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Art Gallery

Student Art Show: Spring 2020



Student art collageThe college’s spring tradition of holding a student art exhibit will continue this year with a virtual exhibit in our online gallery. This year’s show honors the talent of 15 Visual Arts students and features more than 100 works of art. 

The students, their families, and the college community always look forward to celebrating this creative work, and now the event is even more accessible to all. In the past, the show was installed in the Art Gallery for the quarter, but this year the show will live in its virtual home, on the gallery website, through the end of summer.

This team effort of the college’s marketing department, Visual Arts department, and student staff heralds in a new concept for the Edmonds College Art Gallery. A special thank you to graduating student photographer, Lorenzo Townsend for documenting all of the artwork and making it visible.

We invite you to experience the artwork, read about the artists, and sign the online guest book… and check back later this quarter for the virtual release of Between the Lines 2020.



Artists

 

Sarah Beals

Sarah Beals

Between the Lines

Nature is fascinating and beautiful. I love to capture the “WOW” moments just as much as the “Aww” ones. I hope to rouse creativity or hope in people.

Kaitlyn Bonnel

Kaitlyn Bonnel

Pottery

Having always been a creative child she stumbled her way into ceramics as a sophomore in high school and has been hooked on clay ever since.

Pui "Renns" Che

Pui "Renns" Che

Between the Lines

I’m Pui Man Che (Renns), a visual communication program student. I’m an artist, and I am passionate about representation art, graphic and motion design, and videography. During the process of my study, I learned a lot about myself and how to communicate with people visually.



Matthew Clayton

Matthew Clayton

Interdisciplinary

Nature is one of my biggest inspirations because of all the colors you can find in it.

Khaliun Enkhbold

Khaliun Enkhbold

Interdisciplinary

The purpose of expressing emotions is to bring honesty and the truth of feeling, and that is what I love to see in people.

Austin Francis

Austin Francis

Digital Art

I grew up watching my grandmother and mom paint elaborate landscapes, animals, and all sorts of magical things.



Danni Hulen

Danni Hulen

Interdisciplinary

I draw the things I like and I’m glad people like the things I draw.

Mallory Kellum

Mallory Kellum

Photography

I continue to be drawn by the beauty that surrounds me.

Sam Kha

Sam Kha

Three-Dimensional Design

I have known Star Wars for the last 10 years and was inspired by many cool things presented inside that I wanted to create.



Lisa Laizure

Lisa Laizure

Interdisciplinary

Her work combines beauty and gore in a fascinating fusion of bloody disturbance and vibrancy.

Caroline Monson

Caroline Monson

Interdisciplinary

I like the idea of bringing imagination and color into every-day scenery.

Summer Nash

Summer Nash

Photography

Summer is a running start student and graduating senior from Lynnwood High School.



Darya Rakhatsevich

Darya Rakhatsevich

Between the Lines

Darya Rakhatsevich is currently pursuing her Associate in Technical Arts in Visual Communications. After graduation, she hopes to start a career working on print and web design.

Alex Sibuma

Alex Sibuma

Pottery

His inspiration comes from a life-long love of camping through the beautiful landscapes of Washington, Oregon and California.

Lorenzo Townsend

Lorenzo Townsend

Photography

So many people will pass right by these moments and never notice them, but if I have a camera in my hand, these moments will be captured and preserved.



Guest Book