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FACULTY SHOW 2009: Recent Work by SRJC Faculty
November 5 - December 12, 2009
I draw in large series and over long periods. I draw what I’m drawn to. I try to balance the tension between a penchant for complexity and a respect for restraint, a pull to describe and a push to abstract, an attraction to likeness and an urge to move through it, somehow forward yet embedded in the source. One part of me is active: concocting, composing, controlling. Another part is simply watching where things go,wondering where they will lead and puzzling over possible meanings.
Studio art classes ideally can be conducive to a sort of “group learning” whereby students learn from each other as well as the instructor. It is assumed that everyone comes with a different level of experience. There is no need, however, for one to feel either superior or inferior, or to compare oneself with others in a competitive way. The creative process and the learning process are more important than any single work.
Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges