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Senior art students to show work at USAO

CHICKASHA — Three art students will exhibit their work in a senior bachelor of fine arts show titled "AXIOM" at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. 

The opening reception is set for 7 p.m. Saturday in the third-floor art gallery of Davis Hall. It is free to the public. 

The exhibit runs through Nov. 13. 

The graduating artists participating in the show are Shauntel Cornaby, Sonja Ingram and Amanda Raymond. 

Cornaby, of Mustang, is working toward a double major in art and math. Her art intertwines the two disciplines. She uses Adobe Illustrator, a vector art program that uses mathematics to create art.

Ingram graduated from Moore High School, where she painted several murals for the school’s walls. In the USAO fine arts program, Ingram focuses on graphic design. She has mixed graphic design and photography for her showcase. Her art pieces are printed on metal sheets and are meant to be seen through 3D glasses.

Raymond — born in Altus and raised in San Diego — received her associate's degree from Western Oklahoma State College, and then served four years in the Navy. She drew inspiration for her project from her bipolar and post-traumatic stress disorders. Her photographs are of nude models who are wrapped in chains.

For more information about the show call (405) 574-1302. 

K.S. McNutt

Kathryn McNutt covers higher education for The Oklahoman and NewsOK. Since joining the staff in August 2000, she also has worked as the Breaking News editor, Metro editor and assistant Local editor. A native of Oklahoma City, she graduated from... Read more ›