It's that time of year again - the end of fall semester. I thought the screenprinting group was particularly remarkable this term...quick to pick up on new skills, industrious and self-reliant, able to sort out problems, mindful of using time well and meeting deadlines. Here are some views:
Last work day of the semester
Oscar Rangel and his excellent poster
Paula Isenberg, a painter, created a screenprint based on a series of her paintings.
The last assignment involved layering with transparent ink. Janet Pineda very successfully
pushed the see-through and watercolor qualities of her inks to their fullest strengths.
Jack Roberts, an independent study student, focused this semester on
portraying world disasters. Here is his print about 9/11/2001.
Jennifer Warren has a couple more layers to complete on this piece, but it is already wonderful.
You can detect her excellent drawing skills. She teaches art at a socal high school and
I think her students are lucky to have her.
Here is Breanne. She wasn't done with cleanup quite at 9:30, but she was finished really soon after.
I'll post some more prints from this semester soon....