Art students represent UMSL at exhibition

Matt Wahlman, a senior in studio art at UMSL stands next to his art work, a fish design on silkscreen on paper. (Photo by Dan Younger)

Two University of Missouri–St. Louis art students have the thrill of their work being on display at Art St. Louis through the end of March.

Matt Wahlman and Katharine Stucker, both seniors in studio art were on hand for last Friday’s opening reception for the exhibit, which runs through March 29.

“I’m probably a biased reviewer, but it appeared to me that our two students had the best work in the show,” said Dan Younger, professor of art at UMSL.

Their work is part the “Varsity Art” exhibition, which features works by 38 undergrad and grad level students representing 20 area universities and colleges.


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