Los Angeles is a vast city with a story on every street corner. For the next month, some of these stories will be shared with the La Verne community through the artwork on display in the Harris Art Gallery.
Local artist David Lindamood has been receiving positive feedback concerning his artwork from art connoisseurs throughout the country.
The African American Student Alliance held an art show in the West Dining Room March 13.
Almost 60 years after his father offered Gerry Pence his first camera, Pence is inspiring the University of La Verne community with his photography in the exhibit “Seeing Again.”
One cannot help but notice the intriguing art on the Tall Wall Space, which is part of a show called “Re-Connecting,” by artist Douglas C. Bloom.
After seeing Kevin Hass’ photographs at an art show, Gary Colby, professor of photography, decided it was time for the University of La Verne to start “Fnding Color.”
Eric Zammitt, artist and creator of “Particles and Waves,” is exhibiting his work at the Harris Gallery at the University of La Verne.
Eric Wahl visited the University of La Verne last week, using audio, video, and paintings to convey his message of inspiration to students and faculty in his show titled the “Art of Vision.”
The platinum/palladium photography of Michael Orona features landscape and architecture from around southern California. It is currently on display in the Carlson Gallery of Photography.
The new art exhibit displayed in the Harris Art Gallery incorporates the different methods art produces by using mundane materials as a source of art.