The Malone Art Gallery


an exhibition showcasing our two digital arts majors and their senior portfolios.

Opening Reception on Thursday, April 21st from 6–8pm.
On display now through May 7th.

Azuré Nikole
Azuré Nikole is an artist that makes digital and graphic art. She also has a passion for hand-crafted projects such as flower shadow boxes. Azuré currently studies Digital Art and Marketing at Malone University, where she will graduate in May 2022. Azuré is currently the Print and Layout Designer for the campus newsletter. Her plans after graduation consit of working locally while she jump starts her art business called Rae’s Kreative Studio. Canton, Ohio, is her hometown but, she does not plan to stay here forever, she cannot wait to escape the Northeast Ohio weather!

Her work was recently sold at Malone’s First Annual Christmas Market and shown in a Digital Photography Exhibition at the Malone Art Gallary. She recently attended a Multi-Cultural event called Canvas and Convos where she led the event in painting silhouettes. If you want to read more about her check out her student profile on

Glendalynn Bergdorf
Glendalynn Bergdorf is currently studying Digital Arts at Malone University with an anticipated graduation in May of 2022. She also attended Lakeland Community College where she earned her associates degree in graphic design. Based in the Akron/Canton area, she works as a graphic designer at The UPS Store. Upon graduation, she hopes to become a full time graphic designer. Her art contains a wide variety of mediums, but she most enjoys digital art and video production with a focus in typography and layout design.

Glendaylynn’s work has been shown at the Lakeland Community College Visual Art Student Exhibition where she won the Outstanding Student award for her organic shapes composition and her type quote. She was also a part of the Malone University Open Fram Film Festival where she showed her documentary ‘Life with EE’ and was awarded Best Documentary.

Gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 11 am to 4 pm, or by appointment. The Gallery will be closed according to the University holiday schedule. Questions can be directed to Curator Emily Bartolone via email at The gallery is free and open to the public.