Several faculty members in the HCC art department recently had their work shown at gallery exhibits.
Two of McAfee’s pieces, “Lifeline” and “Innocence,” were on display from Jan. 13 – Feb. 16 at the Art Association of Harrisburg  as part of the “Figuratively Speaking” exhibit.
Haddock-Martenot’s work was recently exhibited as part of the Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon. The annual exhibition was on display from Jan. 28 through April 29 at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts . Haddock-Martenot had two pieces in this year’s show: “Rotunda” and “Sound.”
Haddock-Martenot also gave a lecture at the Antietam Photo Club on March 8.
Photo Caption: "Rotunda" by Audra Haddock-Martenot
Renner’s work was featured in “The Wyeth Family of Artists” show, which ran from Sept. 10 through Jan. 15 at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts . The show consisted of pieces of art from the Wyeth family which featured an egg tempera painting and watercolor by Andrew Wyeth, a painting by his father N.C. Wyeth, and two graphic pieces by Andrew's son, Jamie. The show also included works from Andrew's extended family and works by regional artists who have been influenced by Andrew's work.
Renner also served as a panel member for a gallery talk with the public, which was held on the final day of the show.
Renner and Rob Rock, another adjunct instructor at HCC, both exhibited work at the Washington County Arts Council  Gallery as part of the Third Annual Art Educators of Washington County exhibit. The Art Educators exhibit ran from Feb. 9 through March 6.
Salter exhibited work at several shows in the fall including the “Look Who’s Turning Twenty” show and the reception for the Mansion House’s anniversary.
Salter also exhibited two oil paintings at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts  as part of the Valley Art Association exhibition, which ran from Sept. 24 through Jan. 22. The two paintings that were shown included “Tom’s Cove” and “Yvonne.”
Bontempo will be exhibiting work at the Marin-Price Galleries  in Chevy Chase, Md. The sculpture exhibition will be held from Aug. 4 – Aug. 31. Bontempo will have seven sculpture pieces on display. The opening reception will be held on Sat., Aug. 4, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.