The Berrie Center showcases senior thesis gallery

Photo by Tori D'Amico

To celebrate the hard work of Ramapo’s senior art students, the Kresge and Pascal Galleries in the Berrie Center is hosting “COLLECTIVE DISTANCE,” an exhibition of senior thesis projects. Works featured range across mediums, from photography and acrylic paintings, to sculptures and animations. The works featured appear in this order:

“Damaged Goods” by Sela Stazzone: Stoneware, augmented reality, 3D animation

“Skin Deep” by Cynthia Amelar: Digital prints

“Voices of the Garden State” by Talal Afandi: HD video, portraits

“Hasta Siempre (Until Forever)” by Grove Young: Mixed media, animation, charcoal drawings, acrylic paint, paper, fabric

“Upon the Horizon” by Noelle Collins: Oil on canvas

“Mobius’ Trip” by Ryan Gonzalez: 3D animation

“Every Day” by Tatiana Mehos: Digital Prints

“Looking to the light” by Michael Alberti: Digital print, cardboard paneling, PVC pipe, vinyl tarp

“Cover to Cover” by Jennifer French: Inkjet photo paper on foam board

“Midnight Groove” by Jasmine Geralds: Acrylic on wood panel

“Puzzle” by Jade Vincent: Archival digital print, special effects (silicone and latex) prosthetics 

“Behind the Animation” by Daniel Green: Oil and acrylic on canvas

“Embodiments” by Joshua Marione: Archival inkjet print

“Serial Dreamers” by Calvin Kistler: 3D animation

“Everyday Normalities” by PiaRiza A. Gonzales: Hand drawn stop motion animation

“Plush Pals” by Emily Josbeno: 3D animation