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10th Annual Art Show

The School of Medicine show, which features works by students, faculty and staff, is in the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center atrium through Friday, Feb. 21.

Photos by Robert Boston
Burhan Janjua, MD, a research fellow in the Department of Surgery, won runners-up honors at the art show for the painting on the left, titled "Nature." Steven Sorscher, MD, associate professor of medicine, painted the piece to the right, "The Warthog."

 

The art show draws the attention of passers-by. Shown are the works (from left): "Aperture," by medical student Tammi Cooks, and "Embracing Lovers," "Moonlit Cabin," and "Clematis and Butterflies," all by medical student Vovanti Jones. 

 

School of Medicine employee Keky Norman admires "The Cowboy," a painting by Steven Sorscher.

 

Shown are two pieces by Eric J. Tomko, a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics. On the left is "Hypothetical Protein," and on the right, "DNA Unwinding," which won runners-up honors.

 

"Great Lakes," by Erin Reinl, a graduate student in the Division of Biology & Biomedical Sciences, was crafted from salvaged ceramic and glass on oak. The artwork was awarded best in show. 

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