Good evening SLC Brockville!

Normally by this time of year Fine Arts students would have their work exhibited in student commons to share their learning with our campus community. With all puns intended, I am happy to digitally share with you recent work from second year Visual & Creative Arts- Fine Arts students.

As part of the Mixed Media 2: Experimental Media course, students are pushed to use common materials and found objects to create works of art in both 2 and 3 dimension. Inspired by the work of English artist, Ian Berry, students were asked to complete portraits using denim as their medium. This project required the practical application of a number of concepts introduced in previous courses while introducing a challenging new medium. Using predominantly old pants, students painstakingly created these amazing portraits over the past 3 weeks.

Top: Michaella Bassey, Bill Durrant Bottom: Lauren Post, Sasha Kravchenko

Top: Debbie Macnevin, Erika Fairbanks Bottom: Sterling McCullough, Christine Antle

As I am sure you can appreciate, Fine Arts via ‘alternative delivery’ is not ideal. However, students have maintained positive attitudes and, I am proud to say, have used each and every new experience to grow as artists and future professional entrepreneurs. To see their creative process, be sure to search and follow them on Instagram.

Christina Chrysler
School of Justice Studies and Applied Arts Professor/Program Coordinator Visual & Creative Arts- Fine Arts School of Continuing Education Program Coordinator 1000 Islands Summer School of the Arts St.Lawrence College, Brockville ON
613-345-0660 Ext. 3344

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