Oswego artwork selected for 'On My Own Time' at Everson
A panel of volunteer judges has selected the artwork of five SUNY Oswego employees to join the Everson Museum of Art’s Sept. 12 to Oct. 6 exhibition of “On My Own Time” pieces from companies and institutions around the region.
The judges, engaged by CNY Arts and professionally involved in the arts, visited Penfield Library to adjudicate the works of SUNY Oswego faculty and staff in the college’s free “On My Own Time” exhibition, on display through the end of May.
They chose the following: “Happy Hour!,” photography by Lisa Drake of the Office of Environmental Health and Safety; “Giving Thanks,” photography by Sandra Moore of the health promotion and wellness department; “Evolution: Amphibia, Reptilia and Homo Celestis,” sculpture by Eric Olson of the curriculum and instruction department; “From the Back Field II,” brush and ink by Marla Perkins of curriculum and instruction; and “Childhood Dreams of Richardson Bates House,” mixed media by Sally VanBuren of the Office of Facilities Design and Construction.
Organized by CNY Arts (formerly the Cultural Resources Council of Syracuse and Onondaga County), in cooperation with the Everson Museum of Art, “On My Own Time” celebrates the creative talent of those who are visual artists “on their own time.”
(Posted: May 17, 2013)