BC Studio Art Department Featured in Gallery Exhibition on Newbury Street

Boston College’s Studio Art  program is a collection of talented and unique artists, but it has never been entirely convenient or easy to appreciate the breadth of work and styles. An upcoming gallery exhibition in Boston will change that. On January 25th, Lorand Gallery on Newbury Street will open “At Work: Boston College Faculty Artists.” The entire Studio Art faculty are represented in this exhibition, making this a rare opportunity to see the work of an entire department in one sitting. “At Work” will be open from January 25 to February 26 with a special opening reception on Friday, January 28 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.

As can be expected from such a diverse group of people, the works featured promise to be just as unique. Photography, paintings, film, and more will be on display for the public to enjoy. Consider the following works:

Professor Alston Conley will exhibit one of his paintings titled “Robinhood Cove.” This peaceful and meditative painting contrasts warm and cool tones to create a warm and engaging atmosphere. This piece is a good representation of his body of work.

Now consider the intricate work of Professor Khalid Kodi. His bright colors and bold shapes swim throughout his painting, pulling the eye into a moving cycle in “Boundaries.”

Click on the image to see a larger version.

The exhibition will take place at Lorand Gallery at 156 Newbury Street. Lorenz Reibling, the gallery owner, believes “At Work” will be a “rewarding experience” for everyone involved. Lorand Gallery is open Wednesday-Sunday from 1:00-6:00 p.m. Lorand Gallery can be reached at (857) 350-3622 and at lorandgallery.com.

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