USM Art Department

Collage of Student Work

VIRTUAL OPEN STUDIOS FALL 2021

We regret that this Fall semester that we had to postpone the in person Open Studios yet again. We know that this is a disappointment, as the joy and camaraderie of sharing student work in person has been lacking since the start of the pandemic. But with resurging numbers, a new virus on the horizon, and limitations on gatherings indoors, this was the prudent approach to take. In any case there was a lot of great work produced this semester that we want to share.

In response, we are mounting our fourth Virtual Open Studios as a way to share the wonderful work created by our talented students. Congratulations to all of our hard-working Art Students! May viewing their work bring you inspiration!

We hope to host an expanded in person Open Studios in the spring that can include work from multiple semesters - Stay tuned!

Meanwhile, please consider a student's current perspective, and watch the video created by Advanced Photo/Digital student, Rachael Raymond: Memory of a Pandemic

 

2-D Design – Art Foundations: Image by Bella Stobert

Introduction to Perceptual Drawing – Art Foundations: Drawing by Michelle Darling

3-D Design – Art Foundations: Wire Sculpture by Anju Radune

Introduction to Ceramics: Cup by Cecilia Drysdale

Intermediate & Advanced Ceramics: Vessel by Sharon Gerrish

Sculpture - Additive Subtractive: Wood & Ceramic Sculpture by Ryder Kallweit

The Visual Book: Altered Book by Malia Lily Kennedy

Printmaking - Intaglio & Relief: Print by Olivia Dyer

Drawing Media & Strategies: Drawing by Katherine Rozanski

Introduction to Painting: Painting by Krystal Yavicoli

Painting & Drawing the Figure: Painting by Gloria Steiger

Advanced Painting: Painting by Lucy Freeman

Digital Art & DesignDigital Image by Olivia Shea

Advanced Photography & Digital Art: Digitally Altered Photo by Rachael Raymond

 

 

VIEW PAST VIRTUAL OPEN STUDIOS:

SPRING 2021 VIRTUAL OPEN STUDIOS.

FALL 2020 VIRTUAL OPEN STUDIOS.

SPRING 2020 VIRTUAL OPEN STUDIOS.