Get your art fix: Student work highlighted

 

 

 

Cal State LA’s College of Arts and Letters showcased photos, sculptures, paintings, fashion designs and other student work in a gallery in the Fine Arts building.

 

The exhibit brought in crowds of people: Some were relatives of students with art work displayed while others were faculty, staff and students on lunch breaks or between classes.

 

Some students said they left the gallery feeling inspired by their classmates, and may produce artwork or take a course to wet their appetite for creativity.

 

Those who participated in the exhibit were proud to see the results of the time, effort, and energy they put into the work.

 

In case you missed the exhibit, the UT has your back with a virtual tour.

 

Photo slide captions –

  1. Art lovers on campus and from the broader Los Angeles community visited the College of Arts & Letters showcase earlier this month. (Jesse Seo/UT)

 

  1. Part of a series of photos by Michaela “Soulfull” Reed, this modern-abstract photograph features a woman wearing a latex-like coat. Her outstretched arm dons a velvet glove and her skin glows as light illuminates her. (Jesse Seo/UT)

 

  1. Two young girls share a moment on a street curb on a sunny day. One girl looks into the distance as the other looks her way with excitement. The viewer might wonder: “What is she thinking or saying?” Photo by Michaela “Soulfull” Reed. (Jesse Seo/UT)

 

  1. A trio of abstract ceramic sculptures — black, red and white — stand about a foot tall from their podiums. The pieces, by Julian Macias, seem to change shape as one walks around them and views them from different angles. (Jesse Seo/UT)

 

  1. This sculpture of a woman with two red spears gives the appearance of a warrior. Art by  Piet Eppinga (Jesse Seo/UT)

 

  1. A series of paintings by Allison Harper of food and drinks leftover on a dinner table. (Jesse Seo/UT)

 

  1. A painting by Allison Harper of a bright yellow flower with a blue background, juxtaposed with a darker, upside-down counterpart. (Jesse Seo/UT)

 

  1. High-fashion pencil and ink hand illustration by Jenna K of a model dressed and accessorized. (Jesse Seo/UT)

 

  1. An ornate, mauve-colored silk satin Carmeuse and polyester lace dress by Julian Fakeye. (Jesse Seo/UT)

 

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