|"Judas" by Jennifer Martinez, Winter 2019 hand-building|
|this cat portrait is a collaborative piece involving 16 different students from one class.|
The show features work by students in all studio art and photography classes at YVC in the Spring, Summer, and Fall of 2018 and the Winter of 2019. Student work on display includes ceramic sculpture and functional pottery, paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and mixed media. This year's show also features at least one collaborative piece done by a whole class.
|Portrait by Samantha Sugihara and other functional pottery and ceramic sculpture by YVC students|
My student work includes an unusually high amount pieces from the hand-building portrait project, including work I've talked about before in this blog.
|Portrait by Anjela Sevilla and work by other students|
The show opens on Tuesday, April 30 with a reception from 5-7pm and awards at 6pm. The exhibition continues through May 25, 2019.
|"Strider" by Isabella Johnson and tea sets by Kim Hansen and Ivy Shearer|
The Larson Gallery is located on the corner of Nob Hill Boulevard and 16th Ave on the Yakima Valley College campus (across from Taco Time). The gallery is open Tuesday - Friday 10am - 5pm and Saturdays 1 - 5pm. The gallery is always free and open to the public.
|Faculty corner in the exhibition featuring work (left to right) by David Lynx, John Bissonette, Chris Otten, Bruce Lindell, Rachel Dorn, and Meghan Flynn|