From July 18- September 2, local artist Randy Van Dyck will exhibit his art work in the Student Union Building (SUB) gallery on the second floor. His work is influenced by his sense of humor and love of birds. Van Dyck’s style consists of realistic depictions of birds with an array of colored backdrops. While incorporating surrealism and artistic narrative storytelling, Van Dyck will introduce his use of negative space. The Fine Arts department will host a reception in the SUB gallery to celebrate the art of Van Dyck’s work. The reception will be free and open to the public, with small refreshments available. It will take place on Aug. 29, from 4:30m pm to 6:30pm.