For all of you landscape lovers out there here is a classic scene for your enjoyment! This oil painting, “Shelf Cloud Release”, was done by Jennifer Bready. She has captured a marshland scene with clouds and a sunburst which illuminates the painting. What’s not to like? The Annual Juried Student Art Show has just a few more weeks left, so be sure to stop by before the last day!
Many of our students are multi-talented and submitted art in in different mediums. Highlighted in today’s post are three works currently on display in the Ross Gallery by Celia Elias. The first two many of our gallery visitors have found delightful, “Red Panda” and “Take Flight into the Sorrowful Night”, are both soft cut prints. The third, “Hidden Octopus Vessel”, is made out of clay. This piece, especially when viewed in person, gives the impression that an octopus is about to emerge from the jar at any moment.
There are only a few more weeks left until show comes down so be sure to stop by soon!
Light is an illusive subject that many artists try to depict in different ways. It is a poetic concept of light illuminating the darkness to make the unseen seen. This is challenging to portray, but when achieved it is very rewarding to the artist and the viewer. If you have stopped by the Ross Gallery to visit the Annual Juried Student Art Show, you will have noticed photography done by some of our talented students. Highlighted in this post are two photographs “Lustrous Glory” and “Burnout” by Tanner Sebren, who has successfully captured the beauty of natural and artificial light with his lens.