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Visual Arts Center students, faculty paint to sacred Bach composition

Canvases came to life as students and faculty from the Visual Arts Center painted to the music of Johann Sebastian Bach. The finished artwork will be on display at the Roper Performing Arts Center on April 28 for Bach’s B-Minor Mass, performed by ensembles from the Juilliard School and Yale University. The paintings will be moved to the VAC on April 30, where they will be on display through May.

Student John Earle, who has two pieces in the show, will be painting live during the Sunday concert, which begins at 8 p.m.

The following students submitted pieces:

Laura Hollingsworth, “Basilica,” oil

Kaitlin DeMayo, “1792,” oil and mixed media

Jacqueline Perry, “1.6180,” oil and mixed media

John Earle, “Carom Bay,” oil and mixed media

Morgan Payne, “David,” oil and mixed media

Patricia Bowden, “Scientific Revolution,” oil and mixed media

Norris McLain, “Mass in B minor,” oil

Kyle Mullen, untitled, oil

Rosario Vinci, “Baroque Study of Life,” mixed media

Stephanie Ingram, untitled, mixed media

Emily Calimlim, untitled, watercolor

In addition, faculty members Corinne Lilyard Mitchell, James Bursenos, Pamela Barcita and Christina Rupsch submitted artwork.