Black-and-white photography exhibition in Borland Gallery

January 31, 2012

"An Intimate Exhibition," an exhibition featuring photographs by Jenna Ferraraccio, 2011 Penn State University graduate with a bachelor of arts degree in integrative arts, will run Feb. 6 to 17, in the Borland Gallery, Room 125, on the University Park campus. Gallery hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Ferraraccio describes her exhibition as “a series of abstract, black-and-white photographs that explore the relationship between the natural and human landscape.”

A native of DuBois, Pa., Ferraraccio was always involved in some aspect of art, but two years ago turned to photography as her medium of choice. In describing her motivation behind her current exhibition, she states that she works with the human body “because it is ordinary and unique at the same time.” “I use my own body in my work to deepen my connection with the photographs I create.”

Ferraracio plans to continue participating in group and solo exhibitions, while pursuing graduate studies to become a professor and professional artist.

  • 'An Intimate Exhibition' by Jenna Ferraraccio

    IMAGE: Jenna Ferraraccio

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Last Updated February 01, 2012