BANK OF AMERICA GALLERY
FLC Visual Art Alumni Invitational Exhibition
May 15, 2015 - July 5, 2015
Top row, left to right: Ashley Young, Zach Timberlake & Val Laolagi. Bottom row, left to right: Donna Bohlin Sammons, Manny Archuleta, Shane Waller & Emma Higgins.
It is a question every art student has to grapple with: “What will I do after I complete my studies?”
In the FLC Visual Arts Alumni Invitational exhibition at the Bank of America Gallery former FLC students and art majors answer this question, as they reveal their lives as a post-FLC artist in the art world.
The exhibition features a diverse range of works, as well as media. Each artist’s body of work captures the essence and investigative nature of the artist’s personal journey. The exhibition is representative of each artist’s aesthetics and reflects their experiential influences.
Select FLC alumni were invited to exhibit their work. The artists in this exhibition are a diverse group. Some have gone on to pursue a B.A., M.A., or M.F.A., while others jumped straight into the job market. The artworks reveal fascinating personal stories and trace the artistic and professional trajectory of their lives.
Many of these former FLC students keep in touch with their FLC instructors and all value the importance of their education at FLC, showing their ability to shine in the contemporary art world.
A searching and deepening desire for the arts is what connects these artists. These individuals exemplify the vibrancy and multiple dimensions of the current art world.
STUDENT ART SHOW
March 13, 2015 - May 10, 2015
Top row: Hannah Hughes. Middle row, left to right: Cheyanne Gold, Bryan Franco & Julia Flippo. Bottom row, from left to right: David Carillo, Jacob Goodwin & Jeanette Rice.
The exhibition features various FLC student artworks in a diverse range of media, such as painting, printmaking, sculpture, and drawing. This exhibition is representative of the wide range of styles supported by the FLC Visual Arts Faculty and the strong foundation each student receives while pursuing his or her visual arts studies at Folsom Lake College. The exhibition is open to all Folsom Lake College students, who have created artworks between the Summer 2014 and current Spring 2015 semesters.
November 19, 2014 - January 11, 2015
Of all visual art media, photography is most often referred to as democratic in its accessibility—to photograph takers, makers, and viewers. There is some truth to that designation, especially today, when capturing a high-quality image is easy for most of us. However, the processes used to create the photographs on view in American Resonance: Jazz and Dance Photographs from the Bank of America Collection were not nearly as simple. Almost all are gelatin silver prints made from negative film, a near-obsolete photography method displaced by digital technology. Although high-resolution digital images can offer striking results, the crystalline depth of field achieved with film is arguably unsurpassed. Beyond their material properties, the images in this exhibition reveal a variety of relationships between photographers and performers. Some present the photographer as an intimate in the scene pictured; others place the photographer with us in the audience. Because engaged artists left us valuable, historical records, pictured here are times past but not lost.
14th Annual FLC Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition
Studio Arts and Art History Faculty
September 5, 2014 - November 9, 2014
Artists featured above (clockwise from top-left): Heike Schmid - Untitled, Shadieh Mirmobiny - Untitled, Aleris Hart - Crockerladle, Brian Hayes - Woodfire Haniwa and Margaret Welty - Untitled.
The art exhibition will display the works of FLC Visual Arts faculty who have exhibited regionally, nationally and internationally. The visual arts faculty is composed of professional artists with diverse specializations encompassing the spectrum of the classes offered, from elementary drawing, painting, sculpture, to metalsmithing and everything in between. The artwork exhibited reflects is a wide range of media and styles.
FOLSOM ART ASSOCIATION MEMBERS SHOW
July 11, 2014 - August 31, 2014
The Folsom Arts Association (FAA) is a non-profit visual arts group whose objectives are to culturally enrich the Folsom community through multi-media exhibits, lecture series, outreach projects in schools, and to provide opportunities of support for the artistic talents of its members. The Folsom Arts Association is open to all artists and supporters living in the greater Folsom area.
Folsom Art Association's Members Show showcases some of the works of many of the talented artists living in the greater Folsom area. The exhibit will be open through August, but make sure to mark your calendars for the Reception and Awards Presentation, Sunday, July 20 at 5:30 pm.