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A Closer Look: Faculty Art Exhibit

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Photo of Mario Laplante's Iluminee, an art installation featuring 390 ceramic priests dipped in beeswax and arranged in circles










Iluminee, an installation by Associate Professor of Art Mario Laplante is one of the many innovative, interesting pieces featured in the SFSU Art Department Faculty Exhibition. The work is comprised of 390 ceramic priests dipped in beeswax with four foot wicks and arranged in concentric circles. Laplante generally works as a print artist, but ranged outside his primary medium for the show, which features work by 18 faculty members. The exhibit can be viewed through March 18 in the Fine Arts Gallery of the Fine Arts building. Gallery hours are noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Wednesdays.

Photo: Courtesy of the Fine Arts Gallery


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