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A Prismatic Drudis Gallery experience

Written by Jessica Flores, Treasurer 

Step into the art department’s senior gallery show Prismatic and you’ll walk into a room filled with an array of unique work. Without a doubt, the artists’ work reveals a talent that must not go unnoticed.

Seniors debuted their projects on Saturday, April 23 which is a requirement for the Bachelors of Arts degree. Projects consist of black and white photography, acrylics on illustration boards, oil paintings, and much more.

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Christianna Loza’s “The Sasquatch of Camp Pine Trails”

Christianna Loza’s project “The Sasquatch of Camp Pine Trails” is a collection of acrylics on illustration boards. “I grew up going to camps and I even ended up working them for years [and] those memories really have stuck with me,” she said. “These beautiful landscapes of snow-capped peaks or towering trees feel like home and peace to me, it’s where I go when life gets stressful and has become where I go to paint in my room when getting outdoors isn’t possible.”

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Tanya Morales’s project “Inside”

Tanya Morales’s project “Inside” is a collection of a white gouache matte medium mixed with glow in the dark powder inspired by psychological disorders and wanting to bring awareness through her art. “The mirror pieces are a big part of the illustration because the viewer is able to be a part of the illustration by having their reflection shown. I want them to understand that this is a big issue that we need to help them and not discriminate because of their disorder,” she said.

You can take a deeper look at their work now at the José-Drudis Biada Gallery. Prismatic will be on display until April 30th. Let’s support our artists!

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