Looky here, it’s a featured artist of the annual student art show!

My friend G, an anthropology and studio art double major, spent the past month slaving on a textile piece to enter in the Annual Student Art Show. After many sleepless nights using a floor loom (which alone, took about an entire day to set up with the help of two other people) G has created transparent multilayered, eight foot long piece composed of plastic, fiber, and wire.

She is one of the lucky few who was accepted into the annual student art show.  Each student in the show could possibly win the departmental and/or medium award. Cross your fingers that she will be a lucky recipient.

These photos don’t begin to do her work justice, so if you can, stop by  the Dupont Gallery this Thursday, March 31st from 4-6 to see it in person. She is also selling it, if anyone is interested in helping a talented artist out.

Written by Cali4beach

  1. Wow! I definitely have to stop to see this in person now. I can’t even begin to imagine the time that it took to make that work of art. It looks really intriguing and complex.
    I have to admit that I love the photos – I think in a sense it does the work justice because the lighting draws the viewer in.
    Well done.

  2. I now nothing about textiles, but I can’t BELIEVE that she made this by hand! There’s a lot of beauty in something so complicated that’s made by hand. Thanks for capturing her work in such a great way!

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