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MAILED: March 20, 1997

EAU CLAIRE - Twenty University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire seniors will exhibit their work in a Bachelor of Fine Arts show April 7-23.

"Tale's End" will be displayed April 6-9 in the Foster Gallery of the Fine Arts Center. The reception will be 2 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, April 6, in the gallery.

Students whose work will be displayed in this exhibit are:

Jessica Coulter, a graphic design major from Minneapolis, will display graphic design, illustration and metalsmithing pieces.

Kay Huang, a painting major from China.

Andrea Niesen, a graphic design major from Mc Farland, is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa and Mortar Board.

Joseph Rodenwald, a graphic design major from Rochester, Minn.

Grant Ruegnitz, a painting major from Eau Claire, has had works in the Annual Student Juried Shows in 1992, 1993 and 1996, and the Arts West Regional Juried Show in 1992. Ruegnitz said his work is about dreams and visions, and it reflects what people say to him unconsciously.

"Seven Women Framed" will be displayed April 19-23 in the Foster Gallery of the Fine Arts Center. The reception will be 2 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, April 19, in the gallery.

Students whose work will be displayed in this exhibit are:

Jennifer Dumey, graphic design major from New York City, was co-chair of G.L.O.B.E. and a member of the Big Buddy program. Her work will consist of various logos, T-shirt designs and illustrations.

Stacey Hanssen, an illustration major from Sparta.

Shannon Hlavka, a graphic design major from Hutchinson, said her work is simple and organized - the best way to communicate in today's visually over-stimulating environment.

Natalie Johnson, a graphic design major from Brule, said her work explains feelings, views and other things that have influenced her throughout her life.

Angela Koscal, a photography major from Lyndon Station, was awarded the best 2-D design in the Student Art Show 1993. Koscal exhibited works in Phoenix in 1996, was photo editor for the Spectator in 1995, and is photo editor for Dimension magazine.

Dawn Lindblade, a graphic design major from Rockford, Ill., will display graphic design works along with illustrations.

Jennifer Reitzner, a graphic design major from Fond du Lac, was president of Sigma Sigma Sigma in 1996. Reitzner said her work is about her life, her world of mystic imagination.

"And Then There Were Three" will be displayed May 10-12 in the Skylight Lounge of Davies Center. The reception will be 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 10, in the gallery.

Students whose work will be displayed at the exhibit are:

Jennifer Jordan, a graphic design major from Beloit, said her work is a contemporary approach to graphic design and other art forms.

Sarah Kix, a graphic design major from Burnsville, Minn., will display graphic design posters, logos and stationery systems.

Teri Rood, a graphic design/photography major from Eau Claire, will display graphic design pieces along with drawings, photography and metalsmithing.

"Abducted By Aliens" will be displayed May 9-11 at The State: Regional Arts Center, 316 Eau Claire St. The reception will be 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 10, at the center.

Students whose work will be displayed are:

Chris Almquist, a photography major from Eau Claire>/u>, is a member of the Art Student Association. Almquist said his work is a way of exploring himself through his experiences and interactions with nature.

Heidi Breitenstein, an illustration major from Mazomanie, will display watercolor pieces and illustrations.

Shannon Kelly, a painting major from Port Washington, is the president of the Art Student Association. Kelly will display pieces of painting, photography and drawing.

Eric Solfest, a painting major from Eau Claire, said his work is an exploration of culture.

Paul Wickman, a graphic design major from Ashland.
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Updated: April 4, 1997