Cal Lutheran proudly presents this exploration by senior art majors of environmental, political, cultural and emotional subject matter.
Karlie Anderson is a representational oil painter from San Jose whose confrontational compositions explore injustices. Kori Hess is a representational painter from El Segundo who enchants, mystifies and incites emotion. Bailey Huerta of Fillmore depicts her love for her family and hometown in digital and traditional paintings. Dani Iribe is a figure painter from Camarillo who displays cultural concerns through traditional lowbrow painting and satirical imagery. Sebastian Montoya Vega, a Peruvian artist who lives in Winnetka, makes art in tribute to his culture.
Thoranin Nualsumlee, a printmaker from Moorpark, brings levity to representations of animals. Kaylee Reel is a Ventura artist who specializes in watercolor painting. Originally from Moorpark, Mona Saii portrays the richness of human experience through visual storytelling and fantastical imagery. Natalie Tseng, who grew up in Santa Clarita, paints to reveal the positivity of life within the darkness of our world. Jessi van der Laan, from London, Ontario, finds emotional outlets in painting and printmaking.
Admission is free. The gallery, located in William Rolland Stadium, is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Image: Detail from Karlie Anderson's The Labels We Live