Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Annual Student #Artshow at #LynchburgCollege


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One afternoon, I have attended the Senior Art and Annual Student Art Show at the campus of Lynchburg College (now recognized University of Lynchburg) to see the various 2D and 3D artwork done by student artists! First, I review the artwork done in the sub-level of the Art Department building!

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I enjoyed the details of the graphic design promoting childhood cancer by local student artist! Seeing the children's faces made giving more relevant instead hard number data!

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I know that my son, who love aquatic life and animals, would love this bowl of  turtle having fun in the bottom of coral reef! :)

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This student artist captured the beauty of the dessert in the picture (I have forgotten if this a photo or painting!)

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I got summer vibes by this photo of ladies enjoying their ankle bracelet and playing in the water!!

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I love this pottery sculpture and then how it was sliced, layered, planted with succulent plants for an unique 3D art piece! There were countless artwork on display by senior artists but I decided to list the ones that had my attention and curiosity! Afterwards, I continue upstairs in the art building towards the gallery to check out more student artwork!

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I had the pleasure of meeting the graphic artist who created a story about people surviving near the world's largest dump, written in English/Spanish, and her plans to get published or more in the entertainment field!

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This student artist/author/illustrator based this book idea from her childhood experience!

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The world of cosplay and creating costumes is huge, and just loved these costumes that these students are wearing the textures, colors, and design! No bikini warrior (or just plain NAKED) here in this student exhibit! There were more art displays but these artworks caught my attention and curiosity about why the artist created these pieces! Good luck to these artist and their future goals in the art world after Lynchburg College!



Until next time....

Ursula

aka Blueridge Beauty Blogger

1 comment:

  1. I love to go to student art shows and also Open Studios for working artists. I love the work you showed, Ursula. That planter is fantastic!

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