New ‘Labyrinth’ in Campus Center

Artist Danny Shain has an affinity for street signs. For the past 30 years, the abstract painter has selected separate paintings from his archive and merged them to form new compositions. Shain’s exhibit, “The Labyrinth and Vicinity,” consists of four pieces using 10 canvases and will be on display in the Campus Center West Gallery until Dec. 15. / photo by Taylor Griffith
Artist Danny Shain has an affinity for street signs. For the past 30 years, the abstract painter has selected separate paintings from his archive and merged them to form new compositions. Shain’s exhibit, “The Labyrinth and Vicinity,” consists of four pieces using 10 canvases and will be on display in the Campus Center West Gallery until Dec. 15. / photo by Taylor Griffith
Junior biology major Jarred Lopez focuses on Adjunct Professor of Creative Writing Angela Thomson-Brenchley during an Introduction to Creative Writing class session where students took inspiration from Danny Shain’s "Labyrinth and Vicinity" exhibit. Shain’s atmospheric paintings serve as a representational abstract visual aid for the class to use as motifs for their poems. / photo by Audrey Gaudette
Junior biology major Jarred Lopez focuses on Adjunct Professor of Creative Writing Angela Thomson-Brenchley during an Introduction to Creative Writing class session where students took inspiration from Danny Shain’s “Labyrinth and Vicinity” exhibit. Shain’s atmospheric paintings serve as a representational abstract visual aid for the class to use as motifs for their poems. / photo by Audrey Gaudette
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