Three seniors in the Sam Houston State University studio arts program will present their work in “Movement,” a show opening today at the Student Satellite Gallery.
Trey Goloby, Tania Villman and Melly Rae will present their work, which varies in medium and inspiration, throughout the week at the gallery, located at 1216 University Ave. in downtown Huntsville.
Goloby is pursuing a bachelor of fine arts in studio arts with a concentration in drawing and painting. His work portrays the psychological suffering and condition of the mind, pertaining particularly to his interpretations of the world, according to the gallery’s website.
Villman centers her work on various aspects of jellyfish. Using attributes, such as texture and transparency, she creates graphic design-like images with organized and planned-out markings.
Villman plans to receive her teacher certification after graduating in December with a BFA in studio art and a concentration in drawing and painting.
Rae’s work deals with secrets, sexuality and intimacy, using watercolor and pen illustrations. She currently resides in The Woodlands and creates work with a soft and delicate quality that enhances and contrasts the piece’s subject matter.
The exhibition runs today through Saturday with an opening reception tonight from 5-7 p.m. The gallery is open Thursday through Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.