Sarah Normant with one of her sculptures on display

GLENVILLE, WV - The works of Glenville State College senior art majors Sarah Normant and Elora Shock will be on display at the GSC Fine Arts Gallery beginning Monday, November 18th until Friday, December 6th.

Normant, who is from Glenville (Gilmer County), West Virginia, will be showcasing a selection of sculptures and paintings. Her sculptures are made out of a variety of materials including glass, wire, and other recycled materials.

Normant's paintings combine different textures and colors to recreate old memories. "I've always loved recording a memory by drawing or painting it. I like that if I look at my paintings, I can re-experience and relive memories from my past," said Normant.

Elora Shock standing next to her self portrait on display

Shock, who is from Rosedale (Gilmer County), West Virginia, will be showcasing portraits using different materials. "I love portraiture so I decided to showcase all the different types of portraits that I have created to represent the differences in people.

This series represents that people are physically different but emotionally the same. This combination is expressed through different objects and colors," said Shock.

The exhibit is open to the public Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and one hour before all GSC Fine Arts events. For more information about the exhibit or the art gallery, contact GSC Assistant Professor of Art Liza Brenner at Liza.Brenner@glenville.edu or (304)462-6346.

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