Clatsop Community College is pleased to announce that the 2021 Annual Student Art Show is now on display through June 11th.
The CCC Student Art Show is an annual juried event that showcases the talents and creativity of the college’s art students and features a range of disciplines, including basic design, drawing, painting, ceramics, photography and printmaking. CCC students who have taken art courses during the past two academic years were invited to submit artwork to be considered for the exhibit. CCC studio art instructors include: Richard Rowland (Ceramics), Lucien Swerdloff (Graphic Design), David Homer (Photography), Miki’ala Souza and Ben Rosenberg (Printmaking), and Kristin Shauck (Drawing, Painting, and Design).
Serving as this year’s juror is Deanna Antony, a visual artist who investigates identity and space by working with rummaged clothing and home linens, sewn together using a machine and hand process she developed. Shortly after moving to the Pacific Northwest from Wisconsin she was selected for the 2020-2021 Artis- in-Residency at Astoria Visual Arts. Antony has been featured in the December 23, 2020 issue of Coast Weekend in the article “Artist Creates Emotion, Memory-Filled Sculptures Out of Fabric” and has been serving as a Docent at the Astoria Visual Arts Gallery. Antony received her Master of Fine Arts from the University of Wisconsin in 2020 and received her Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in interdisciplinary art in 2016 from the University of Wisconsin – Parkside located in her hometown of Kenosha, Wisconsin. Antony is scheduled to give an artist talk and lead a repurposed material art process for the Clatsop Community College 3-D Design class during the Spring 2021 semester and serve as Juror for the Spring 2021 Student Art Exhibition. Antony’s solo Exhibition at Astoria Visual Arts Gallery will open on June 21st, 2021. A short video of Deanna Antony talking about what she is currently working on in the studio can be found on the Astoria Visual Arts YouTube page.
First Place: Amalia Sher, Old Miners Shack #1
Second Place: Benjamin Thompson, A Triad of Ephemerality
Third Place: Sara Chacon, Sweet Dreams
Honorable Mention: P.J. Hollern, Jug w/Snake Handle
Honorable Mention: Amalia Sher, Ode to Bill Reid’s “Spirit of Haida Gwaii/The Black Canoe”
Painting, Drawing, and Printmaking
First Place: Julia Mabry, The Witches Are Waking Up
Second Place: Michelle Coventry, Still Pond
Third Place: Sharyn Hedbloom, Metal Toy Duck
Honorable Mention: Julia Mabry, Practice Child
Honorable Mention: Harry Comins, By the Stream
Photo and Design
First Place: Isabel Talley, Butterflies
Second Place: Abby Albright, Hummingbird
Third Place: Aria Campbell, Bright Was the Night
Honorable Mention: Isabel Talley, Perspectives
Honorable Mention: Julia Mabry, …….and thanks for all the fish!
The gallery exhibit is free and open to the public during the limited hours of 10:00 am-4:00 pm. Monday through Friday. Guests must wear face coverings and practice social distancing. No more than 6 guests may enter the gallery at a time.
The CCC Royal Nebeker Gallery is ADA accessible and located at 1799 Lexington Avenue in Astoria.
For more information about CCC or to learn more about the Royal Nebeker Gallery, visit www.clatsopcc.edu/ royal-nebeker-art-gallery/ or contact Kristin Shauck at email@example.com.
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