Seniors show art projects

Alessandro Ismerio-Gonzalez reenacts his pose for artist Emily A. Van Der Linden next to her paintings during the opening reception for “Incandescence,” the 2024 art department senior project exhibition, Tuesday at the Harris Gallery. Van Der Linden’s art collection featured 13 paintings, each portraying people from her life who inspire her. The vibrant colors and intimate details in her work provided viewers with insight into these unique personalities. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz
Alessandro Ismerio-Gonzalez reenacts his pose for artist Emily A. Van Der Linden next to her paintings during the opening reception for “Incandescence,” the 2024 art department senior project exhibition, Tuesday at the Harris Gallery. Van Der Linden’s art collection featured 13 paintings, each portraying people from her life who inspire her. The vibrant colors and intimate details in her work provided viewers with insight into these unique personalities. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz
Gallery visitor Tony Carranza, senior biology major Mackenzie Castaneda-Childress, master’s in business administration student Brenna Jaime and junior information technology major Eric Chelette view senior studio art major Vanessa Daniels artwork titled ‘buuubly’ during the opening reception for “Incandescence,” the senior art exhibit at the Harris Gallery. According to the artist, the work serves as a tribute to their ADHD for contributing to their artistic endeavors. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz
Danny Zeng, NMR instrument technician for the chemistry department, is captivated by senior studio art major Luis Carranza Bravo’s painting “Contained” Tuesday at the opening reception for the senior art exhibition, “Incandescence,” at the Harris Gallery. Zeng said he appreciated the use of mixed media in the artwork featured throughout the exhibition. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz

Ayalen Ortiz, a freshman art major, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine. He has past experience with graphic design, fine arts and video editing.

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