William Caterham '20
Ashley Jeffords '20
Merlyn Maldonado Lopez '22
Sarah Paul '22
James Raphaelson '21
Megan Reimer '22
Shannon Zeltmann '21
Tianrun Zhao '20
Under the direction of Professor Yan Sun, Art & Art History.
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Luxurious Surfaces: Chinese Decorative Arts from the Fifteenth to the Early Twentieth Century is a highly anticipated exhibition that highlights student learning in the art history program. The curators, William Caterham ’20, Ashley Jeffords ’20, Merlyn Maldonado Lopez ’22, Sarah Paul ’22, James Raphaelson ’21, Megan Reimer ’22, Shannon Zeltmann ’21 and Tianrun Zhao ’20, are students enrolled in the Art History Method class in Fall 2019. The exhibition examines the quintessential characteristics and the meaning of Chinese decorative arts embedded in the luxurious surfaces of sixteen carefully selected works from Gettysburg College’s Asian Art Collection.
Schmucker Art Gallery, Gettysburg College
art gallery, student curators, Gettysburg College, asian art, Special Collections
Caterham, William T.; Jeffords, Ashley E. M.; Maldonado Lopez, Merlyn I.; Paul, Sarah; Raphaelson, James H.; Reimer, Megan N.; Zeltmann, Shannon R.; Zhao, Tianrun; and Sun, Yan, "Luxurious Surfaces: Chinese Decorative Arts from the 15th to the Early 20th Century" (2019). Schmucker Art Catalogs. 33.