Spectrum Student Art Exhibition
My works Freedom and Broken were chosen to be a part of an art exhibition at the Chicago Art Department. This is my first group show since I moved from Tallahassee Florida. The best part of it all was that the opening reception was on my birthday. Here are some pictures from the show. :)
My paintings Freedom and Broken:D
I was having a little too much fun:P
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Here are braided loofas that my visual arts class and I put together. My professor Alberto Aguilar also added the photographs that were taken through out the semester. I thought it was a nice touch to the art pieces.
This is one of the pictures that was included in the installation. It is a photograph that was taken during our visual performance on Lake Street. My classmates and I were tied up to each other with the braided loofas while crossing the street on our way back to Harold Washington College. I really like how we are all looking to the left at the same precise moment. It shows how connected we really were.
Close up of the wooden boards.
Below are the pieces that I liked at the show.
Ximena Martinez "Una Luz", Scratch board
Luise Morales "Ecstasy" Silver Gelatin Print 11" x 14"
Joseph Mora "Bang" and "Rocko" Mixed Media 20" x 16"
I hope you enjoyed viewing the art exhibition. :)