Check out the artwork of some awesome classmates and other WWU student and alumni artists in this year’s annual exhibition of Labyrinth, hosted by the VU Gallery and the Women’s Center!
Congrats to 490 students Allison Avery, Alyssa Putnam, Joe Rudko, Laurel Kam, and Teresa Grasseschi for all being featured in the exhibition, and many in the publication as well!
You can pick up your free copy of this year’s Labyrinth, enjoy some poetry and prose, eat free food and mingle with fellow artists, writers, and gallery patrons at the Release Party, this Thursday from 6-8pm in the VU Gallery!
Remind yourself by joining the Facebook event!
Cooper is a orange Tabby from Seattle,WA who became a photographer a few years ago when his owners attached a camera to his collar. The camera is lightweight, digital, and takes a snapshot every 2 minutes. His owner’s then upload everything to Flickr.
Cooper has been featured in The Best of Seattle as “Best of The Decade 2010”, People Magazine, Animal Planet’s new show “Must Love Cats”, and has his own book out “Cat Cam: World of Cooper the Photographer Cat”. Check out his website where you can buy photos, too.
I saw this guys work when I was back east at the George Adams Gallery, I do not know much about painting, but I like his work.
Dawn Tan made life-size soft sculptures of food.
Been really into some of these images by Joshua Citarella
The Google Art Project
Maybe this is old news, but Google has done their “map street view” vision with art museums. You can zoom to full resolution on Van Gogh‘s The Starry Night. It’s pretty incredible, there are a handful of museum’s on the list. My fav: the MOMA. (Give the images time to load when you click to zoom in.) Check it out!
The Vatican’s website has an amazing 3D view of the Sistine Chapel up here . Make sure you zoom in to check out the detail!
Ted Sabarese did a photoshoot with office employees dressed in office supplies. Something silly to close the week! Looks like most of the things on his website are commercial based.