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Art Student Annual 2015

When I give campus tours, I always pass through the Penguin Union Building and notice what’s going on in the Archer Gallery. I find myself glancing through the windows to have a peek inside just to see all the different artwork displayed inside. 287 more words

Ambassadors 2014-2015

Inventing Impressionism - Camille Pissarro's 'The Marne at Chennevières'

We’ve all heard of ‘the impressionists'; the stereotypical French (mostly male) painters, painting from life in rivers and in fields, fascinated by the universal themes of light, time, and perception… 1,447 more words



It is hard to believe that what was once viewed as an anti art movement is now the art that has more monetary value in the world. 198 more words


Looking for Emerging Artists and a Selection of Contemporary Works? Stay Local

Exploring the cutting edge work of both emerging and established artists is just as easy as visiting your local campus. Both universities and community colleges feature galleries on campus that host a variety of works and exhibitions. 225 more words

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Our Saturday treat to our friends: Shaun Tan: The Master of wordless picture books!

Dear Friends,

Thank you for your support and for being a part of our fraternity!

As a treat to all art lovers I am sharing the works of a very special Artist/illustrator, Shaun Tan. 38 more words

Impressionism - Monet and Renoir, La Grenouillere (The Frog Pond), 1869

Like Degas, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Claude Monet also in­corporated many of the elements of Japanese woodcuts, such as bright colours,  elevated perspective, and subjects which were snapshots of contemporary life, into their artworks. 482 more words

Art Appreciation