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The 2012 Student/Faculty Show

"Soldier" by sculpture and drawing instructor Nick Xhiku and "Life Forms" by painting instructor Beverly Ryan

This week and next, instructors and students at The Art League School have the gallery to themselves as they show off what they’ve done in and out of class this past year.

Fiber arts, sculpture, jewelry, stained glass, ceramics, mosaics, painting, printmaking and more are well-represented at this year’s Student/Faculty Show. Students and teachers alike have a lot of amazing work up on display — but not for long: the show ends on Sunday, March 4, with a closing reception from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. (Gallery hours are here.)

So, while you still can, check out the show, and see what’s been going on in Art League School classes. Maybe you’ll be inspired to enroll! Or take home some homework that you’ll want to display someplace better than the fridge.

Stained glass instructor Jimmy Powers hangs "Irene's Revenge" by student Ann Abercrombie, which won an Equal Merit Award.

"Maenad of Dionysus" by mosaics instructor Gene Sterud and "Oval Teapot" by ceramics instructor Blair Meerfeld

More photos below!

"Figure_0" and "Figure_*" by ceramics instructor Carlos Beltran Baldiviezo
"Shiloh" by Kathlyn Avila won an Equal Merit Award. Kathlyn took Lorraine Oerth's ceramics class.

An untitled necklace and earring set by Gail Vance. Gail took Abby Goldblatt's enameling class.

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