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This year's Senior Exhibition at The Foster Gallery will feature six art students' work

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Art students present their “Responsibly Crazy” artwork

Heidi Johnson, a drawing and painting student, poses in her infinity room.

Heidi Johnson, a drawing and painting student, poses in her infinity room.

Photo by Gabbie Henn

Heidi Johnson, a drawing and painting student, poses in her infinity room.

Photo by Gabbie Henn

Photo by Gabbie Henn

Heidi Johnson, a drawing and painting student, poses in her infinity room.

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On May 3, the Foster Gallery opened their annual Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibition. The exhibition will run until May 19.

The six featured seniors — Siri Stensberg, Andrea Fischer, Heidi Johnson, Jeremy Borchert, Matthew Bergs and Richard Roth — combined their work to create their exhibition titled, “Responsibly Crazy.”

The opening reception for this exhibition was held from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on May 4. The students presented their work in graphic design, drawing and painting, photography and illustration.

The different work presented ranged from furniture made of yarn, a storybook of a walrus, an app created for powerlifting and various other art pieces.

Henn can be reached at [email protected]

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Gabbie Henn is a photography student and is a staff photographer on The Spectator. She enjoys thrifting, cooking yummy food, and loves going to concerts.

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