LCCC Announces 2016 Permanent Art Selections  


Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) has announced the winning entries to the 50th Anniversary Juried Permanent Art Collection exhibition. Eighteen pieces were selected. All LCCC current students, alumni, faculty, staff and community members with an affiliation to LCCC were invited to participate.

The pieces will be on display in the Scheller-Woodman Community Services Center March 10-16. An opening reception is scheduled for 4 to 6 p.m., Thursday, March 10.

The pieces were evaluated and selected by jurors Dr. Elizabeth Flaherty, coordinator, Arts Administration and Honors Programs, Penn State Lehigh Valley; Ron Glass, LCCC faculty emeritus and director on LCCC Foundation Board; and Dr. Barbara McNulty, director, Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, Lebanon Valley College.

The selected 50th anniversary pieces are:

Mary Hovik, “Tulips,” pastel

Euridice Arvelo, “Bride,” photograph

Bernadette Vas Dias, “Firm Foundations,” oil

Heather Werner, “Mandala for Heidi,” photograph of mixed media installation

Monica Rader, “Georgia,” acrylic

Samantha Bowman, “Gettysburg’s Second Day,” photograph

Samantha Bowman, “1874,” photograph

Samantha Bowman, “Transfiguration,” acrylic

Cheryl Paret, “Getting There,” mixed media thread and duck cloth

Tim Eroh, “Elephant with Lotus,” pen and ink, watercolor, colored pencil

Nils Hovik, “Long Room, Old Library, Trinity College, Dublin – LCCC in Ireland, 2015,” digital photograph

Nils Hovik, “16th century tower house in Doolin, County Clare – LCCC in Ireland, 2015,” digital photograph

Nils Hovik, “It Makes You Wonder,” digital photograph

Carl Silverstein, “Canyon X – Navajo Nation,” photograph

Carl Silverstein, “Canyon X – Navajo Nation,” photograph

Josh Lounsberry, “Silence,” digital photograph

Josh Lounsberry, “Evolution of the Still Life,” digital photograph

Josh Lounsberry, “Fruit in the Real World,” digital photograph

The pieces will become part of the college’s permanent art collection and will be on display throughout the college campuses and sites.