Graduate Student LaMonique Adom Exposes her Inner Self in Exhibit
November 5, 2018
The College of New Rochelle is delighted to feature the work of graduate student, LaMonique Adom in the Mooney Center Gallery. Adom’s art exhibit is titled, “Exposed,” and is a collection of paintings and sculptures that capture aspects of her personality and unconscious mind.
Originally from Yonkers, Adom earned her bachelor’s degree from Penn State in art education. When she decided to continue her education, Adom took the advice of a former professor at Penn State and applied to CNR’s graduate Art Therapy and Counseling Program.
“Over the course of my time in the graduate art therapy program, I learned a lot about myself through in class directives, internship experiences, and my own personal therapy,” said Adom. “This exhibit explores all of the unconsciousness that I am now becoming aware of through my personal art and self-discovery. I am ‘exposing’ my inner self through the exhibit, allowing the viewers to see the various emotions and growth of me as an artist.”
Adom’s artwork will be on display in the Mooney Center Gallery until November 20th.
To learn more about the Art Therapy and Counseling Program or other graduate programs click here: https://www.cnr.edu/web/graduate-school/programs-of-study