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Seventy Point Nine Miles North
February 3, 2006

Works by the studio art faculty at Eastern Washington University are on exhibit through Thursday, Feb. 16, at the CUB Gallery. Hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Mon.-Fri.

Art museum echoes with sound of sculpture
February 3, 2006

“Soundworks” by Seattle sculptor and composer Trimpin will be on display Feb. 17-April 9 at the WSU Museum of Art in Pullman. The artist, who legally shortened his name to Trimpin, will give a walk-through tour of the exhibit at noon on Friday, Feb. 17. An artist’s lecture and public reception will follow at 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center auditorium.The artist researches and conducts experiments in musical, acoustical and sound sculpture design. Because of his innovative work in music composition, computer technology and design, he received a MacArthur “Genius” grant in 1997.Trimpin’s “Sheng High,” a recently completed installation, will turn the entire … » More …

Floral photographs on display at WSU Vancouver
October 18, 2005

A collection of floral photography from artist Trish Reynolds will be on display in the Student Services Building gallery at Washington State University Vancouver from November 1, 2005, through January 9, 2006. The images displayed in the exhibit are inspired by the textures, color combinations, and forms of flowers. Brilliant colors and incredible detail are featured in the images, and, as Reynolds notes, “What I find when I look into the depths of flowers motivates me to capture some of Mother Nature’s finest work and to share it with the rest of the world. It often seems that there is little time to notice, let … » More …

Compton Union Gallery to host jewelry exhibit
September 13, 2005

“The Brilliant Body: Jewelry as Adornment” will be on display at the WSU’s Compton Union Gallery Oct. 3-23, 2005. This exhibition of jewelry was created by Pullman artists Prisha Brown, Jan Dobrowolski, Theresa Harkins, Anna-Maria Shannon, and Ingrid Weber.The Compton Union Gallery features work by local and visiting artists, special traveling exhibits, and displays of an educational and informative nature. Located at the east end of the Compton Union Building on the first floor, the gallery provides an informal and easily accessible art experience. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., and admission is free.

Museum employee hosts one jewel of an exhibit
September 2, 2005

Original jewelry — the thesis exhibit of Anna-Maria Shannon, master of arts student and Museum of Art assistant director — will be on display at the CUB Gallery Sept. 13-30.The works are inspired by religious jewelry from faiths such as Hinduism, Christianity, Islam and Wicca.“My research is based on the significance of the symbolic nature of the original works,” Shannon said. “The exhibit is the physical manifestation of my research for the last 2 1/2 years. I’ve taken the spiritual elements of the original works and created a line of jewelry called ‘The Divine Line.’”The gallery, located at the east end of the CUB on … » More …

Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition begins April 8
March 21, 2005

The Washington State University Museum of Art, in collaboration with the fine arts department, will present The Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, April 8-May 8. The exhibit will feature an opening reception beginning at 7 p.m. on April 8.MFA student candidates will present works from a variety of media including drawing, mixed-media, painting, photography and sculpture. The exhibit will feature works covering a wide range of subject matter, content, and styles.This year’s group of MFA candidates includes Roxann Burger, drawing; Roark T. Congdon, sculpture; Scott Hagel, painting; Tia-Maria Holler, mixed-media; Jason Lascu, sculpture; Nathan Lunstrum, photography; and Danella Thompson, sculpture.”The MFA students have spent … » More …