Dalton Brewer and Neil Kemper
Feb 16-March 15
Works by Jennifer Duran, Hannah Pierce, and Jessica Parker
The Foyer Gallery
Feb. 16-March 16
Reception Friday, March 1st, at 5:30 p.m.
The Flowery Memories
Photographic Works by Ziwei Wang
Feb. 16-March 15
My art works are based on a belief that photography is the evidence of sight which can be addressed and healed through observation. I don’t want to just document the body. The face isn't what is important with a human being, it's the soul. I create imagery to help navigate and formulate my right to see, to accommodate the positioning of my soul in the world.
I think the good thing about art is that it gives me a great chance to express myself. For me, it had been a great period of time to learn from myself, and tell the rest of the world about my stories. Like some art works I made thought out the year, shows a great deal of my thoughts, and memory.
And finally, I want to thank my professor Don Anton for bringing me into photographic world, I also want to express my appreciation to all of my friends for their support, especially to Fei Wang, Xiaozhen, and Qinjin for being there when I needed them.
The Print Show
Jan. 19-Feb. 15
Reception Thursday, Feb. 7th
The Celestial Mirror
Photographic Works by Kelly Croke and Sara Wolf
The Foyer Gallery
Jan. 21-Feb. 15
Reception Friday, Feb. 8th 6-8PM
When the limits of our perception dissolve the unknown presents itself. Artists Sara Wolf and Kelly Croke invite the community to join them for the opening ceremony of their photography show, "The Celestial Mirror". Collectively they weave light and color to grasp the ethereal iconography of the feminine. The veil of the conscious mind is dissolved, join us the HSU Foyer gallery on February 8th at 6pm during Arts Arcata.
Drawings by Natale Schoch and Photography by Abbey Byers
Jan. 19-Feb. 15th
Reception Friday, Feb. 15 6-8PM
Humboldt State University students, Abbey Byers and Natalie Schoch are presenting a collaborative shot titled (g)litter vision. The show features film
photographs by Byers and mixed media drawings by Schoch. The subject matter focuses on decay, and sublimity often though an autobiographical lens.