SUNY Orange hosts art exhibit

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  • þÄúRed Barn,þÄù an acrylic by art student Liam Vogel.




  • þÄúMiddletown Market þÄî PerspectiveþÄù by architecture student Matthew Lung.




  • þÄúBuffalo Roaming,þÄù an acrylic by art student Delaney Marshall.




  • þÄúOver the East River,þÄù an acrylic by art student Nicole Calabro.




  • þÄúAquatic CenterþÄù by architecture student Benjamin Wolf.



MIDDLETOWN — Students in the SUNY Orange Architectural Technology program have installed a not-to-be-missed exhibit in Orange Hall Gallery Fringe, the area along the back wall of the gallery.

Entitled "Systems and Space III," the exhibit includes nearly 200 drawings and models of abstract architectural compositions, building designs and urban proposals.

The architecture display is being shown through May 5, concurrently with the annual SUNY Orange Art students’ exhibit of more than 350 artworks which is in Orange Hall Gallery and Loft.

The art show, Collaborations, is comprised of a broad variety of paintings in acrylic and pastels; drawings in pencil, charcoal, and conte; digital and traditional photographs; computer graphics; media collages; and three-dimensional recycled materials projects.

Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday.

The exhibits are free and open to the public.

For additional information, call the college's Office of Cultural Affairs at 845-341-4891; email cultural@sunyorange.edu or visit online www.sunyorange.edu.


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