Hofstra University’s FORM Student Gallery in Calkins Hall, South Campus, presents Venetian Fragments by Kat Deiner. Deiner, a senior from Doylestown, PA, has a double major in art history and fine arts, with a concentration in painting.
Venetian Fragments features a selection of oil paintings created by Deiner while on a week-long field study in Venice, Italy. Deiner says the inspiration for her works was “the quiet hidden canals and streets of Venice unnoticed by busy tourists” and “the color sensations of Cezanne and Van Gogh’s paintings.” After graduation, Deiner will continue exploring the world with the intention to further discover her artistic passions and prepare for graduate school.
Venetian Fragments is on display through Sunday, September 21.
The FORM Gallery is located on the first floor of Calkins Hall, South Campus. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information call the Department of Fine Arts, Design, Art History at 516-463-5474.
Hofstra student Cassidy Lang contributed to this story