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Acrylic Values exhibit

Credit: DREW TENASCO - "ODEMYIMIN KIZIS"


Interrobang | Lifestyles | October 16th, 2020



Six months after COVID-19 restrictions pushed a second-year exhibition online in late March, students in Fanshawe's Fine Art Advanced Diploma program were at last able to show off their hard work in person. The exhibit, 'Acrylic Values,' was displayed at the Satellite Project Space in downtown London from Sept. 30 to Oct. 10. The acrylic paintings touched on the transition from family to individual living. 'The students have expressed delight and excitement to see their work again,' said Gary Spearin, professor and coordinator of the Fine Art program. 'The paintings in the exhibition are extremely accomplished, technically, visually and subject, given they are second-year students.'

CREDIT (IN ORDER DISPLAYED): DANIELLE ROWLEY — “STORMONT;” DORIAN WELBOURN —“GEO-NOSTALGIC,” AND EMILY SINGER — “PRIMARYDALE.” Click on thumbnails to view larger versions.
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