Todd Christensen’s installation is among the fine arts faculty work featured in an art exhibition that closes Oct. 13.

Las Vegas, N.M. – Highlands University fine arts faculty work is featured in an exhibition that closes with an artist’s reception Oct. 13 from 4 – 6 p.m.

The exhibition is in the university’s Burris Hall Gallery at 903 National Ave.

Todd Christensen’s printmaking, David Lobdell’s sculpture, Shereen Lobdell’s pottery, and Jim Cohen’s jewelry and metalsmithing are part of the exhibition.

“In this exhibition, we try to be good examples of what we teach,” said David Lobdell, who chairs the Visual and Performing Arts Department at Highlands. “Even though we may teach within a certain discipline like printmaking, sculpture, ceramics and metalsmithing, our work comes together with a broader vision in mind that transcends individual disciplines.”

Lobdell said the exhibition showcases the versatility of the fine arts faculty to also teach courses in drawing, design and art history.