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.
Members from the University of La Verne Art Department highly acclaim junior Christine Wichert for her ability to constant dedication to art. She has also recently had some of her works publicly displayed.
Freelance photographer Julie Brown captures intense moments before a wedding and children’s emotions while boxing in a project titled “Simple Gifts.”
Perpendicular lines bisect several series of parallel lines, forming right angles and giving structure to an otherwise abstract form. Its conceptual design pushes the limits of its given time period, and today’s architectural standards.
Montana, California and other parts of the Southwest came alive in the watercolor paintings of James Fuller’s “Mountains and Rocks” on Tuesday, Feb. 27. At 5 p.m., professors, students and art lovers enjoyed a lecture from Fuller that detailed his work and the process of how he eventually put it into context.
A room filled with history, legacy, and power interpreted through photographs is the scene at The Getty Center’s new exhibit “Mexico: From Empire to Revolution,” showing Oct. 21 through Jan. 21, 2001.