Harbor Gallery Presents: “The Triumph of Pan”

Office of Communications | December 01, 2014
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Image by: Kaitlen A. Sousa

On exhibit in UMass Boston's Harbor Gallery through December 11, "The Triumph of Pan" features the work of several UMass Boston students.

Lecturer in Art Zach Horn’s “Open Studio/Drawing 2” students drew their reactions and responses to Nikolas Poussin’s Baroque period masterpiece of 1636, The Triumph of Pan. Their charcoal works of animals, beasts, gods, goddesses, and rural scenes now cover the Harbor Gallery walls. You can see some of the works, which are eight feet tall, here. Each student contributed two mural pieces; there are 44 pieces in all.

"I'm so impressed with the drawings in the exhibition," Horn said. "The students are creative, for sure. But I'm even more impressed with their ability to bring such an ambitious goal to fruition."

The following UMass Boston students have their work featured in "The Triumph of Pan" exhibition:

  • Lyle Leonard Analetto
  • Peng Ao
  • Marisa Morgan Bresnahan
  • Tiffany Chen
  • Jade Tori Chin
  • Yoon Young Choi (Kis)
  • Alexander Grant
  • Kelsey Wells Hartwell
  • Tsz-Yu Huang
  • Vladimir M. Lewis
  • Jiacheng Li
  • Brenda Falcini Osta
  • Anne Louise Pellenq
  • Lisa Thu Phat
  • Inessa Pojidaev
  • Clariza Isabel Prieto
  • Kaitlen A. Sousa
  • Susan Tan
  • Julia F. Tripp
  • Paul T. Vu
  • Ruowen Wu
  • Xi Zhang

The Harbor Gallery is open Monday through Thursday from 1 to 7 p.m. on the first floor of McCormack Hall.

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