Lehigh Valley Community Gallery to feature Moravian Academy student artwork

New exhibition will run Jan. 16 to March 18 at Penn State Lehigh Valley
Long exposure photograph

Collaborative long exposure photograph from instructor Lindsay Woodruff's Photo I class at Moravian Academy. Students include Lauren Ash, Nick Cruz, Angelica Kalsi and Caroline Joseph. 

Credit: Moravian Academy

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. — The Community Gallery at Penn State Lehigh Valley will present a new exhibit, “High School Students from Moravian Academy,” from Jan. 16 to March 18.

An artist reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Jan. 26 at Penn State Lehigh Valley. Both the reception and the exhibit are free and open to the public.

Moravian Academy art students have the opportunity to work in a wide variety of mediums and artistic experiences. Students choose to explore their creative skills through traditional methods in drawing, mixed media, painting, ceramics, woodworking, darkroom photography, digital photography and filmmaking. On display in The Community Gallery is a sampling of two-dimensional works from the following classes: Freshmen Art and Design, Drawing & Painting, Advanced Drawing & Painting, Photo I and Photo II. The work on display from those classes represent a sampling of some of the various explorations of the students in monotype printmaking, drawing, pastel and acrylic, encaustic, oil painting, digital photography and darkroom photography.

The Community Gallery at Penn State Lehigh Valley highlights artists in the region, specifically area high school and college students. It is located on the third floor on the west wing of the building and is located adjacent to the Ronald K. De Long Gallery.

Area high school and college students have been invited through their art departments to submit work for exhibits. The Community Gallery at Penn State Lehigh Valley is thematic and scheduled in unison with the Ronald K. De Long Gallery exhibits. The “High School Students from Moravian Academy” exhibit and reception are scheduled in conjunction with the exhibition “Michael Brolly: Redux” in the Ronald K. De Long Gallery.

For more information, contact Ann Lalik, gallery director, at [email protected] or 610-285-5261, or visit the Art Exhibition website.