West Virginia University's Creative Arts Center featured an exhibit by the Master of Fine Arts students.
The exhibits hosted a closing reception Friday evening.
Artists from the school said it is a representation of all the work they've done through out their college careers.
Each artist at the school has their own style that they showcase in the exhibits.
"I draw cute animals as a way to make serious topics not be so serious," said Erica Passage, the artist who was featured Friday night. "It kind of plays with children's illustrations, cute, kitschy, things you find at a craft shop. That sort of thing."
All of the art that was displayed in Passage's exhibit will be on sale at the WVU Pottery Sale at the end of April.
Each week a new artist is displayed in the exhibit room.