Senior Fine Arts Thesis Exhibit

Apr 23 2010 4:00 pm
Apr 23 2010 6:00 pm

The senior Fine Art majors will be displaying their work and presenting their thesis statements [studio and art history emphases] that they have been working on over the last two semesters.

Please join us on April 23rd, 2010 from 4-6 p.m. in the Comiskey Art Center [across the street] to check out the thesis works of:

RhondaLeigh Dauphinaisimage (Art History)

Cristina M. Keiley (installation)
Deidra Golino (painting)
Alice Palazzolo (painting)
Kara Consigli (design)

There will be light refreshments. Come and Enjoy!

Thoughts on the Snowman

 "Snowman" by Betsy Holmes"Snowman" by Betsy Holmes

 Thoughts on the Snowman by Dona Maria

What would Chris Cringle wear in Crete?
Does his dashboard have knobs
for cold and for heat?



What would Chris Cringle wear in Pompeii?
Would he take off his shirt
as he drives in his sleigh?


                                                                                                                                                
What would Chris Cringle wear when in Rome?
He would wear frescoes, cathedrals, and domes.

The Arts and Environmental Sustainability April 17, 2010 at 1 p.m. in the Dana Center

Apr 17 2010 1:00 pm

The ArtHouse is co-sponsoring a panel discussion on "The Arts and Environmental Sustainability” with the Sustainable Future Campaign of the United Nations Youth and Student Association.  The event is scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 17, 2010 at 1 p.m. in the Dana Center.

Images from Biff Bastarache Timebomb Art House Exhibit

Images from Biff Bastarache Timebomb Art House Exhibit on February 17, 2010.

© 2010 Elizabeth Bastarache.
All rights reserved.

Review: Art House Exhibit "Timebomb" by Biff Bastarache

 Review: Art House Exhibit "Timebomb" by Biff Bastarache

 

posterIt was a somewhat surreal experience walking to the exhibit. The upper apartments on Saint Anselm campus are well known for a rowdy night life. As one walks towards apartment A-4, one notices the evidence of that reputation scattered about the ground. The pathways on this Ash Wednesday evening were dark and quiet, and a different life was stirring. In one apartment, the Residential Living Community known as the Art House, carpets were being vacuumed, shelves tidied, and shirts tucked in. Among the row-upon-row of identical doors, the one marked A-4 opened onto something different. We were welcomed by Jared Butler, senior philosophy major and organizer of the Art House RLC, into the suite’s front room, which had been  transformed into a gallery. On the floor was a new red carpet with an oriental flair, and along the four walls, at head’s height, ran a series of pencil drawings on paper professionally mounted on red frames, with the room’s temporary status as gallery marked by a large deep red poster: “Time Bomb: Works on Paper by Biff Bastarache.”

Ceramics

The work shown here is by students studying under Prof. Marvin Sweet.

 Sadly, he passed away unexpectedly this summer. For anyone who is interested in knowing more about him, I am posting his website here:

http://www.marvinsweet.com/index.html

 

"Language and Time in Abstraction" by Jared Butler

   “Language and Time in Abstraction”
Jared Butler

Slides

Fine Arts Field Trip, Spring 2010

Field trip to ICA/Boston and area Studios with Professor Rachelle Beaudoin

and Fine Arts Seniors '10 Deidra Golino and Cristina Keiley

Brandeis Post-Bacc Thesis Exhibition, Mar-Apr 2010, features recent Fine Arts Grad

Christie Telge (Fine Arts '09)

Post-Baccalaureate Thesis Exhibition

Brandeis University

Waltham, Mass