Oct. 27, 2004
The Lebanon Campus of HACC, Central Pennsylvania's Community College, will host an exhibit of prints by Lancaster artist Jandi Lea Goshert, Nov. 1-19, with a reception set for Thursday, Nov. 11, 7-9 p.m.

The exhibit, part of a season-long series, is co-sponsored by the Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts. The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public.

Goshert is a Fine Art graduate of the Pennsylvania School of Art and Design in Lancaster. She has exhibited extensively in the Northeast with award-winning results, as well as internationally as part of the Baren Printmakers Group. Her work is also included in the permanent collection of Oregon State University as part of this group. Goshert currently teaches figure drawing and relief printmaking for the Lancaster County Art Association.

She describes her work as a visual interpretation of reflections on everyday life. The complexity and unpredictability of life continue to astound her on a daily basis and feed her creative and communicative outlets.

Goshert's prints are somewhat abstract and allow plenty of room for interpretation. Often, when she begins a print, she herself is not sure of what exactly the piece means.

"One of the most intriguing steps in the entire art process is the interpretation that takes place after a piece is completed," she says. "Deciphering the images I've created is always a learning experience. It leads to a better understanding of self, which is always conducive to good things."

The last exhibit of the year at the Lebanon Campus of HACC will feature work by members of the Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts, Nov. 29-Dec. 17. A reception will be held Dec. 9, 7-9 p.m. The Lebanon Campus of HACC is located at 735 Cumberland Street in Lebanon.

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