The second installment in the Harris Projects series is here and it features the works of David Minnery, a University of La Verne graduate.
The first exhibit, “Paintings” to ever be featured at the Tall Wall Space in the Arts and Communications Building opened Thursday, with work by artist Joy Bertinuson.
“Natural Architechtures,” the newest exhibit to arrive at the Irene Carlson Photography Gallery in Miller Hall, is full of shots of nature to visually stimulate. Photographed by artist Phil Bard, the exhibit features pictures of nature at its finest.
On Tuesday, students and faculty met for the first time this year in Founders Hall auditorium to listen to Jesus scholar John Dominic Crossan speak about his experiences with religion and early Christianity.
At first glance, they look like simple photographs of plants in a backyard, garden or park. However, these black-and-white pictures strive to tell a much deeper story.
All eyes are on you upon entering the room. Walking in you feel their eyes burning holes into your body. Tons of them just staring out at you through whatever it is that is shielding their eyes. Masks are the latest spectacle to see at the dA Center for the Arts in the Pomona Arts […]
The latest exhibit to arrive at the Harris Art Gallery at the University of La Verne is appropriately titled “Informants.”
Student art is being featured now in the “Black and White Silver Halide” photography exhibit at the University of La Verne Irene Carlson Gallery through Friday, Sept. 21.
James Linker uses handmade paper and a computer to create dream-like images out of ordinary scenes.
When entering the Track 16 gallery at Santa Monica’s Bergamot Station, one cannot help but get a sense of eeriness at the various displays of graphic paintings, photographs, and videos that instantaneously scream out in the “Capital Art” exhibition.