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Heed that clock on the wall … and other fleeting student creations


A working clock complete with a pendulum tracks time on a wall. The creation is by Lauren S. Herr, a construction management major from Lititz.
A working clock complete with a pendulum tracks time on a wall. The creation is by Lauren S. Herr, a construction management major from Lititz.
Skilled creations from wooded masks to ceramic “food” on plates
Skilled creations from wooded masks to ceramic “food” on plates
A carved “green man” by Sydney O. Powell, of Linden, graphic design
A carved “green man” by Sydney O. Powell, of Linden, graphic design
A corner of the gallery lobby beckons art explorers.
A corner of the gallery lobby beckons art explorers.
A ceramic “dessert” was created by Amber Kreitzer, an applied management student from Port Trevorton. Kreitzer earned an associate degree in baking and pastry arts in 2018.
A ceramic “dessert” was created by Amber Kreitzer, an applied management student from Port Trevorton. Kreitzer earned an associate degree in baking and pastry arts in 2018.

Oh, the creative spirit of the Penn College student! Artwork crafted by students in Wood Sculpture and Ceramics II and III classes decorate the lobby of The Gallery at Penn College. Instructor David A. Stabley says the masks “are all handcarved out of pine wood, and we start by taking some inspiration from African masks.” Catch the short show while you can! Stabley says his students will pick up their creations on Monday, May 6 – the first day of finals.

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Lenore Penfield,

These are wonderful! Glad to see our students being inspired by Dave Stabley’s fantastic work.

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