The Albion Review, a national literary journal, featured the works of Morehead State University art and design alumni Saule Gollihue (Class of 2022) and Kaylee Thornsberry (Class of 2021).
Gollihue and Thornsberry had one of their pieces chosen for the journal, making it two of the eight visual art pieces selected for the 2022 issue, available at https://albionreview.com.
Gollihue graduated this month with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in art with minors in photography and history. She plans to continue her studies and get a Masters of Fine Arts in photography. Thornsberry graduated with a BFA in Art in December 2021. She currently owns a studio in Morgan County.
The Albion Review is a national literary journal based at Albion College in Albion, Michigan. It features works of short fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction and visual art.
“The high level of creativity and skill in the visual work of Saule and Kaylee is evident by her selection for national juried publication among their undergraduate peers,” said MSU art professor Lisa Mesa-Gaido. “Their submission work for the journal also demonstrates the support students in MSU’s Art & Design program receive from faculty, who prepare them as artists, as well as educate and encourage them to take advantage of many opportunities. professionals.”
To explore MSU’s Department of Art and Design programs, visit www.moreheadstate.edu/art, email [email protected], or call 606-783-2766.
Photos: Pieces by MSU art alumni Saule Gollihue (“Unrecognized Clarity”, woodcarving, top right) and Kaylee Thornsberry (“Aileene”, mixed media, bottom right) were selected for the national literary journal The Albion Review.