Fine Art

‘Rush to Meaning’

Displaying one of her paintings in the “Rush to Meaning” series, Joella Jean Mahoney, professor of art, explains the use of diagonal lines to bring out the meaning of movement, energy and excitement.

Silly chairs sit well with sculptor Koon

Wearing paint-stained overalls, hiking boots and a ULV sweatshirt, senior art major Kathryn Koon describes the philosophy behind her senior show and the focus of her art work.

‘Mirrors’ merges art, film at MOCA

“Hall of Mirrors: Art and Film Since 1945,” showing at the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Temporary Contemporary annex in Los Angeles until July 28, explores the constantly-shifting relationship between the fine arts and motion pictures through a display including painting, sculpture, photography and film.

Bigornia finds art in ordinary objects

Trees. Cars. Cups. Mountains. To Jamie Bigornia, all of these things are art.

MOCA show exhibits avant garde lifestyles

“Social Documents: MOCA’s New Photography Collection” are prints which trace the evolvement of postwar American documentary photography from the 1940s through the 1980s.

Thefts prompt gallery camera installation

Theft and vandalism, which have disrupted the Irene Carlson Photo Gallery on the ground floor of Miller Hall, have prompted the installation of security cameras with the hope to lessen the risk of future crime.

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