Walls of well-wishers line architecture seniors' home stretch
– Photos by Cindy Davis Meixel, writer/photo editor
Penn College President Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour and her grandson, Beckett, enjoy a stroll through the gallery.
Alejandro F. Huaman, of Dingmans Ferry, guides guests through his bank project.
David T. Hornak, of Spring Mills, shows his family the model for “Noche Verde,” a bohemian hostel in Barcelona, Spain, a project he worked on with two other seniors.
Artistic exchange is bookended by gallery walls.
The Gallery at Penn College offers a pleasing space for inspiration and conversation.
Visitors discuss students’ explorations of a Guggenheim Museum in Helsinki.
With the gallery lobby filled with work by two art faculty, food for the reception was moved into the main space. Rob A. Wozniak (in white shirt at right center), associate professor of architecture and planned August retiree, talks with a guest.
Spatial explorations – in more ways than one
Declan W. Gatchell, of Manchester, poses proudly by his modern art museum project.
Complete with interior lights shining, “L’Hostal Del Raval,” a bohemian tower in Barcelona, Spain, was designed by Megan A. Bugbee, Geneseo, N.Y.; Marcie M. Harman, Nescopeck; and Jason R. Hollenbach, Reading.
Hollenbach enjoys the moment with his mother.
Photo-op time! Students pose with instructor Daniel L. Brooks (in center, at left).
Reed, who will assume the Penn College presidency effective July 1, invokes a moment of silence for the students’ classmate, Ashley Gentile-Wing, who died in a March vehicle accident.
A lineup of pure talent and potential – the soon-to-be-graduates take center stage at their exhibit.
Addressing the students, Jabbour (at center with microphone) urges the students to “cherish this moment.”
Huaman enjoys the spotlight as the students take turns introducing themselves and sharing their future plans.