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Student Artists Piece Together Another Mealtime Mosaic

Delicious artwork is served!
Delicious artwork is served!
A mosaic overflowing with healthy options
A mosaic overflowing with healthy options
Within each piece, the artists’ names can be found.
Within each piece, the artists’ names can be found.
A scoop of summertime
A scoop of summertime
Brianna M. Young, a Residence Life summer conference assistant, stops by Dauphin (with a Popsicle in hand) to check out the new works of art. Young is a senior in building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration hailing from Fayetteville, N.C.
Brianna M. Young, a Residence Life summer conference assistant, stops by Dauphin (with a Popsicle in hand) to check out the new works of art. Young is a senior in building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration hailing from Fayetteville, N.C.

A hungry handful of awesome art has been served up by campus artists at the Capitol Eatery in Dauphin Hall. Six mosaic pieces – a spoon, fork, knife, plate of pancakes, ice cream cone and bowl of fruit – now grace a corner of the cafeteria. The artistic effort was led by David A. Stabley, instructor of ceramics and wood sculpture, and showcases the talents of 11 students enrolled in the Art of the Mosaic course during the Spring 2016 semester. The student artists are: Shakira E. Alleyne, of Brooklyn, New York, enrolled in individual studies; Kaitlyn L. Andersen, Mastic, New York, nursing; Delaney W. Blubaugh, Waynesboro, technology management; Rachel A. Eirmann, Bellefonte, individual studies; Leslie M. Medina, Kennett Square, dental hygiene: health policy and administration concentration; Morgan L. Royer, Spring Mills, graphic design; Haley J. Singer, Bellefonte, graphic design; Alayna C. Thomas, nursing, South Williamsport; Amanda M. Turner, Dover, graphic design; Henry M. Velez, Milford, residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration; and Ryan S. Wilk, Coal Township, pre-nursing. Crissy L. McGinness, director of dining services, arranged for the artwork as she did for another creative cutlery project crafted by welding students and installed in the Keystone Dining Room in May.

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