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Digital art students showcase prints
May 26, 2008

VANCOUVER – WSU Vancouver students from the Introduction to Digital Media class are showcasing prints of their work in the Administration Building gallery through June 6.


For more than 10 years, students from the WSU Vancouver Fine Arts courses have mounted an end-of-year exhibition of their work.


Entry to campus exhibits is free. WSU Vancouver galleries are open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday.


This exhibit addresses the problem of abstraction, which places the emphasis on visual fundamentals such as … » More …

Modern patriotism featured in photo exhibit
November 9, 2007

RICHLAND – A third-grade research project on the American flag inspired photographer Rajah Bose to capture “The New Patriots,” a collection of photos that show how patriotic symbols are portrayed in everyday life throughout the Northwest.

The photo exhibit is open through Dec. 3 at WSUTri-Cities. The WSU Tri-Cities Exhibition Center is in the Consolidated Information Center, room 120, at 2770 University Drive, Richland.

Bose said that grade school assignment resulted in an essay on the Flag Code, which explains how the stars and stripes are to be displayed and treated. “These rules, which … » More …

Art exhibit features Intaglio Prints
April 3, 2007

VANCOUVER– A selection of intaglio prints from Washington artist Sarah Bolerjack is on display at Washington State University Vancouver in the Engineering Life Sciences building gallery until May 4. The intaglio printing process begins when Bolerjack incises her artwork into a copper or Plexiglas plate. The plate is placed in an acid bath to etch the lines deeper into the plate, and then the plate is cleaned off. Soft permanent pigment ink is pressed into the lines of the plate and wiped clean. A presoaked rag paper is placed over the plate, and an intaglio press is used to create the print. The pieces in … » More …

Fall exhibits feature art by Cipriano, Belinoff
September 26, 2006

VANCOUVER – Two new art exhibits will be displayed at Washington State University Vancouver galleries beginning in October. Nicole Cipriano’s collection of photographs will be displayed in the Engineering Life Sciences gallery Oct. 11 to Nov. 20 and a selection of works from artist Deanne Belinoff will be on display in the Student Services gallery Oct. 6 to Nov. 28.Belinoff combines plants and flowers, wax, pigment and graphite to inspire her work. Her exhibit combines a large installation of small encaustic pieces and a selection of other pieces including monotypes and mixed media work. Belinoff received her bachelor’s degree from California State Long Beach, and … » More …

WSU Vancouver exhibit features area photographer
August 3, 2006

VANCOUVER – An art exhibit featuring the work of noted regional photographer Jodi Tripp will be on display in the Washington State University Vancouver Engineering Life Sciences building gallery Aug. 16-Oct. 6.Members of the community are invited to attend an opening reception in the gallery, 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 24.The collection features a series of natural images from the Pacific Northwest and a series of colorful digitally enhanced images.Tripp’s interest in photography began at a young age, and she has worked as a professional photographer in different settings including events and portraits.Her work has been received successfully in a variety of photography competitions throughout the northwest and … » More …

Graduate art show displays variety of content, media
April 14, 2006

Graduate students will present their works of art at the annual Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, April 14-May 7, at the Museum of Art at WSU Pullman. The opening reception will begin at 7 p.m. Friday, April 14. A wide range of subject matter and style will be exhibited in a variety of media including ceramics, drawing, printmaking, photography and sculpture. “Each student is allowed to shine on their own, find their own path,” said Chris Watts , a professor in the Fine Arts department and this year’s graduate adviser. He has been the formal coordinator of the master of fine arts students for … » More …

Compton Union Gallery to host art exhibit
February 8, 2005

The Washington State University Health and Wellness Services and the Office of Campus Involvement will sponsor an art exhibit Feb. 8-25 titled “Get Real: Food, Media and Our Bodies” at the WSU Compton Union Gallery.”Get Real” will feature the artwork of Portland, Ore., artist Kelly Williams and California artist Robin Lasser. Williams tackles issues of beauty, body image and self worth in relation to American advertising and general media manipulation in her mixed-media series “Aprons and Ties.” Lasser will feature photographs of monumental sculptures called “Food Forks,” from her series “American Eats,” that replicates the mindset of individuals trying to find control in life through … » More …