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story.lead_photo.caption Works by William Woods University art majors is visible online in a virtual showcase at bit.ly/39Wuuh8. Photo by File photo

Works by William Woods University art majors are currently on display on campus only for students, faculty and staff to view.

Because of the pandemic, the Mildred M. Cox Gallery is not open to the public. Instead, the art is visible online in a virtual showcase.

The exhibition will run through April 20, giving students the opportunity to experience the gallery process and show off their work.

Photographs, sculptures, drawings, designs and prints are presented by WWU students Maddie Carlson, Lexi Epple, Rosemary Lenz, Elli Luebbert, Allison Peak, Madison Schutz, Audrey Stokes, Arien Roden and Madeline Trusty.

Roden contributed photography, portraits and abstract paintings. Schultz submitted graphic design and pottery. Lenz's work includes paintings, pottery and sculptures.

Stokes' work includes photography and digital creations. Luebbert's work includes digital pieces and photography. Carlson also contributed photography, including portraits and animal photography.

Trusty's work includes photography, graphic design and mandalas. Peak submitted her business card designs. Epple contributed graphic design, characters and Halloween illustrations.

For the William Woods community, the gallery is free and open noon-5 p.m. on weekdays and 1-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in the Mildred M. Cox Gallery in the Gladys Woods Kemper Center for the Arts.

To view the works online, visit https://bit.ly/39Wuuh8.

For information on purchasing a work from this exhibit, contact gallery director Charles Dodoo at [email protected]

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