April 2, 2012

Owens’ Walter E. Terhune Art Gallery Presents Juried Student Art Exhibition, April 3-28

Student Art Exhibit - "Fecundi Tea"

The Juried Student Art Exhibition features over 80 pieces of artwork, including Owens student Emily Carros' ceramic work titled "Fecundi Tea"

PERRYSBURG TOWNSHIP, Ohio – Owens Community College students will have the unique opportunity to showcase their artistic talents as the Center for Fine and Performing Arts hosts the ninth annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, April 3-28.

In addition, the College will host a free opening reception and award ceremony for the exhibit on Saturday, April 14 from 4-6 p.m. in the Walter E. Terhune Art Gallery. Owens is located on Oregon Road in Perrysburg Township.

“Owens’ Center for Fine and Performing Arts is proud to once again feature the finest works of art produced by our students,” said Wynn Perry, Owens Coordinator of the Walter E. Terhune Art Gallery. “The artistic expressions are extremely individualized and reflect the unique creative ability of each student artist, which will certainly delight exhibit attendees.”

Owens students displaying artwork include Tabitha Adams of Bowling Green, Nick Arquette of Toledo, Devin Bader of Toledo, Andrea Baker of Rossford, Richard Ball of Toledo, Sandi Blair of Toledo, Mark Boggs of Portage, Roberta Borer of Toledo, Mike Budyka of Perrysburg, Terry Burkhead of Toledo, Katie Callahan of Oak Harbor, Emily Carros of Toledo, Maureen Cook of Waterville, Jasmine Cupp of Port Clinton, Nathan Daulbaugh of Toledo, Jose Degollado of Oregon, Isabelle Dickerson of Holland, Jamie Fields of Toledo, Robert Gottschalk of Oregon, Cherie Guthrie of Waterville, Matt Hamilton of Toledo, Timothy Haney of Toledo, Chris Hatfield of Toledo, Averia Hollanshed of Northwood, Andrianne Jennings of Toledo, Mihee Kim of Rossford, Ellen Koeberlein of Whitehouse, Jodie Laing of Toledo, Ron Lauman of Toledo, Katherine Lehnert of Toledo, Nicole Lowery of Toledo, Michael Matuszewsi of Toledo, Kelli Miller of Toledo, David Moyer of Sylvania, Sam Munding of Maumee, Taylor Palicki of Maumee, Clayton Parento of Toledo, Justin Parker of Toledo, Kelly Parkhurst of Sylvania, Michael Pettengill of Oregon, Andrew Pinciotti of Millbury, Katy Reichert of Bowling Green, Katrina Roberts of Toledo, Candace Robinson of Martin, Jessica Russell of Sylvania, Sydney Sawkins of Toledo, Brittany Shaffer of Lindsey, Andrew Smith of Waterville, Barbara Stengle of Toledo, Devon Sturdivant of Toledo, Thomas Sumwalt of Perrysburg, Kathie Vanness of Bowling Green, Paul Verdell of Perrysburg, Janelle Watkins of Holland and Cathy Zeltner of Toledo.

Owens’ Juried Student Art Exhibition features over 80 pieces of artwork in the categories of fine art, photography and commercial art. Fifty-five students enrolled within Fine and Performing Arts courses at Owens have had their artwork accepted for the show. Area artists and professionals served as the jury for the exhibit.

Admission to the Walter E. Terhune Art Gallery is free and open to the public from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays; and from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays. For additional information about the exhibit, contact the Center for Fine and Performing Arts at 1-800-GO-OWENS, Ext. 2721 or (567) 661-2721.

Owens Community College is an accredited two-year, state-assisted institution of higher education that has served Northwest Ohio since 1965. With a commitment to providing small classes, personal attention and unmatched affordability, the College serves the diverse academic needs of credit and non-credit students on the Toledo-area and Findlay-area campuses, as well as at the Arrowhead Park Learning Center in Maumee and the Learning Center at The Source in downtown Toledo. Owens offers associate degrees that transfer to baccalaureate degrees in the Arts and Sciences and over 130 technical program areas in Agriculture, Business, Health Sciences, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Skilled Trades, and Engineering and Transportation Technologies. Owens students also can earn the first two years of a bachelor’s degree with a smooth transfer to any area four-year college or university. For more information, visit www.owens.edu.