Unfortuneatley, I was unable to travel to a museum, so I utilized the University Gallery on campus. I was initially going to showcase some print pieces I saw when I walked in, but than I went down stairs and came across this display.
Each piece was made by graduate student, Kyle Lascelle. I liked the V-shape that was created by having the candelabras on top of taller boxes and having the larger piece on a lower box. It also isn’t a very flashy display, just simple white displays with a light shining above the pieces, giving a spotlight for the pieces. The location of this mini-collection is near the left entrance to the Webb Auditorium. I think this was an interesting placement because it is in a well traveled location so many students and staff can observe these pieces. There are two other display cases to the right of this one, but I decided to take note of this one because I enjoyed the simplicity of the display as well as the beautiful works created. Below are a closer look of each piece.