Juried Student Show Runs Through Friday, Dec. 13
Posted December 4, 2002
HOLLAND -- The annual Juried Student Show is
featured in the gallery of the De Pree Art Center at Hope
College through Friday, Dec. 13.
There will be an artists' reception on Friday,
Dec. 6, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
The public is invited to both the exhibition and
the reception. Admission is free.
All Hope College students were invited to submit
work in any media for the exhibition, which was juried by
Curt Hoard, an artist and educator from the University of
Minnesota. Works range from traditional media such as
drawing, photography and painting, to multimedia sculptural
The 48 students with work in the Juried Student
Show are: senior John J. Andersen of Hamilton; sophomore
Anne Ariel Baker of Wheaton, Ill.; senior Arianna L. Baker
of Wheaton; senior Jane Bast of Grand Rapids; senior Peter
Beck of Dolton, Ill.; senior Daniel Berhanemeskel of Aksum,
Tigray, Ethiopia; junior Lindsey Brink of Chelsea; junior
Emily Broekhuis of Holland; senior Anna Chappel of
Interlochen; junior Sharon Clark of St. Louis, Mo.; junior
Meridith Alayne De Avila of Holland; senior Jeremy Davis of
Also, junior Lisa DeCamp of Williamston; junior
Jill DeVries of Appleton, Wis.; junior Julie Esch of Ann
Arbor; senior Matt Evearitt of Ada; senior Lindsay Lee Hall
of Frankfort, Ind.; senior Brad Johnson of Portage; junior
Jennifer Jourdan of Noblesville, Ind.; freshman Andree
Keneau of Holland; junior Nathan Klay of Holland; senior
Anna Kohls of Shawano, Wis.; junior Andrew Lick of Shelby
Township, Mich.; senior Patrick Looman of Holland; freshman
Cathy Martyn of Wheaton; junior Laura Moreau of Holland.
And, freshman Danielle Nguyen Quang of Holland;
Nancy Nicodemus of Holland, an emerita member of the English
faculty now studying art; senior Stacey Oldham of Lansing;
sophomore Julie Ouvrard of Clisson, France; junior Valerie
Patrick of Lansing; freshman Kirsten Pless of Rockport,
Mass.; senior Deana Ann Rennick of Holland; senior Lindsey
Root of Novi; sophomore Emily Rupchock of Niles; freshman
Joe Ryan of Darien, Ill.; senior Peter Schaafsma of
Cadillac; sophomore R.J. Schildhouse of Niles.
Also, sophomore Melinda Schussman of Seymour,
Wis.; junior Jon Sedon of Midland; senior Meyly Sew of
Holland; junior Amy Sporer of Chelsea; junior Natalie
Stroich of Troy; sophomore Jamie Thorley of Hinsdale, Ill.;
junior Chris Van Pelt of Spencer, Iowa; senior Heather
Verbeke of Yale; freshman Laila Wathne of Norway; and
freshman Erin Wickens of Clinton Township.
The De Pree Art Center is on Columbia Avenue at
12th Street. The regular gallery hours are Monday-Saturday
from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The gallery is handicapped accessible.
The exhibition opened on Tuesday, Dec. 3.