‘New Histories’ creates layers of symbolism

Lynn-Marie Tapia and Brianna Avila, sophomore biology majors, observe pieces from the “New Histories” exhibition Tuesday in the Harris Gallery. The exhibit, which features work from artists Walpa D’Mark, June Edmonds, Asad Faulwell, and Erin Trefry, runs through Oct. 28. The artists all portray a theme of personal reflection through different art styles. / photo Jingyao Liang
Lynn-Marie Tapia and Brianna Avila, sophomore biology majors, observe pieces from the “New Histories” exhibition Tuesday in the Harris Gallery. The exhibit, which features work from artists Walpa D’Mark, June Edmonds, Asad Faulwell, and Erin Trefry, runs through Oct. 28. The artists all portray a theme of personal reflection through different art styles. / photo Jingyao Liang

Jingyao Liang, a junior business administration major and photography minor, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times.

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