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On Time, T.W.Five, 2010 T.W.Five = SJSU Graduate Candidate Pernilla Andersson (MFA ’10) and SJSU Alumni Paula Pereira (MFA ’04). Pernilla and Paula create amazing vinyl murals that sometimes pose questions to the viewer, as in Another Time Baby. With … Continue reading
Artist Focus: Beverly Rayner, SJSU MFA, 2009 From the Braunstein/Quay Gallery website: Accretion, by Beverly Rayner, inhabits the form of an exaggerated housecoat, covered with the residual ephemera carefully saved by one person over a lifetime. Greeting cards, bills, receipts, … Continue reading
Image from Jim Edgeworth’s MFA Thesis Exhibition: Welcome to Jim’s Place: An Earnest Attempt at Homefullness, and Master’s Thesis Exhibition (2010) MFA Graduate Candidate Jim Edgeworth is an intensely creative artist in search of wonder, imagination and hope within the sometimes … Continue reading