life, “Creature No Comfort.”
“Ceramic” by Lizzie Vickers is a collection of ceramic cacti on display at FLC.
“Florence: A Rainy Day,” a pastel drawing by Jacob Goldshall, is currently on display as part of “Bits & Pieces: Graduating Senior Art & Design Majors Exhibition” at Fort Lewis College.
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