The Salazar-Ajo Library welcomes students from Tohono O’odham Community College for the school’s first-ever exhibit at the library.
Beginning with an opening reception at 3 p.m. Friday, September 30, the students’ works will hang in the library throughout the month of October.
Students displaying paintings include:
- Makaye Lewis showing “My Favourite Boot” (acrylic on panel) and “Carmen” (mixed media)
- Sisco Fraire showing “Saint Graffitti” (acrylic on panel) and “Kaye” (acrylic on stretched canvas)
- Sage Greely showing “No Father to My Style” (acrylic on panel) and “Rose” (acrylic on stretched canvas), and
- Dylan Porter showing “Leo” (acrylic on bookbinding board) and “Holy Tattoo” (acrylic on panel).
The four are students in the college’s Painting I class, a Visual Art + Design’s associate of fine arts core class requirement. They are under the direction of Kimberley Lund, PhD.