Ancient burial art viewed

OSWEGO, NY – Roxanne Jackson of SUNY Oswego’s art faculty led her class on Chinese ceramic art to China during the college’s recent spring break.

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Ancient burial art

They are pictured with reproductions of some of the thousands of terra cotta warriors buried in 210 B.C. with Qin Shihuangdi, the first emperor of a unified China, at the tomb complex near Xi’an in western China.

Front from left are Jeremy Blackburn, Lu Tong, Brittany McCann, Caroline Hayward and Jackson.

In back from left are Amanda Mainville, Sarah Lisuzzo, Michael Korine and Desirae Collins.

Jackson, an artist who exhibits her own work nationally and internationally, did a residency last year in Jingdezhen, China.