3-D among senior art

Senior art major Melody Vance discusses her work with Professor of Art Keith Lord at the senior project gallery reception Tuesday in the Harris Gallery. Vance’s project included 3D-printed elements that took up to four hours to create each piece. The work has become a platform for Vance to speak about her struggles with anxiety and obsessive thoughts. Vance’s work is one of several other senior projects currently on display. / Photo by Michael Savall
Senior art major Melody Vance discusses her work with Professor of Art Keith Lord at the senior project gallery reception Tuesday in the Harris Gallery. Vance’s project included 3D-printed elements that took up to four hours to create each piece. The work has become a platform for Vance to speak about her struggles with anxiety and obsessive thoughts. Vance’s work is one of several other senior projects currently on display. / photo by Michael Savall
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