113th Annual Student Exhibition

PAFA's annual student exhibition, sale, and competition for the coveted Travel Scholarships

  • Read Lockhart, <em>Clearing up After the Last Supper</em>, 2014, oil on canvas, 68 x 80 in., Judith McGregor Caldwell Purchase Prize, 2014.14

    Read Lockhart, Clearing up After the Last Supper, 2014, oil on canvas, 68 x 80 in., Judith McGregor Caldwell Purchase Prize, 2014.14

  • Joel Stanulonis, <em>That Little Plane</em>, 2014, graphite and acrylic on canvas, 42 x 60 in., Museum Purchase, 2014.15

    Joel Stanulonis, That Little Plane, 2014, graphite and acrylic on canvas, 42 x 60 in., Museum Purchase, 2014.15

  • Claire Kowalewski, <em>Untitled</em>, oil and pen on paper, 20.5 x 20 in.

    Claire Kowalewski, Untitled, oil and pen on paper, 20.5 x 20 in.

  • Anna Hodges, <em>Our Parts Are Slightly Used</em>, oil and graphite on muslin, 24 x 18 in.

    Anna Hodges, Our Parts Are Slightly Used, oil and graphite on muslin, 24 x 18 in.

  • Laura Sallade, <em>Untitled</em>, hand-cut paper, 130 x 48 in.

    Laura Sallade, Untitled, hand-cut paper, 130 x 48 in.

  • Brian Van Camerik, <em>Algorithmic Romances: Beatus Vir</em>, Rives BFK, gauche and watercolor, 25 x 60 in.

    Brian Van Camerik, Algorithmic Romances: Beatus Vir, Rives BFK, gauche and watercolor, 25 x 60 in.

  • Drew Kohler, <em>See Gulling</em>, oil on canvas, 46 x 60 in.

    Drew Kohler, See Gulling, oil on canvas, 46 x 60 in.

  • Madeline Peckenpaugh, <em>Neither Can I</em>, oil on canvas, 64 x 62 in.

    Madeline Peckenpaugh, Neither Can I, oil on canvas, 64 x 62 in.

  • SaraNoa Mark, <em>Untitled</em>, mixed media, 10 x 11 in.

    SaraNoa Mark, Untitled, mixed media, 10 x 11 in.

  • Ryan Ward, <em>house on fire nobody home that&#39;s sad.</em>, mixed media installation, 10 x 18 ft.

    Ryan Ward, house on fire nobody home that's sad., mixed media installation, 10 x 18 ft.

  • Alexandra Douziech, <em>Pinkie</em>, 12 x 38 in.

    Alexandra Douziech, Pinkie, 12 x 38 in.

At the 113th Annual Student Exhibition (ASE), works by BFA students, third-year and fourth-year Certificate students and Master of Fine Arts candidates showcased a diversity of styles that combine traditional skill and contemporary vision. In addition to its role as an exhibition and sale, the exhibition represents a competition for the coveted Certificate Program’s Cresson, Schiedt, Ware, and Women’s Board Travel Scholarships.

The traditional night-before Preview Party kicks off the historic ASE and offers guests the first chance to view and purchase more than 1,000 paintings, sculpture, works on paper, and installations created by PAFA students on the very cusp of their professional careers. The student exhibitors are present to discuss their work and they retain the majority of the purchase price of works sold.

The 2014 Prize Recipients: Madeline Peckenpaugh (William Emlen Cresson Memorial Travel Scholarship, and Woodmere Art Museum Purchase Prize); Drew Kohler (Richard C. von Hess Memorial Travel Scholarship); Anna Hodges (Lewis S. Ware Memorial Travel Scholarship); Alexandria Douziech (one of two J. Henry Schiedt Memorial Travel Scholarships); Brian Van Camerik (one of two J. Henry Schiedt Memorial Travel Scholarships); Sara Noa Mark (Women’s Board Traveling Scholarship); Ryan Ward (Murray Dessner Memorial Graduate Travel Prize); Reed Lockhart (Judith McGregor Caldwell Purchase Prize)

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