A collection of pots, some displaying messages of Death and sentiments towards Nuclear Power.
The fine arts faculty at Saddleback College presented a wide-variety of works this week at the Art Gallery.The exhibit includes pottery, paintings, sculptures, and avant-garde works, all produced exclusively by our faculty.
The diversity of the works presented not only highlighted the creative prowess of the instructors, but also the wide variety of courses and disciplines a student can learn here at Saddleback. Everything from printmaking and sculpting to photography, video and audio are represented.
Some of the centerpieces from the event include “Train”, a two-minute and
six-second multimedia loop of a roaring subway, and “Diversity”, a massive clay sculpture of twisting forms.
Other more traditional works are being presented, such as portraits and photography, but the exhibition as a whole trends towards a more modern feel.
The exhibit runs from February 12 –
“Diversity”, one of the works featured at this month’s Faculty Art Exhibition
March 14 at the Art Gallery in the Fine Arts building, and is open from noon to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and from noon to 8 p.m. on Thursdays; the gallery is closed on Tuesdays. Admission is free.
The art at this month’s exhibition ranges from fantastic and whimsical in nature, to more serious portraits.