Dallas College -Richland Campus, Faculty Show 2020

Marian Ichaso de Lefeld Untitled (from the Gran Caracas Series) 2020 Tempera and oil on canvas 68 x 72 inches

 

 

Arienne Lepretre Spring 2020 Graphite on paper, 38 x 50 inches, Drawing `1316,1317,2300

 

 

Joel Murray Affordable Pets in the Night (Thermal Fur Baby 1), 2020 22 x 16 inches

 

 

Joel Murray Oil on panel Before and After Millet, 2020 14 x 12 inches

 

 

Murmuration in White Jennifer Rose, Morean Center for Clay in St Petersburg, FL Media: Porcelain and Stainless Steel 2019

 

 

Jennifer Rose, Flight of the Polychromatic Zooids Media: Colored Porcelain, Stainless Steel, Original music composition by David Thompson video of artwork and music: https://youtu.be/BtkPGLPQphw 2019-2020 “My 15-year exploration of biology began with an interest in the human form and has evolved into studies of invasive environments and underwater creatures. The ocean is fascinating because it is still vastly unexplored. I associate underwater worlds with the subconscious. The zooids are organisms ripe with metaphor because of their colonial animal status. The fact that they are individual clones operating as one animal make them one and many at the same time and prompt philosophical questions about the collective subconscious, hive mind, and cognitive dissonance

 

Brenda McKinney, Deep Below 20 x 18 inches Alcohol Ink on Yupo Paper 2020

 

Vicki Mayhan Bird Map 4 x 6 inches

 

Vicki Mayhan Bird Map 4 x 6 inches

 

Jim Stover, Kiss, Wood, 18 x 18 inches.

 

 

Charles Coldewey, Simplify, Paper Clay, 12 x 12 inches

 

Charles Coldewey, Urban Street, Paper Clay, 12 x 12 inches

 

Melba Northum, Metaphysical Image Sequence 23, Blessing

 

Melba Northum, Metaphysical Image, Sequence 27, Rabbits