Works by three Missouri Southern Bachelor of Fine Art candidates are featured in the Spiva Gallery of MSSU this week. 

The annual show features works by graduating seniors as part of their Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design requirements. The exhibit, which will be on display through Friday, April 27, includes works by Sarah Aggus, of Diamond; Ellen Smith, Webb City; and Hunter Mills, Joplin.

Aggus’ exhibit explores how colors, music, meditation, and designs can improve our health and well-being. Euphoria is an app designed to assist people in alleviating daily stress and help achieve their own euphoria. 

Smith is exhibiting “Toepos” – a collection of sock designs that focus on the way geometric abstraction can capture the essence of a national park. 

Mills exhibit focuses on the visual identity he created for a fictional professional football team that is based in St. Louis, Mo The team’s logo, uniforms and promotional material are on display. 

Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. For additional information, please contact the Art Department at 417-625-9563.