25th Anniversary Employee Art Show in the Western Gallery

  • gloves
    Carol Berry and Paul Brower's "One Hundred and Forty-Four Gloves: Part of a Collection"
  • Carol Berry and Paul Brower stand next to a collection of gloves mounted on a wall
    Carol Berry and Paul Brower with their "One Hundred and Forty-Four Gloves: Part of a Collection." They've collected abandoned, lone gloves--many of which they've found at Western--over 30 years.
  • Sabah Randhawa
    President Sabah Randhawa speaks at the opening reception
  • a display of paper origami cranes
    Origami cranes by Susanna Hamilton
  • origami paper crane
    Paper crane by Susanna Hamilton, a research analyst for the Office of Sustainability
  • painting of a bird
    A painting by Lynne Masland, retired director of University Communications
  • hand-knit puppets
    Puppets "Flora" and "Barnaby," knitted by Denise Mor, IT specialist for the Graduate School
  • people looking at paintings in the Western Gallery
  • bracelet
    Chain jewelry by Windy Paige Dvorak, an administrative assistant in University Advancement
  • A man talking to two other people whose backs are to the camera
    George Pierce, retired vice president for Business and Financial Affairs, who helped get the show established before retiring.
  • people looking at a painting of a rooster
  • black and white drawings
    Black and white drawings by Mary Tully, an administrative services manager in the Computer Science Department.

The 25th Anniversary of the Employee Art Show is now on display in the Western Gallery. 

The show celebrates the artistic talents of faculty, staff and retirees, from photography to woodworking to glass blowing and textile arts and will be on display through Friday, April 6. An opening reception April 2 kicked off the show.

Photos by JT Williams | University Communications and Marketing

Tuesday, April 3, 2018 - 2:23pm