OWU’s 2020 Fine Arts Graduates Showcase Work in Online Senior Exhibition

Though they aren’t on campus to exhibit their art, Ohio Wesleyan University’s graduating fine arts students have created “Becoming Visible,” an online showcase of their work.

Featuring pieces chosen by a jury of Ohio Wesleyan fine arts faculty, the exhibition includes paintings, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, photography, printmaking, jewelry, digital art, graphic design, and other art created by this year’s 16 graduating fine arts seniors.

Their senior art show, an OWU tradition, debuted May 15 with a live virtual opening and tour conducted by the students in collaboration with Erin Fletcher, director of Ohio Wesleyan’s Richard M. Ross Art Museum:

Graduating students “becoming visible” through their Ohio Wesleyan senior exhibition are:

  • Iain Anderson of Monterey, California
  • Frank Brown of Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Devin Cotton of Cleveland, Ohio
  • Michaela Fown of Marion, Ohio
  • Rory Gleeson of New Plymouth, Ohio
  • Charlotte Gross of Columbus, Ohio
  • Cheyenne Hall of Columbus, Ohio
  • Cameron Jaudzems of Ostrander, Ohio
  • Andrew McFarland of Mount Gilead, Ohio
  • Moira Meehan of Bay Village, Ohio
  • Jesse Sailer of Newtown, Connecticut
  • Mia Smith of Columbus, Ohio
  • Kami Stoflinsky of Columbus, Ohio
  • Sarah-Faith Strait of Mount Gilead, Ohio
  • Kate Van Horn of Montclair, New Jersey
  • Chappie Wick of Norfolk, Maine

Read more about each artist.