On view April 22 through May 13, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 22 | 5 p.m.
Student Artist Talks: Friday, April 28 | 2 p.m.
This eclectic group of seniors at California Lutheran University has curated an exhibition that challenges the mind, reflects reality, and inspires imagination. Works represent a wide variety of media, such as ceramics, charcoal, oil, watercolor, and digital painting. They have eight unique perspectives from eight completely different backgrounds. What they all have in common: shenanigans.
Brittney Bednar of Agoura Hills, CA, is inspired by country music and culture. Livia Bowman from Orange, CA, enjoys art and art history and creates works inspired by material culture that are intended for a domestic setting. Ronny Camacho specializes in figurative charcoal drawings, and is originally from Oahu, HI. Ryan Cohen is a painter and illustrator from Moorpark, CA, who illustrated a published children’s book. Ashley Cruz is an illustrator and painter from Simi Valley, CA, who enjoys working with a combination of watercolor, markers, and colored pencils to create portraits. Brianna Joyce Mercier, from Whittier, CA, uses her art to tell untold stories and engage in activism. Makenzie Perry of Thousand Oaks, CA, studies child development and works with children under age five; her work is inspired by these experiences. Katherine Reaves of Thousand Oaks, CA, enjoys singing, drawing, and crafting, and has started a non-profit organization, Sing for the Heart.
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