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Waubonsee is hosting its annual art faculty exhibition through Jan. 14 at the Sugar Grove Campus.

Waubonsee Exhibit Features Faculty Work

A cast-iron sculpture of an Ivory soap bar sits atop a few folded cotton towels.
“OCD — The Soap That Floats Weighs Me Down,” a cast-iron sculpture by Danielle Barton, is one of the works featured in Waubonsee Community College’s annual faculty exhibit, which runs through Jan. 14 at the college’s Sugar Grove Campus.

Waubonsee Community College is hosting its annual art faculty exhibition through Jan. 14, 2012, in the Dickson Center’s Arrowhead Room on the Sugar Grove Campus, Route 47 at Waubonsee Drive. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday.

The exhibit features 23 works, including sculpture, ceramics, paintings, drawings and photographs. The 13 faculty artists include Danielle Barton, of Sycamore; Greg Binder, of Joliet; John Fu, of Palatine; Diana Gabriel, of Hoffman Estates; Wade Duerkes and Sherri Lerche, of DeKalb; Anni Holm, of West Chicago; Doug Jeppesen, of Sugar Grove; James Kearns, of Montgomery; Nate Mathews, of Bartlett; Mark Sheehan and Joe Turner, of Chicago; and Martine Stuckey, of Geneva.