Students use their cameras and paintbrushes to create experiences for observers.
This week’s student art galleries vary in style, but both convey very personal meanings.
The colorful ,60s inspired ceramics capture people’s attention while the powerful message captures people’s minds in this week’s student art galleries. Senior bachelor of fine arts student Corrie Wille produces art inspired by her struggle with depression.
Nestled on a vast nine-acre property, Matt Wedel works from a studio where he creates immaculate and colorful sculptures, largely reminiscent of the agricultural plains of Ohio. Although Wedel currently resides and builds sculptures on his acreage in Albany, Ohio, his roots as an artist were began at Long[Read More…]
In many art exhibits, it is the similarities in artwork that brings a gallery together. But for Long Beach State ceramics majors Althea Fultz, Corrie Wille and Yoon Hwang, the dissimilarity in their artistic styles brought their exhibit “Odd Things” to life. Approached by Fultz and Wille with the idea[Read More…]
Gallery “Odd Things” by Corrie Wille, Yoon Hwang and Althea Fultz showcases a broad range of work that the three believe to be very dissimilar in style. Due to the vast difference in artistic practices, the trio thought that the gallery would convey how ceramics could be used to create[Read More…]