Sunday, May 14, 2006

ccs student show

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It's that time of the year again when art students are introduced into the unforgiving and sometimes cruel real world of art. This year grads were easy to spot in the sea of foundation and underclass works. CCS is a school of constant change and boy has even a lot changed in the last few years since I graduated. Installation work and video was almost unheard of but now is flourishing! It seems that grads are more educated on what to do beyond art school and many are going off straight to their masters. I applaud the fine arts program for stepping up and preparing students for life after school! Overall, a good show - as always there are some gems and then some works that are by artists just starting out.

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brittney harris

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chris lujan
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wendy ross

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stephen gatny
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vincent troia
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deborah esper
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lindsay yeatts
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mikey steen
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mary fisher - gosh this piece is so disgusting but at the same time I am in love with it!!
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john azoni
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joseph scott
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craig nowak
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haewon yoo
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mike smith - fine arts senior selection recipient
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april segedi
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sarah leach
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dylan spaysky and erin hookana
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don't miss out the other majors works as well...illustration, graphic design, crafts.....there is definetely something for everyone!

14 Comments:

Anonymous nolan simon said...

Ann,
The stuffed animals are by Brittney Harris.

1:19 PM  
Anonymous  said...

It was a good show this year. A lot of talent in the fine arts department this year. We've definitley got some rising successful artists on our hands. Kevin Beasly is one to watch out for. Also Vanessa Merrill, and Craig Paul Nowak. Dan Marchwinski does some great stuff also.

The collectors were really buying this year! A lot of artists made a LOT of money.

2:18 PM  
Anonymous Oh, this is where you ID said...

This is Ben Kiehl talking, since I have not registered an account:

Joe Murray's work was my favorite in the show.

"To me it was very textural, you know what I mean? It was perfectly integrated, and it had a... a marvelous kind of negative capability. The rest of the stuff was bullshit."

The quote from Woody Allen's "Manhattan," has, for about a year now, been my favorite series of consecutive words and inflections relating to art criticism. I am pleased in this instance, to apply this stream of opinion to Joe's body - as presented in his Thesis exhibition. Very textural...Perfectly integrated, possessing a sort of marvelous negative capability.
Those of you who would agree with me after having been fortunate enough to see his installation would agree ...Five is right out!

Well, Python be damned! High-five to you Joe.

-Benj

8:00 PM  
Blogger John Azoni said...

ben-

what did joe murray's work look like? I don't remember it.

8:56 PM  
Blogger no-where-man said...

call mike kelly,,,

11:08 PM  
Anonymous gilda said...

John, Joe Murray's work were the minimalist wood wall pieces that were installed in the 211-212 area, not far from Lindsay Yeatts' work.

They are very elegant, very visually austere.

7:12 AM  
Blogger John Azoni said...

Ah yes...those were nice.

10:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I will not tell you who I am.
Was anyone confused about mike smiths work? I am not sure that I understand?

7:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brittany Harris

xoxo
..Bee

10:47 PM  
Anonymous Michelle Perron said...

In response to Anonymous' query about Mike Smith: Smith’s work in Center Galleries is akin to postmodern poetry or minimalist music and can be approached in similar ways. Lately his work has been distinctly autobiographical, and the (sometimes) recurring iconography of objects, forms and positioning in his work speaks to his personal experience, associations and references. Sit with it and you’ll see connections between the objects, subtle moments of rapport and reverence, or perhaps you’ll even connect with the artist’s own moment of epiphany…or not. It just requires some time and dedication to get the payoff. Mike’s heading to Yale in the fall…the perfect place for him to flex his artistic muscle.

1:30 PM  
Anonymous gilda said...

great description of Mike Smith's work, Michelle.

He is going to be wonderful at Yale

4:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i am not telling you...
thank you for your info

8:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is b.Harris here & I just wanted to say that mikes stuff looked awesome in both the gallery & on the 3rd floor.. & really i love the way people look at it..it needs no explaination..

infact I think the show looked great this year.. lots of variety..

3:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Michelle Perron is full of shit.

1:54 PM  

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