Render :: BFA Show

Last night was the opening reception of Render, the 2012 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition .  All together there were 15 artists, including myself that participated in the show.

 Just to get a better understanding of it all this, here is a brief rundown. . .  in the art department you can get your bachelor of arts, which means that you study art across the program in a general sense.  Then if you want, you can apply for the BFA program, where you will pick your concentration, (ie, drawing, ceramics, glass, sculpture, etc.) and delve more into that.  If you are accepted into the program, you then begin a semester long project which will be shown in the BFA Exhibition at the end of the semester.

Though the reception was last night, the show stays open until May 11th, so come down and take a look!

Render :: 2012

As for now, here are some pictures I took last night. . .

All of the participating artists.

The Graphic Designers piece in the commons gallery.

Miyako :: Sculpture

Trish :: Sculpture

Brandon Ng :: photography
One of my favorite pieces in the show! These are all portraits he took using a really old wet plate process. So great!

Ikaika :: Photography

Saumo :: Painting

Nate :: Ceramics
These pieces were great as well! Hard to believe they were ceramic.

Hillary :: Glass
Her glass bridge was so beautiful and amazing!!

My favorite professor and great artist Fred Roster, got me a beautiful lei.

My piece :: Waypoint ::




2 responses to “Render :: BFA Show

  1. Sooooooooooooooo Cooooooooooooool! Out of all the pieces you showed, I like yours the best.

  2. I am so proud of you and all the art that you created!! Can’t wait to see it in person. I also loved yours the best!!!

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