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"SMFA Traveling Scholars" in the Foster Gallery presents recent work by five graduates of the School. All are working in a strong, individual style that is continually evolving.

Bethany Bristow is a tourist memorializing her travels in emotional self-portraits. N. Sean Glover creates a universe inspired by the thinking of seventeenth-century astronomer Thomas Wright, further developed by Immanuel Kant. Audrey Goldstein makes complex devices that suggest a resolution of the mind–body relationship. Aric Mannion is on a quest to illustrate the sublime as H. G. Wells's Dr. Moreau wanted to live it. And Asuka Ohsawa creates seductively charming images that mix black humor with social commentary.

Bethany Bristow
Fifth Year Certificate, 1994
Diploma, 1993

N. Sean Glover
Fifth Year Certificate, 2005
Diploma, 2004

Audrey Goldstein
Massachusetts College of Art (MFA, 1999)
Tufts University, in partnership with the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (BFA, 1977)

Aric Mannion
Fifth Year Certificate, 2005
Diploma, 2002

Asuka Ohsawa
Tufts University, in partnership with the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA, 2002)
California State University (BFA, 1998)