Here is a slideshow that does the circuit around the Codrescu Exhibit. The shaded semi-circular windows add a shoji-screen effect. Although I enjoy playing with the shadows and reflections off the framed paintings, you'll be able to view each piece from several perspectives when here in person, including glare-free angles.
This exhibition is held in conjunction with Haiku North America 2015 and is co-sponsored by the Mandeville Gallery, the Department of Visual Arts, Asian Studies, and Interdisciplinary Studies.
p.s. Looking down from the Mandeville Gallery, near the end of my visit, I saw former Union College president Roger Hull (1990-2005) entering the building. (See the last photo in the Slideshow above.) Mr. Hull is credited with saving the Nott Memorial from demolition in the early 1990s, heading an $11 million restoration fund drive that culminated in the full restoration of the Nott in 1995. The story of the restoration of the Nott Memorial is told in this 8-minute video created by the College.