SO MUCH ABOUT PROCESS

Sylvania North View Gallery

Poster image of canisters of printing ink stacked on a shelf against a yellow green wall. Text on top in white says "2019 Sylvania Student Art Exhibition"; text on bottom in blue green says "So Much About Process."

May 23 to June 8, 2019
Awards Reception:  Thursday, May 23, 2-4 PM

Panorama installation view of art gallery with many artworks on the far wall in the background, on additional walls to the left and rights, and of several pedestals in the middle.

Panorama installation view of gallery with several artworks on the far wall in the background, on walls on the left and right, and on pedestals throughout the room. To the left is a freestanding artwork with windows behind it.

Participating Students
  • Ally Thompson
  • Amanda Cobb
  • Analisia Jaross (Hightower)
  • Apryl Dunlap
  • Ashley Moran
  • Carlos Rodriguez
  • Chella Foster-Flynn
  • Christie Burris
  • Cora C. Ross
  • Dwight Anderson
  • Ella Brown
  • Ellen Cervantes
  • Eric Holthaus
  • Eric Stone
  • Erin Macaulay
  • Esme Grail
  • Gabriel Fennimore
  • Greg Tuthill
  • Hannah Brewer
  • Harley Hansen
  • Harmony R. Lauritzen
  • Hayato Kikkawa
  • James Ovregaard
  • Jason Elwood
  • Jeanette Stewart
  • Jessinicole Schnee
  • Jevon Kent
  • Johann Nachtigall
  • Joy Raimondo
  • Julia Hamburger
  • Kambra Phoebus
  • Katrina Collins
  • Kendall Cottrell
  • Kevin Lane
  • Light
  • Lynn O’Kelley
  • Madison Broughton
  • Madison Smith
  • Megan Sides
  • Melia Dodge
  • Mijung Park
  • Militza Gonzalez
  • Mitch Bolster
  • Rachael Wong
  • Rasec Urbina Benton
  • Rina Niwa
  • Robert Groff
  • Sage Ascar
  • Sanda Smith
  • Sara Bachenberg
  • Shannon Bransfield
  • Sofia Georgiadis
  • Stephanie Aleshire
  • Steven Schiewe
  • Tamara Kahrchenko
  • Taylor Dean
  • Tyler Magoon
  • Wayne Wilburn
  • Will Roscoe Chalmers
Best in Show 2-D   

Hayato Kikkawa, Reclining Boy, 2018, oil on canvas, 22″ x 28″

Oil painting of a young man reclining on blankets on a bed. He looks is looking towards the viewer, holding a bottled drink in one hand, while the other hand is reaching into a bag of cookies.

Best in Show 3-D

Robert Groff, Makayla, 2019, ceramic, raku fired, 12″ x 9″ x 9″

 Ceramic sculpture of a bust of a head and shoulders, colored copper and green, sitting on a pedestal in front of an interior glass wall.

Supporters
  • Dick Blick, Beaverton
  • PCC Sylvania Campus Bookstore
  • The PCC Foundation
  • Installation view of gallery with a pedestal at the center and two gallery walls on either side. The pedestal has four ceramic sculptures; on the left wall are photographs, a book and a tile art piece; on the right wall are black and white drawings and three framed artworks.
  • Installation view of gallery wall with multicolored and black and white paintings and drawings on a wall that recedes to the left. At the center of the wall is a ceramic sculpture of a male head.
  • Installation view of a gallery with four multicolored paintings on paper on a wall in the foreground on the left. To the right, in the background are many abstract and representational paintings on the wall and several small ceramic sculptures on pedestals.
  • Installation view of a gallery with four pedestals in a row with small ceramic sculptures placed atop each one. Behind the pedestals are floor to ceiling windows that show an outdoor walkway and green trees beyond.

Gallery Hours:  Monday – Friday 8 AM to 4 PM, Saturday 11 AM to 4 PM

Directions:  Follow signs to bookstore and visitor parking.  Gallery is located in the Communications and Technology (CT) building, adjacent to the bookstore on the NE corner of campus.