Sign up for ART 115 to get a behind-the-scenes look at museums! @fullcoll
Fullerton College Art Gallery Visit the renowned Fullerton College Art Gallery for the best in established and up and coming art from around the world and around the corner.
Visit our page often and share with your friends for art in North Orange County, CA. P A R K I N G D I R E C T I O N S & I N S T R U C T I O N S 91 Fwy to Harbor Blvd. North on Harbor to Chapman Ave. East to Lemon St. Public parking available for $2.00 per day in the tiered parking structure on the Southwest corner of Lemon and Chapman. Proceed one block East to the Fullerton College Art Gallery in the 1000 Building. We are closed for lunch from 11-12. Admission is free!
Sign up for ART 115 to get a behind-the-scenes look at museums! @fullcoll
Happy Friday, everyone! We’re excited to announce that we have free lectures from featured artists Alberto Lue and Gabrielle Sanchez now on our website. If you are interested in viewing these lectures from our current exhibition, Language Games, please click the link in our bio! We hope you enjoy the talks as well your Friday. Thank you!
#languagegames #exhibition #featuredartists #linkinbio #art #language #artistsupport #happyfriday
Connect with your fellow artists!(And make good work)
A new study on the early pioneers of abstraction found that artists with diverse social networks were most famous, regardless of the creativity of their work.
Join us Wednesday for a (FREE) lecture as Gabriella Sanchez (@blaaankblaaankblaaank) shares her work from Language Games. Register at tinyurl.com/FCAC1118
@fullcoll #free #artisttalk
See Alien vs. Prisoner in person at @oxyarts, and in our virtual exhibition. Learn more about Alberto Lule at his lecture November 13 at 1pm. Link to register in our profile.
Posted @withregram • @oxyarts 𝐀𝐑𝐓𝐈𝐒𝐓 𝐒𝐏𝐎𝐓𝐋𝐈𝐆𝐇𝐓: 𝐀𝐥𝐛𝐞𝐫𝐭𝐨 𝐋𝐮𝐥𝐞 (@tierrabuenatattoos)
𝘞𝘌 𝘓𝘐𝘝𝘌! 𝘔𝘦𝘮𝘰𝘳𝘪𝘦𝘴 𝘰𝘧 𝘙𝘦𝘴𝘪𝘴𝘵𝘢𝘯𝘤𝘦 features two works from artist Alberto Lule.
Alberto Lule is a current undergraduate in the UCLA School of Arts & Architecture. Lule became a self-taught artist while serving a 13-year sentence in a California prison. He realized his life was composed of three identities that the system had designated for him: the child of undocumented immigrants, the gang member, and the prisoner. Out of these identities, he chose to create a new identity while incarcerated: the artist. Lule’s work focuses on mass incarceration and the prison industrial complex in the United States, particularly the California prison system.
𝘈𝘭𝘪𝘦𝘯 𝘝𝘴. 𝘗𝘳𝘪𝘴𝘰𝘯𝘦𝘳 examines Lule's emotional struggle with his father during his youth. Created after his release from prison, this collage explores his relationship with his father by juxtaposing photocopies of his father’s immigration card and his prison identification card. Side by side, the ID cards reveal the parallels of state institutions that oppress people of color and offer a healing connection with his father’s life experiences.
𝘈𝘭𝘪𝘦𝘯 𝘝𝘴. 𝘗𝘳𝘪𝘴𝘰𝘯𝘦𝘳, 2018
Mixed media on paper, 38 X 50 inches
Courtesy of the artist
𝘗𝘳𝘪𝘴𝘰𝘯 𝘙𝘦𝘢𝘥𝘺𝘮𝘢𝘥𝘦 #𝟷: 𝘚𝘩𝘢𝘯𝘬 is a handmade knife-like weapon constructed from a ballpoint pen and sharpened steel. Created with recognizable mass-produced items for one function in the prison environment, its re-contextualization in the art gallery draws attention to the social and political issues of mass incarceration as well as the studied craft of these objects transmitted through oral histories over time.
𝘗𝘳𝘪𝘴𝘰𝘯 𝘙𝘦𝘢𝘥𝘺𝘮𝘢𝘥𝘦 #𝟷: 𝘚𝘩𝘢𝘯𝘬, 2019
Plastic and steel, 10 x 1/4 inches
Courtesy of the artist
Gallery images: Ian Byers-Gamber (@bamblerdander)
Join us for a (FREE) lecture as Alberto Lule (@tierrabuenatattoos) talks to us about his path to becoming an artist and shares his work from Language Games.
@fullcoll Link in profile to register. #free #artisttalk
Have you seen all or Gabriella Sanchez’s work in our Language Games exhibition? @fullcoll
Link in profile
Posted @withregram • @blaaankblaaankblaaank This is for you. I wanna keep growing with you all. 💐 This is my *first* print. It’s also the first painting of my own work I’ve kept back for myself - thank you @alexandriasmithstudio for that advice a while back. I have more thoughts on that in slide 2... (email @charliejamesgallery if you want one. If you haven’t bought art before you can start ✨)
Have you seen all of Alberto Lule’s work in our exhibition, Language Games? Link in profile. @fullcoll
Posted @withregram • @tierrabuenatattoos CAUTION: NO SPEAK ENGLISH.
Mixed Media on Canvas with Barb Wire.
Will be on display at Fullerton College next month. When I was a kid I was jefes defacto interpreter...the only English words he knew were “no speak English “ and then present me for translation..in a way the painting is a portrait of that situation...who can relate ??? #f**kice #brownissues #undocumented #immigration #immigrants #immigrantswegetthejobdone #undergroundscholarsinitiative #f**kthewall
Have you seen Kenturah Davis’s newest work? See the work we are exhibiting in Language Games (link in our profile)
Posted @withregram • @kenturah TXME 1 - clr - K suite, 2020
UV ink print and chine collé on handmade kozo paper.
17 x 12 in.
i’m honored and excited to support the important work around prison abolition by @criticalresistance with the first among a new series of work.
photography is an important part of the groundwork of my practice. i’m thinking about toni morrison’s rigor around moving from image to text. also thinking about stuart hall’s text about race as a language/floating signifier and the body as a text...details on supporting as follows:
@criticalresistance x @artsy are honored to present Imagine Freedom: Art Works for Abolition, a 2020 Art Auction Benefit, featuring works by Kwame Brathwaite, Lava Thomas, Kenturah Davis, Theaster Gates, Wangari Methenge, Hank Willis Thomas, and more. Over 75 of the most influential artists of our time are using their voices and creative practice to amplify the movement to abolish the prison industrial complex. These artists have generously sprung into action to support the ongoing grassroots organizing efforts of Critical Resistance.
Bidding in the Live Auction begins on Tuesday, October 13th at 6:30pm PDT (9:30pm EDT), when all pre-registered Artsy users can participate and watch the bidding unfold in real time. Registration (required to place bids) will close 45 minutes before the Live Auction starts.
Eduardo Viramontes inscribes his pieces with his favorite lyrics, personal poems, or an expression of his unconscious in the moment of creation. Take a look at more of his work in our virtual exhibition, Language Games. Link in profile. We are proud to exhibit the work of four artists who use language in their work: Kenturah Davis, Alberto Lule, Gabriella Sanchez, and Eduardo Viramontes. @kenturah @blaaankblaaankblaaank @e.viramontes @fullcoll
Gabriella Sanchez uses linguistics in her paintings to create a site of resistance and to highlight those being shown that do not fit neatly into the Eurocentric, cis-gendered agenda. Take a look at more of her work in our virtual exhibition, Language Games. Link in profile. We are proud to exhibit the work of four artists who explore language in their work: Kenturah Davis, Alberto Lule, Gabriella Sanchez, and Eduardo Viramontes. @kenturah @blaaankblaaankblaaank @e.viramontes @fullcoll @blaaankblaaankblaaank @e.viramontes @fullcoll
Alberto Lule uses language in his pieces to emphasize the problems of immigration, mass incarceration and the prison industrial complex in the United States. Take a look at more of his work in our virtual exhibition, Language Games. Link in profile. We are proud to exhibit the work of four artists who use language in their work: Kenturah Davis, Alberto Lule, Gabriella Sanchez, and Eduardo Viramontes. @kenturah #albertolule @blaaankblaaankblaaank @e.viramontes @fullcoll
Kenturah Davis uses text as a point of departure and explores the fundamental role that language has in shaping human understanding. Take a look at more of her work in our virtual exhibition, Language Games. Link in profile. We are proud to exhibit the work of four artists who use language in their work: Kenturah Davis, Alberto Lule, Gabriella Sanchez, and Eduardo Viramontes. @kenturah @blaaankblaaankblaaank @e.viramontes @fullcoll
Courtesy of the artist and Matthew Brown Los Angeles @matthewbrownla
Fullerton College Art Gallery's cover photo
Open now! Language Games features artists who use language in a nuanced way in their work. You will see work by Kenturah Davis, Alberto Lule , Gabriella Sanchez, and Eduardo Viramontes Fullerton College
We are almost ready to open our next exhibition, Language Games, featuring artists who play with the use of language in their work. You will see work by Kenturah Davis @kenturah, Alberto Lule, Gabriella Sanchez @blaaankblaaankblaaank, and Eduardo Viramontes @e.viramontes #opensoon @fullcoll Have you used @adobeportfolio to create a website?
Jim Dowdall “California Leatherback Turtles” 2020- digital(photoshop)
Our beautiful oceans have been experiencing a 96% decline in the turtle population due to pollution, poaching, and humanity’s overall interference with nature. These gorgeous creatures are suffering! At the Fullerton College Faculty exhibition, Jim Dowdall’s California Leatherback Turtles is on display. In this fantastic digital work, we are able to see the captivating ocean life that we hope to preserve. Link in profile. #saveouroceans
Vonn Sumner is an art professor whose training from Wayne Thiebaud carries into his current teaching style. His painting DUMPSTER FIRE (OAKLAND) is a youthful, rebellious take on an uncommon sight- a fire burning in a dumpster. Click the link in our bio to see more work by our faculty!
#dumpsterfire #trumpsterfire #trashfire #trashcanschool #cat #graffiti #oakland #thetown #eastbaylove #brickwall #vonnsumner #vonnsumnerart #painting
Deborah Davidson Blanche Dubois 2020, oil on panel
“But look at me now! Would you think it possible that I was once considered to be—attractive?” - Blanche Dubois, A Streetcar Named Desire (1951).
Deborah Davidson takes the iconic film character and transforms her into what she might look like as a delicate bird. In her oil on panel work, Blanche Dubois, Davidson portrays Blanche as a pink bird that she describes as “almost translucent” and “dependent on the care of others”. Take a look at this interpretation of the classic film character in the Fullerton College Faculty Exhibition. Link in profile. @deborahdavidsonartist @fullcoll #facultyexhibition
Did you see this bottle by Bill Henke in the Faculty Biennial? Link in profile. There might still be room in one of his classes, email [email protected] @spiffhenke @fullcoll #facultyexhibition #virtualexhibition
Did you see this painting by Tara Tavonatti in the Faculty Biennial? Link in profile. There might still be room in one of her classes... @taratavonattiart @fullcoll #facultyexhibition #virtualexhibition
Posted @withregram • @taratavonattiart Finally got to see my painting hung today! SO happy!! 😀💃🏻
#painting #fineart #fineartpainting #landscapepainting #landscape #art #clouds #oilpainting
Have you seen Todd Smith’s print in the Faculty Biennial? Link in profile. Head to @pressworksart to see some process shots, too. #facultyexhibition @fullcoll #virtualexhibition
Posted @withregram • @pressworksart Print finished. Used another technique I learned from @j.e.miner and @mhiachnoiti a few years back. If you want to learn it take John’s screenprint class at PCC when this hell is over. #screenprint #printmaking
Swipe to see details and process shots of this gorgeous work by @bernard.lee Head to the Faculty Biennial to see more work by him and more of our fabulous faculty! Link in profile. #facultyexhibition @fullcoll
Posted @withregram • @bernard.lee “The Healing Pond”
30”x40”, Oil on Cradled Board
A larger piece that I’ve been picking away at for a while in between other work. This one started off as a potential idea for a group show that got postponed. The image is a depiction of the Korean folk song roughly translated to “The Song of the Abandoned Princess Bari” which tells of the abandonment of Bari by her parents at birth. As she grows older, she hears that her parents have fallen ill and can only be healed with a potion concocted with the flowers and water from a particular pond which she does as an act of forgiveness and reconciliation.
It was certainly strange to be working on this one during coronavirus and the meaning took different forms over the weeks and month.
Swipe to see a few close-ups and the initial blob sketch.
#laartist #koreanart #koreanfolkart #illustration #oilpainting #fantasyillustration #redcrownedcrane #birdart #beautifulbizarre
Open now! Please visit the virtual Faculty Biennial to see artwork created by our fabulous faculty! Link in profile. #facultyexhibition @fullcoll
Including work by:
And many more!
#virtualexhibition #facultyart #painting #drawing #sculpture #printmaking #traditionalart #digitalart #artbook #ceramics
Fullerton College Art Gallery's cover photo
You will see more by digital arts instructor @g.kaida when we launch the #facultybiennial very very soon! @fullcoll #virtualexhibition
Posted @withregram • @g.kaida Lily pads #digitalpainting #digitalpleinair #pleinair
When we open the Faculty Biennial (soon!) you will be able to see a 360 degree video of this piece by @schriebersmith_studios @fullcoll #facultyexhibition #virtualexhibition
Posted @withregram • @schriebersmith_studios Eats Shoots and Leaves (from the Animal Tales Series) @schriebersmith_studios DM if interested
#originalcomposition #assemblageart #animalart #bookart #panda #chinese #asiangirls #bears #bamboo #sculpture #zoo #repurposed #art #glass #glasspainting #china #glassart #glassartist #portraits #animalportraits #animals #bookart #artcollector #artcollectors #instaart #artwork #foundobjectart #lynnetruss
If you live in LA county, there are some paid opportunities here...
We just added 13 brand new internship positions! Positions fill up everyday, so make sure to check em out soon
Learn more: LACountyArts.org/internships2020
This is an important step towards equity. We need more PAID internship opportunities. https://hyperallergic.com/580641/metropolitan-museum-will-now-pay-all-interns/
A $5 million gift from philanthropist Adrienne Arsht will be used to pay future interns at the NYC museum.
This is one of three works by @robinmccauley you will see soon in the Faculty Exhibition @fullcoll #facultyexhibition #virtualexhibition
Posted @withregram • @robinmccauley new painting oil on canvas 🧨
#painting #oilpainting #facultyart
Another preview of work in the Faculty Exhibition! This is one of three in the exhibition by @artbycherylsavala @fullcoll #facultyexhibition #virtualexhibition
Posted @withregram • @artbycherylsavala Is anyone else excited to watch Rocketman FREE today at 4PM PST on Amazon prime and follow along as Elton tweets LIVE??!!! I’ve been saving this tribute poster for awhile, and today seemed as good a day as ever to share! .
@rocketmanmovie @taron.egerton @eltonjohn @amazonprimevideo #rocketmanwatchparty #pinballwizard #rocketman #illustration #eltonjohn #taronegerton #70smusic #sireltonjohn #alternativemovieposter
Want to learn about creating exhibitions? Join us in #Art122 ! #museumstudies @fullcoll
Another sneak peek at work coming in to the Faculty Exhibition! Checkout this painting by @carlafalb
Posted @withregram • @carlafalb Surrender: Ardas Bhaee, 2019, oil on linen, 30” x 40”
Ardas Bhaee is the mantra of answered prayers, moving beyond difficult situations, and letting go. This painting is based on photos I took while riding in the front car of the #rollercoaster on #santamonicapier🎡 . . . . . .
#lighttrails #surrender #oilpainting #contemporaryart #contemporarypainting #santamonica #laartist #laart #intothelight #newwork #artcollector #contemporaryartcurator #contemporaryartcollector #abstractart #abstractpainting #spiritualawakening #spirituality #spiritjunkie #eternity
Starting to build the virtual Faculty Exhibition! Check out this work by @exequielang! Posted @withregram • @exequielang Finally able to get a pair of Yeezys!
#maya #yeezy #adidas #photoshop #3d #3dmodeling #3drendering #arnold #productrendering #fullertoncollege #easlfullertoncollege #shoes #3dtexturing
321 E Chapman Ave
Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Fullerton College Art Gallery posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.
Send a message to Fullerton College Art Gallery: