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‘Curatorial Studies Selects’ community art

'Curatorial Studies Selects' community art
Jasmine Martinez, senior architecture major at Mt. San Antonio College, explains the design of one of her three projects to George Assenelli, parent of one of the other artists, at the “Curatorial Studies Selects” show Monday in the Arts and Communications Building. The exhibit featured work by local artists and students who were selected by the Curatorial Studies class. Martinez used balsa wood,... 

Gallery blends multiple art forms

Gallery blends multiple art forms
Local artist Charles Fogg paints a portrait of Charles Davis, a 1948 University of La Verne alumnus, May 1 at Hillcrest Retirement Community. Hillcrest opened a gallery for the residents to showcase their creative works. The gallery included paintings, photography, knitting and sculptures. Fogg included two portraits that he had painted of some residents. / photo by Bailey Maguire Michaela Bulkley Staff... 

Photo exhibit celebrates everyday beauty

Photo exhibit celebrates everyday beauty
Stacey McCarroll Cutshaw, visiting professor of photography, speaks before the opening reception of “In the Mood: Photography and the Everyday” in the Carlson Gallery on Tuesday. This is the 25th anniversary and the 100th exhibition since the inception of the gallery. The photographers’ work reflects the way photography depicts and describes the daily conditions of life. Cutshaw chose the series... 

Carlson Gallery turns 25

Carlson Gallery turns 25
Stacey McCarroll Cutshaw, visiting professor of photography, and Kevin Bowman, photography department manager, rearrange thumbnails before installation of photographs for the “In the Mood: Photography and the Everyday” exhibit in the Carlson Gallery. This group exhibition marks the 25th anniversary of the gallery. Cutshaw will speak at 4:30 p.m. in the gallery on the ground floor of Miller Hall,... 

Viewers enter a realm of ‘Scientific Magic’

Viewers enter a realm of 'Scientific Magic'
Junior Brittney Britt and Professor of Humanities Alfred Clark discuss how the razor etchings on “The Falls III (Triptych)” create a three dimensional effect Tuesday during the Harris Gallery reception for “Scientific Magic.” The installation features Sarah Cromarty and Christopher Russell’s mixed media collaboration. Cromarty’s sculptural paintings and Russell’s photography parallel... 

‘Universe’ honors women artists

'Universe' honors women artists
Artist Rosa Elena Osicka discusses her work with Karen Feuer-Schwager, another artist featured in the 11th annual Women International Exhibit at the Latino Art Museum in Pomona March 14. Osicka’s piece, “My Own Universe – Autumn,” is a collage made of embroidery, lace, other fabrics and oil paints. The collage features nine trees, which Osicka has rendered to represent different facets of life.... 

Science of life meets ‘Essence’ of art

Science of life meets ‘Essence’ of art
Professor of Biology Christine Broussard explains to junior biology major Diana Gonzalez how “Limb Bud and Somites, 2003” is relevant to her classes Feb. 26 in the Carlson Gallery. The teal and purplish colors in Broussard’s image come from dyes that make it easier on the untrained eye to see the formation of a vertebrate limb beginning with a paddle. Broussard is one of nine University of La... 

Argentine art visits Pomona

Emily Lau Metro Editor The Latino Art Museum presented various artworks that celebrated Argentine heritage and culture, Valentine’s Day and love at two shows throughout February in the Art Colony in Pomona. The museum simultaneously held two exhibitions, “Pampa Mia: Arte y Diseño Argentino en Los Angeles” or “Pampa Mia: Art and Design of Argentina in Los Angeles,” and “Not Always Red.” “Pampa... 

Ceramic exhibit migrates to Pomona

Ceramic exhibit migrates to Pomona
“The Gestural Horse,” a porcelain piece by Shelley Simon, is featured in the exhibition “Southern Migration.” This traveling exhibit, which is at its final stop at the America Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, runs through March 29. / photo by Michelle Leon Lauren Crumbaker Staff Writer “Southern Migration,” an exhibit at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, displays artists’... 

‘Breaking Illusion’ explores science as art

‘Breaking Illusion’ explores science as art
Professor of Humanities Al Clark appreciates the integration of images by artist Jessica Wimbley in Belle 9B from The Belle Series, on Tuesday. The series part of “Breaking Illusion: Artists as Scientist,” at the University of La Verne College of Law in Ontario, California. Wimbley combines images of herself with other relatives with other historical stereographic images of native and black American... 
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