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Nazareth College department of art presents Inhabitance, the 2019 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition.

Seniors BFA program members Theresa Foti and Jenna Rossborough will be displaying their thesis work for this showing. Viewers will find a variety of media in this exhibit including ceramic sculpture, painting and printmaking. Pictured here is a painting by Foti called “Swirl.”

The title of the exhibition, Inhabitance, refers to the way both young artists focus their intention on shape and form and the perceived energy that flows from it. Rossborough uses wheel-thrown stacked forms to explore this idea, while Foti uses color and gesture to emanate “the music of action.”

The opening reception is on April 26 from 5 to 7 p.m. Inhabitance will be open to the public in the Colacino Gallery through May 5. artscenter.naz.edu

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