Final C-N senior art show features work by Bazan and Brown
Stephen Brown, left, and Brittany Bazan, right, highlight their graphic design work in the final senior art show of the year in Carson-Newman’s Omega Gallery.
Carson-Newman University’s closing senior art show is on display until May 10.
The show features the work of C-N graphic design students Brittany Bazan and Stephen Brown and is a compilation of their four years of art education. Both have a minor in photography.
“My style of graphic design focuses on commercial art and advertising,” said Brown, who calls Washington D.C. home. However, after graduation, he plans to move to Nashville to pursue his career in graphic design.
“I love high contrast and trying to mimic photorealism,” he said.
Bazan also featured some commercial art and advertising but included work that features her passion for Salvador Dali and surrealism.
“My art style is influenced by Dali and is abstract and whimsy with fun, bright colors,” said Bazan, a Morristown native. “Surrealism and abstraction inspire my art, along with the unique countryside to help make for wonderful photography and endless possibilities.”
The show remains on display in the Omega Gallery, which is located in the Warren Art Building, on the corner of Branner Avenue and South College Street.
The public is invited to browse the gallery and leave the artists comments in a guest book.
The Omega Gallery is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free. For more information, contact the Art Department at 471-4985.
The show is part of the University’s senior-year exhibition program, where graduating seniors showcase some of their best work in single or multi-person shows.
Carson-Newman offers Bachelor Degrees in art and photography, both with traditional fine art foundations within a four-year liberal arts program. The University is an institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.