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Art student presents “Abbadon's Vision,” opening Halloween

An Austin Peay student will offer an erratic cocktail of twisted wickedness with an exhibit opening on Halloween night.

Erica Krampitz presents Abbadons Vision Oct. 31-Nov. 5 in the Trahern Student Gallery, room 108. The exhibit features vivid color and charcoal drawings, as well as ornate ceramic sculptures.

The opening reception will begin at 6:30 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 31. Guests are welcome to attend in costume. The opening will feature food, drinks and music, as well as T-shirts, prints and pottery for sale.
An Austin Peay student will offer “an erratic cocktail of twisted wickedness” with an exhibit opening on Halloween night.

Erica Krampitz presents “Abbadon's Vision” Oct. 31-Nov. 5 in the Trahern Student Gallery, room 108. The exhibit features vivid color and charcoal drawings, as well as ornate ceramic sculptures.

The opening reception will begin at 6:30 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 31. Guests are welcome to attend in costume. The opening will feature food, drinks and music, as well as T-shirts, prints and pottery for sale.

“Abbadon's Vision” will be on display through Friday, Nov. 5.

This exhibit is intended for mature audiences only.

Krampitz, the daughter of Eric Krampitz and Maria Cardwell, will receive a Bachelor's in Fine Arts this December. She plans to pursue a career in fine arts and explore new mediums, such as the tattoo industry.
—Rebecca Mackey