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Art exhibit considers our relationship to the sea

“Above & Below: Views from AltaSea's Blue Hour,” an exhibition at W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery on the Cal Poly Pomona campus,  is on display through March 31. 

The inevitable rise of A.I. art

Over the last few months, A.I. image generator websites like Midjourney, DALL·E 2 and many more have grown in popularity for their seemingly effortless way of conjuring up the most ridiculous prompts into crisp illustrations.

Ocean paintings highlight environmental pollution

Following her 20-year project of sailing across the world and painting every ocean, Danielle Eubank, artist and adjunct professor of communications, is exhibiting “One Artist Five Oceans” at Santa Ana College, now through April 7.

Senior project explores ‘The Latinx American Dream’

Senior public affairs major Priscilla Applebee shared the journeys of Latinx Americans in her senior project, “The Latinx American Dream,” which she released online over the course of May. 

Artist sails to paint the world’s waters

Danielle Eubank debuted her “One Artist Five Oceans” exhibit at C Gallery Fine Art in Long Beach during an opening reception on Saturday night, as part of the Long Beach Art Walk.

Eubank is first to paint world’s five oceans

A two-decade long journey has come to an end this spring for painter and adjunct professor in communications Danielle Eubank, as she completed her mission to paint the world’s five oceans.

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