Wednesday, May 18, 2011

It's time for art journey!

After all the sun out for couple of days, Tacoma is back to the gloomy weather -which probably is not exciting for going out and playing volleyball in the field, yet there is a good news.

Senior art majors have showed such a wonderful pieces to the PLU communities. At the opening receptions, there were more than a hundred people visited to the Gallery in Ingram Building started at 5:00pm. One of my good friends, Risa, has introduced unique perspectives on her art pieces as "Walking Jar". Her artistic sense of exploring the different types of ceramics are amazing.

I have taken couple of art classes with different professors because I am an art minor; so far I am enjoy taking a 3D art class, making a huge airplane made out of the car boards. We were divided into different sections in the class: My role is a part of Body team which mostly contributes putting all the body parts together by using the hot glue guns, which sometimes needs a good work ethic and ability to focus on the various tasks. It's an early morning class but it's worth it because Spencer is one of the greatest professor I ever met.

For those of you who have stopped by UC during the art sale today organized by the Art Department, I am pretty sure you had a hard time choosing the piece you want; they had amazing collections of photographs and ceramic pieces which are sold from $5-$20. They will donate all the money to the American Red Cross. Surely I have got two heart-shaped bowls for my new collection of dishes. (pictures will be posted soon)

I really appreciate those of art department and senior students who made time to do this - There is so much going on and everybody seems to be rushed towards what's only in front of themselves, but sometimes it's important to realize what is going on around you and what you can contribute for other people.

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