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Home > Campuses & Centers > Loudoun > Academic Divisions > Communication and Human Studies Division > Art Program > Loudoun Campus Art Collection

Front of the Waddell building

Loudoun Campus Art Collection

Over the years the College has acquired an art collection by purchasing art work from student exhibits, guest artist shows and through donations from generous supporters of the art program.

The College owns about 30 works of art including paintings, prints, drawings, ceramics and outdoor sculptures. In 1983, Kenneth Lizzio donated fifty pieces of African art including masks, weapons, domestic objects and musical instruments. In 2008 the Humanities Department began purchasing significant modern chairs to use as teaching examples in the Interior Design and Art History programs.


Bill Shirley, View of Europe, Acrylic on panel, 1998 David Haberman, Fallen Garden VI, Intaglio, 1980 Jay Orbeck, First Wall of the Garden of the Hesperides, Charcoal on paper, 1990 Aaron Brophy, Fragmented Man, Clay, plaster, wood, acrylic, 2004 Fay Aufrect, Alvin Ailey Dancers, Woodcut, 1980 Theresa McFadden, Portrait, Intaglio print, 1985 Theresa McFadden, Shotgun Wedding, Intaglio print, 1985 Bill Shirley, Interior of Self (detail), Acrylic on vinyl, 1986 Brian Kirk, Untitled, Welded steel and enamel, 2004