Faculty art featured in Archer gallery

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Faculty art featured in Archer gallery

There are also drawings and sculptures along the walls of the gallery, such as Sue Sullivan and Jerilyn Joel's pieces.

There are also drawings and sculptures along the walls of the gallery, such as Sue Sullivan and Jerilyn Joel's pieces.

Photo credit: Helena Heslov

There are also drawings and sculptures along the walls of the gallery, such as Sue Sullivan and Jerilyn Joel's pieces.

Photo credit: Helena Heslov

Photo credit: Helena Heslov

There are also drawings and sculptures along the walls of the gallery, such as Sue Sullivan and Jerilyn Joel's pieces.

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Archer faculty members’ art work is currently displayed in the gallery area outside of the library for the faculty art show. The show has been up since the beginning of the school year.

The gallery showcased works created by Marya Alford, Chad Attie, Kate Burns, Stefanie Daehler, Theresa Dahlin, Reed Farley, Cushman Gillen, Jerilyn Joel, Karen Pavliscak, Luke Robertson, Emily Silver and Sue Sullivan.

One of Archer librarian Stefanie Daehler’s photographs features a stream and rocks from the Western Slopes of the Chugach mountain range in Alaska. Daehler took the photo while on a faculty trip with the National Outdoor Leadership School. If she had to caption the photo, Dealer says she would call it “Night Time Stillness In Alaska.”

“I think it’s great that the teachers are being featured in their own show. They get a chance to show their own talents to their students,” Anabel Robertson ’17 said.

Below is a gallery of some of the work on display. Click on an image to begin the slideshow.

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  • Silver calls her creation "Aftermath." She created it from a clip of a video she made and then painted. Painting by Emily Silver.

  • Daehler took a close-up photo of a wild bear on her NOLS trip over the summer. Photographer: Stefanie Daehler.

  • Daehler captured this photo of the Church Mountain Range on the faculty NOLS trip. Photographer: Stefanie Daehler.

  • Silver's photo of a sculpture she made by hand at Joshua Tree. Photographer: Emily Silver.

  • Silver's second photo of the same sculpture to see how it aged over the course of several months. Photographer: Emily Silver.

  • Dahlin's photo of the Jade Buddha Temple in Shanghai. Photographer: Theresa Dahlin.

  • Burns' photo of Leadmine Pond in Sturbridge, Mass. Photographer: Kate Burns.

  • Gillen's photo of a wave. Photographer: Cushman Gillen.

  • Dahlin's photo of the famous 5,500 mile Great Wall of China on her trip to Asia. Photographer: Theresa Dahlin.

  • Gillen's photo of an open shell he found on the beach. Photographer: Cushman Gillen.

  • Robertson's colorful piece is comprised of many smaller photos. Art piece by Luke Robertson.

  • Attie's photo of a sculpture he calls "The Gold Island." Photographer: Chad Attie.

  • Attie also took a photograph of his 6-inch deep assemblage of the sea. Photographer: Chad Attie.

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  • Daehler captured another photo of the colorful sunset at the Chugach Mountain Range. Photographer: Stefanie Daehler.

  • Daehler also took a photo of Lake George on her trip which is in the center of the Chugach mountain range. Photographer: Stefanie Daehler.

  • Daehler's photo of the sun going down in Alaska. Photographer: Stefanie Daehler.

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