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University gallery shows student work

by: COLLEEN CORNISH - This portrait of a young woman by Tony Mull for Advanced Drawing class is rendered in pencil. There is a lot to see—but only a few more days to see it—at the Kathrin Cawein Gallery of Art this week as Pacific University showcases the creative efforts of student artists. Pieces include metal work, wire sculpture, weaving, painting, ceramics, drawing, prints, photographs — all work created as class projects. Each piece was selected by instructors to represent the best work of their students.by: COLLEEN CORNISH - From a project in Basic Design class, these plaster eggs are the work of student artists Kaleb Bass, Zach Mullenax, Vy Bui and Dzn Nguyen.

Assistant professor Junko Iijima, who serves as gallery director, started the annual show “to demonstrate to the Pacific community and to the public what we do in the art department,” she said, “and what kind of talented work comes out.”

by: NEWS-TIMES PHOTO: COLLEEN CORNISH - This appealing face was created by Steven Armes for Printmaking I class.The gallery, located in Scott Hall on the Forest Grove campus, is open 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Because the term is ending and the gallery will be closed for the holiday break, the show ends at 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13.




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