Fifty-five Albright College students presented original artwork for the Freedman Gallery’s annual juried student exhibit this May. Several artists earned prizes and awards in different categories during a special reception and many of the exhibitors sold work to visitors.
Local artists included:
Moises Burgos of Bernville, studying art education at Albright. A graduate of Kensington Interntnal Business, Burgos’s artwork included: Digital, “Sharpener Spice.”
Luis Fernandez of Temple, studying accounting at Albright. A graduate of Muhlenberg High School, Fernandez’s artwork included: Photograph, “Current Meditation” on sale for 15 alongside Photograph, “Mural in New York” for 10.
Kyle Gantert of Reading, studying business administration/management at Albright. A graduate of Reading High School, Gantert’s artwork included: Pen and Ink, “The Fields” .
Tyanna Guzman of Reading, studying art at Albright. A graduate of Muhlenberg High School, Guzman’s artwork included: Ink Wood Cut Print, “Love’s Complicated” on sale for 20 alongside Acrylic, “Naturally Beautiful” for 60 . Guzman’s “Love’s Complicated” earned this year’s second place award for $150.
Riona Mackey-Wood of Reading, studying music industry studies at Albright. A graduate of Wilson High School, Mackey-Wood’s artwork included: Acrylic Paint, “The Abyss.”
Faith Miravich of Reading, studying Digital Studio Art at Albright. A graduate of Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts, Miravich’s artwork included: Watercolor, “AZ Dream” on sale for 160 alongside Encaustic, “Tumultuous” for 85 and Wood and Acrylic, “And through Trial I will Rise like a phoenix” for 200.
Kierstin Moses of Birdsboro, studying Digital Communications at Albright. A graduate of Daniel Boone High School, Moses’s artwork included: Archival Inkjet Print, “Tire Typology” on sale for 55 .
Raquel Rohrbach of Reading, studying biology at Albright. A graduate of Wyomissing Area High School, Rohrbach’s artwork included: Acrylic, “Old Age” on sale for 75.