2021 End of the Year SOAD Student Show

Featuring the selected works of School of Art and Design students
Gabs Conway. Like a Child. Wood and Ceramic.
May 5, 2021

Every spring, UW-Stout’s Furlong Gallery in Micheels Hall celebrates the creativity and discipline of students in the School of Art and Design.

From April 6 through early September, Furlong will feature the End of the Year SOAD Student Show, featuring the artwork of advanced SOAD students in all fine art disciplines.

In a normal scenario, the exhibit would be a juried event. With the various safety protocols in place this year, a juried exhibit wasn’t feasible. So, Professor Bob Atwell, gallery director, asked faculty to help with the selection process by choosing works to showcase their students’ talents.

Courtney Johnson. Acedia. Relief.
Courtney Johnson. Acedia. Relief. / Furlong Gallery
Ezra Brey. Dissipation. Watercolor on Panel.
Ezra Brey. Dissipation. Watercolor on Panel. / Furlong Gallery
Aharon Janicki. Untitled (Goya Relic). Metal and Acrylic.
Aharon Janicki. Untitled (Goya Relic). Metal and Acrylic. / Furlong Gallery
Kayla Spaeth. Things That Could Have Been. Watercolor and Charcoal on Canvas..
Kayla Spaeth. Things That Could Have Been. Watercolor and Charcoal on Canvas.. / Furlong Gallery
Beck Slack. Talisman 15. Chemigram.
Beck Slack. Talisman 15. Chemigram. / Furlong Gallery
Kayla Haugen. Minneapolis Reclaimed by the People. Paper.
Kayla Haugen. Minneapolis Reclaimed by the People. Paper. / Furlong Gallery
Jacob Mazoureh. Frenced Broken. Earthenware.
Jacob Mazoureh. Frenced Broken. Earthenware. / Furlong Gallery
Bailey Iwen. SEPTAPUS. Stoneware.
Bailey Iwen. SEPTAPUS. Stoneware. / Furlong Gallery
Remington Ruplinger. Halved Boulder. Mixed Media on Cardboard.
Remington Ruplinger. Halved Boulder. Mixed Media on Cardboard. / Furlong Gallery
Ashton Barrick. Anima. NuGold and Acrylic.
Ashton Barrick. Anima. NuGold and Acrylic. / Furlong Gallery.
Blake Farnsworth. Drip. Stoneware.
Blake Farnsworth. Drip. Stoneware. / Furlong Gallery
Sofia Herling. Too Much. Colored Pencil on Paper.
Sofia Herling. Too Much. Colored Pencil on Paper. / Furlong Gallery
Eliza Jorgenson. Designated Feeling. Serigraphy and Thread.
Eliza Jorgenson. Designated Feeling. Serigraphy and Thread. / Furlong Gallery
Madison Gordon. Pain, Healing, Growth. Relief.
Madison Gordon. Pain, Healing, Growth. Relief. / Furlong Gallery
Karly Kolehouse. Untitled. Serigraphy on Stonehenge.
Karly Kolehouse. Untitled. Serigraphy on Stonehenge. / Furlong Gallery
Olivia Bonlander. Homegrown. Oil on Panel.
Olivia Bonlander. Homegrown. Oil on Panel. / Furlong Gallery
Jude Pelowski. Roach. Ceramic Vase.
Jude Pelowski. Roach. Ceramic Vase. / Furlong Gallery
M. Hampton. In My Wildest Dreams. Dirt, Box, Person.
M. Hampton. In My Wildest Dreams. Dirt, Box, Person. / Furlong Gallery
Mary Benetti. Chit Chat. Foam, Electrical Wire, Microcontroller, Board, Conductive Paint and Plastic Tubes.
Mary Benetti. Chit Chat. Foam, Electrical Wire, Microcontroller, Board, Conductive Paint and Plastic Tubes. / Furlong Gallery
Jamee Bastman. Docile Maturation. Rod, Manicured Horse Hooves, Caressed Porn and Outlet Covers.
Jamee Bastman. Docile Maturation. Rod, Manicured Horse Hooves, Caressed Porn and Outlet Covers. / Furlong Gallery
Lauren Dillinger. Visual Phenomena. Oil on Canvas.
Lauren Dillinger. Visual Phenomena. Oil on Canvas. / Furlong Gallery
Kayla Spaeth. With Another Self A-E. Watercolor, Charcoal and Graphite on Paper.
Kayla Spaeth. With Another Self A-E. Watercolor, Charcoal and Graphite on Paper. / Furlong Gallery
Olivia Bonlander. Melancholy. Oil on Panel.
Olivia Bonlander. Melancholy. Oil on Panel. / Furlong Gallery
Michael Wolf. In Sheep's Clothing. Lithograph.
Michael Wolf. In Sheep's Clothing. Lithograph. / Furlong Gallery
Mackenzie Raifsnider. Untitled. Stoneware.
Mackenzie Raifsnider. Untitled. Stoneware. / Furlong Gallery
Megan Edstrom. Untitled. NuGold and Paint.
Megan Edstrom. Untitled. NuGold and Paint. / Furlong Gallery
Lindsey Johnson. Ice Shacks. Relief (Wood Block on Stonehenge).
Lindsey Johnson. Ice Shacks. Relief (Wood Block on Stonehenge). / Furlong Gallery
Lauren Dillinger. Visual Phenomena 2. Oil on Canvas.
Lauren Dillinger. Visual Phenomena 2. Oil on Canvas. / Furlong Gallery
Grant Goplen. Untitled. NuGold and Acrylic.
Grant Goplen. Untitled. NuGold and Acrylic. / Furlong Gallery
Bailey Farrell. Layerz. Photo Luster.
Bailey Farrell. Layerz. Photo Luster. / Furlong Gallery

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