Assemblyman Anthony Bucco continues to support the creative talent of students at County College of Morris (CCM) by exhibiting their artwork at his Randolph office.
For the latest exhibit in Bucco’s office, CCM photography Professor Hrvoje Slovenc had his color photography class put up their work for display. Keeping with the theme of displaying local settings, Professor Slovenc asked his students to shoot photographs representing scenes from Morris County.
The work of five students was selected to be displayed in the reception area of Bucco’s office. Those students are Amber Johnson of Stockholm, Salome Escobar of Chester, Allie Erhard of Netcong, Michael DiCola of Flanders and Nigel Pierson if Hackettstown.
The exhibition, which will be on display through June, is the result of a partnership Bucco established with the Visual Arts department at CCM to display student artwork representing the county in his office. This is the third set of CCM student artwork that is being displayed in his office.
Also on display in the Assemblyman’s office is a collage painting by CCM Adjunct Professor Leah Tomaino.