U of R presents annual senior art exhibition
University of Redlands will continue its tradition of showcasing senior art studio majors at its annual exhibition in the University Art Gallery on the main campus, now through April 25, from 1-5 p.m. Tuesday–Friday and from 2–5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
Graduating seniors showcased include:
- Spencer Scott, a graphic design major focused on branding and layout design. His project examines the nonfiction writing of his great-grandfather.
- Emma Tchen, a photographer focused particularly on self-portraiture which seeks to show her most vulnerable side.
- Kristyn Paez, a photographer whose work captures her own image and images of those closest to her, exploring how their relationships will change after graduation.
- Kat Balestrieri, a painting and photography major, will present a project that explores cardboard and its global prominence.
- Kate Stomber, a studio art major with an emphasis in graphic design and media and visual culture (MVC) whose work represents an interest in digital illustration.
- Sara DeVoe, whose focus is painting and illustration, will present a multimedia project encompassing paintings and digital comic illustrations to tell a story.
- Hannah Wampler, whose focus is multimedia process art, will present on mundane items that would normally be thrown away.
- Roberto Max Dyea, whose emphasis is in illustration and sequential art, will present on the daily struggles of Native Americans living in the aftermath of genocide.
- Julie Weaver Loffer, whose emphasis is oil painting, will present on Native and indigenous cultures.
- Melody Stier, whose emphasis is in painting and drawing, will present art that seeks to evoke something different for everyone while maintaining qualities of the original intent.
- Erin Tait, whose emphasis is photography, will present with a goal of capturing the natural beauty of models without sexualization or exploitation.
- Tiffani Moorehead, a graphic design major with a concentration on typography, print media, branding, and bookmaking, will present work that aims to produce visually interesting and artistic texts across multiple formats.