In the Fouts Center for the Visual Arts, the Ben G. Stone Studio Wing, houses two stories of art studios. These individual studios are reserved for senior art majors, offering each student a space of their own to create work for their thesis exhibition at Sheehan Gallery. “The studio wing is a crucial space for our seniors to develop the professional skills necessary to sustain a working artistic practice after graduation,” says Amanda Evans, visiting assistant professor of art and senior thesis advisor for the Class of 2022. This year’s artists presented a range of projects including research-based portrait oil paintings, an immersive ceramic and video installation, a participatory library, four-color silkscreened portraits, and more.
View their completed works—including the larger-than-life beetle sculptures created by Fi Black, pictured here.