Creative Arts Gallery

2022 Juried Student Exhibition

April 12 - 28, 2022

  • 7 April 2022
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2022 Juried Student Exhibition

College of the Redwoods presents the 2022 Juried Student Exhibition opening Tuesday, April 12 with the opening and awards ceremony online at 3:00 pm. This exhibition will feature outstanding examples of recent student work made in CR classes spanning multiple mediums including drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, and more. Juried by Brittany Britton. This year, the CR Art Gallery will offer two viewing options, in-person and virtual. Student work will be on display at the Art Gallery alongside an online rendition of the exhibit. Gallery visitors will be able to enjoy the wide variety of student work in-person as well as experience the exhibit online, attending the opening reception and award ceremony and viewing the artwork at www.redwoods.edu/artgallery 

College of the Redwoods, Del Norte Campus Student Artwork, Fall 2021

  • 9 December 2021
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A virtual exhibition featuring select artwork made by the students of the College of the Redwoods Del Norte Campus studying under CR Art Instructor, Gary Christensen. Students worked in various media consisting of drawing with graphite, ink, and charcoal as well as painting with pastels, acrylic, and watercolor. Participants chose their best artwork created during the semester to represent their final and be exhibited in this show.

Imagination and Crisis

August 30 - October 14, 2021

  • 26 August 2021
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Imagination and Crisis

College of the Redwoods presents Imagination and Crisis: New Paintings by Bryce Speed, an exhibition of environmentally themed abstract paintings by Alabama-based artist Bryce Speed. In conjunction with the exhibition, a Zoom gallery walk-through and live Q&A by the artist will take place on Monday, August 30 from 6:00 - 7:30pm Pacific Time. Visit this link to register for this free public event.

In describing the paintings and large-scale wall works in this exhibition, the artist Bryce Speed asserts that the natural world provides many visual analogies for the great depth and mysteries of the human mind. His paintings metaphorically illustrate the fluid topographies, discontinuous scales, and subjective color relationships of the evolving self in relationship to a changing climate. In particular, his imagery references our planet’s increasingly stressed and provisional water systems. The artist also embraces the possibility that painting can connect form and idea via a visual language unique to the medium.

2021 Juried Student Exhibition

April 13 - May 13, 2021

  • 6 April 2021
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2021 Juried Student Exhibition

College of the Redwoods presents the 2021 Juried Student Exhibition opening on April 13. The virtual reception and awards ceremony was on April 13, 3:00 pm. This online exhibition of student work features outstanding examples of recent student work made in CR classes spanning multiple mediums including drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, and more. View image gallery.

2021 Faculty Exhibition

February 23 - March 25, 2021

  • 15 December 2020
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2021 Faculty Exhibition

The College of the Redwoods Art Gallery presents the Art Department 2021 Faculty Exhibition, opening online February 23 and featuring work by Natalia Margulis, Shannon Sullivan, Tova Lund, Benjamin Funke, Lindsay Lacewell Kessner, Gary Christensen, and David Wilson. View image gallery.

The 2021 Faculty Exhibition allows viewers to virtually explore images of paintings, sculptures, ceramic, jewelry and photography, reflecting the diverse ideas and media that CR art faculty use within their individual studio practices. The artists present a range of visuals from luminous photography, intricately subtle sculptures, to boldly abstracted forms. This exhibit offers the opportunity to connect and learn from practicing professionals and demonstrates how these instructors integrate their artistic inquiries into their courses. The work exhibited exemplifies the skills and commitment required for relevant and rigorous contemporary art-making, particularly given the challenges of the ongoing pandemic.

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