Artwork of Two SUNY Oswego Students Chosen for NY Gov's Office
Three pieces of artwork by SUNY Oswego students are among the 14 works of art by students from the 64-campus SUNY system that will hang in Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Washington, D.C., office.
Two photographic prints by Ryan Schultz ’13 were among those chosen, as was a silkscreen on watercolor monotype by Stephanie Gamboa ’12, M ’14.
Schultz's prints are titled "Night Light" and "Graffiti." Gamboa's work is titled "Washington, D.C."
"I am very honored to not only have my work selected to be displayed in Governor Cuomo's office, but to have two works displayed," Schultz said. "I would also like to congratulate the other students whose artworks were chosen."
"I am proud to hear that three of the 14 works chosen from various SUNY schools were from SUNY Oswego," Gamboa said. "It shows how hard our students work and how dedicated we are to the program."
Gamboa was the recipient of The Fund for Oswego-supported Nancy Busco Trabold Memorial Scholarship. The annual scholarship goes to a qualifying female art major.
A photo gallery of all the the artwork included in the governor’s office exhibit is available via Generation SUNY's Facebook page.
⎯ Staff reports
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher announced that two photos, including "Night Light," by Ryan Schultz ’13, at top, and "Washington, D.C.," by Stephanie Gamboa ’12, M ’14, will be among 14 works of art by students around the SUNY system chosen for Cuomo's Washington, D.C., office.
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