Spotlight on photography students Morgan Church, Heather Love and Hannah Taylor

Home of the Baba Yaga, © Morgan Church

The Department of Art & Design at ETSU recently had the pleasure of exhibiting work of some of the BA and BFA students in this semester's student exhibitions in the Slocumb Galleries.  A selection of images from each of these students is featured by second-year MFA Photo candidate Jordan Whitten. 

Morgan Church, BA

The Book, © Morgan Church

Morgan grew up in East Tennessee and has always loved the outdoors. Her work is based around the landscape of the region and her emotional attachment to the area.  She works with the palette derived from the landscape around her. 

All the Better to See You With, © Morgan Church 

Heather Love, BFA 

Hand, © Heather Love

Working as a secretary at the Quillen College of Medicine, Heather works near a simulation lab that consists of computer driven mannequins and other artificial anatomy that can be manipulated to simulated medical conditions and situations. Heather observes these practices and tools as more than just a means of instruction.

Chest Spring, © Heather Love
IV Check, © Heather Love 

Hannah Taylor, BA

© Hannah Taylor 

Hannah explores the body as a landscape studying the rocky terrains and soft marshes that can be the human form. She states, "When we view our bodies as landscapes, we are no longer seeing them through a social media filter. 

© Hannah Taylor

© Hannah Taylor 


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