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Senior art exibition runs through Feb. 26 at Davis Gallery in ISU Fine Arts Building

Posted February 8, 2010


The spring 2010 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition at the John B. Davis Gallery will feature four artists – Diana Lamb,  Christa Landon-Keating, Sheryl Hansen and Jared Taylor.  Exhibition dates are Feb. 9 – 26.

The opening reception will be held Monday, Feb. 8, from 6 to 8 p.m.   

The John B. Davis Gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The gallery is located in the ISU Fine Arts Building (building #11 on ISU maps), on the campus of Idaho State University.  For more information,  contact Amy Jo Popa at 282-3341, or visit www.isu.edu/art/galleries.shtml.

Lamb was born in Downey, Calif., and graduated with an Associate of Art Degree and a Certification of Assistant Teacher – Pre-School, in May 2004 from Cerro Coso Community College in Lake Isabella, Calif.  Lamb is obtaining her B.A. in art this May.  Her favorite form of art is photography and future plans are to enroll in a certification program to become an Elementary School teacher.

Landon-Keating was born in Idaho Falls where she currently resides.  Landon-Keating will graduate in May with a B.A. in art and a minor in computer information systems.   Experiencing several different media, she prefers metals for her 3-D work, and paint, charcoal or conte’ crayon for her 2-D work.

Hansen was born and raised in Eastern Idaho.  She attended Ricks College and BYU-Hawaii, where she earned an Associate of Art Degree.  After extensive traveling and residing in Seattle, Wash., for several years, she returned to Idaho.  Hansen will be graduating in May with a B.F.A. degree and a minor in music. Art and music therapy are avenues of interest for her future plans.

Taylor was born in Payson, Utah, and graduated from Century High School in 2004.  Taylor has always had a passion for art with an emphasis in drawing and ceramic sculpture.  He will be graduating in May with a B.F. A. in art.  He also focused his studies psychology and anthropology and plans to attend a graduate program in art.