Wisconsin Lutheran College 2009 Senior Thesis Art Exhibition

Date Posted: March 16, 2009

MILWAUKEE – The graduating art majors at Wisconsin Lutheran College will present a final thesis exhibition beginning Friday, April 17 and running through Saturday, May 9. The six seniors will display a variety of artwork, including photography, acrylic and oil paintings and mixed media. Work will be on display throughout the Center for Arts and Performance building.

The exhibition includes: John Gaidosh Perceptions of Self – an autobiography of fiction and photography; Emily Goss Eccentric Complexions – figurative oil paintings with art history symbolism; Kjerstin Guldberg Impressions and Illusions – abstract acrylic paintings composed of organic shapes; Rachel Learman Soli Deo Gloria – acrylic paintings with a focus on symbolism of the early Christian church; Kari Slovik Marram Grass – acrylic paintings based of the habitat and sand dunes of Whitefish Dunes State Park; and Sarah Tullberg re (semblance) – whimsical pieces exploring the theme of identity in oil, acrylic and collage.

The 2009 Senior Thesis Exhibition is free and open to the public. An opening reception will be held from 6-8 p.m. on April 17 in the Center for Arts and Performance, 8815 West Wisconsin Avenue. For buildings hours and more information, call (414) 443-8873 or visit

Wisconsin Lutheran College is a four-year, Christian liberal arts college located on the west side of Milwaukee.

Samples of artwork:

Senior Thesis John Gaidosh image
John Gaidosh | Hi-res image 

Senior Thesis Rachel Learman image
Rachel Learman | Hi-res image 

Senior Thesis Emily Goss image 
Emily Goss | Hi-res image 

Senior Thesis Kari Slovik image 
Kari Slovik | Hi-res image 

Senior Thesis Kjerstin Guldberg image
Kjerstin Guldberg | Hi-res image 

Senior Thesis Sarah Tullberg image 
Sarah Tullberg | Hi-res image