Art students show off work during Open Studios

By Emily DeFranco

Each semester at SUNY New Paltz the BFA and MFA students open the doors to their studios for fellow students, faculty and staff, and members of the community to walk through. People tour at their own pace from the depths of the Fine Arts Building’s basement to the masters painting studios on the top floor of Smiley Art Building. There is food, music, and an artist waiting to talk around every corner. This is a sample of a few students who showed their Fall 2014 work this past Friday, Oct. 24.

 

CORRECTION: Name misspelling- Rachel Nulty is Rachel NOLTE.

Emily DeFranco

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