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Black ink was used for lettering. The words read, you can't say all lives matter until black lives matter. Numerous skin tones fill in the letters and spaces with color. Book Arts / Calligraphy
Posted May 17, 2021
A blurry image of a neon pink flower as it hangs almost in the center of the frame, surrounded by leaves. The text in the middle of the screen reads: “and we found each other again / reunited, in this corporeal form.” The timestamp on the video says that it was taken March 05th, 2021 at 9:51am. Video Art / Digital Art
                  Posted May 17, 2021
Slab work in clay of 6 people figures of different sizes and shapes being photographed together to form a group. Ceramics / Sculpture
Posted May 17, 2021
It's a portrait of Amanda Gorman. Drawing
Posted May 17, 2021
Image shows a garbage dumpster, which is on fire, blocking the middle of a street in downtown Portland. Photography
Posted May 17, 2021
"A multi-colored and textural weaving of fabric and mixed medias on a wooden panel board with alternating strips of fabric layered on top of each other. " Mixed Media / Collage
Posted May 17, 2021
A watercolor painting of a young black woman, her hair in two braids, painted from the chest up with a pink and purple cloud-like background. Painting / Watercolor
Posted May 17, 2021
A full moon shines down on snowy fields as the fox turns to look back, across the hills to a distant farm house, chilly blues and white of the landscape contrast with his ruddy fur. Printmaking
Posted May 17, 2021
Entanglement at Night, window exhibition
A window exclusive nighttime exhibition of video works by maximiliano, Jaleesa Johnston and Sarah Brahim working with gestures of embodiment within and through digital and physical landscapes. Posted May 14, 2021
Collage of 8 images of student works of art in the show. Alt Text descriptions for each image can be found in the exhibition galleries. Unmuted: PCC Art Student Exhibition 20/21
Clockwise from top left: Gus Bertram, detail of “Eleggua,” 2020, linocut on paper, 15″ x 15”; Kate Coningford, detail of […] Posted May 7, 2021