If you have a question or comment for any of the artists regarding their creations, please reach out here.
This spring, many of our Ripon College traditions have been disrupted. Seniors majoring in Studio Art could not have an in-person exhibit and opening to showcase their artwork, but it’s important that this art is shared with the world!
We are planning to host an exhibit in Rodman this fall to coincide with the graduation ceremony so that the seniors get a chance to display their art live.
Please enjoy the creations of our Class of 2020 Studio Art students. We also invite you to reach out to any of the artists via the link provided.
“I create characters that depict both the entertaining aspects of circus performance as well as the more unsettling history that many are unaware of today.”
“This body of work is a collection of images that illustrates a broken narrative with two figures posing as titans, within a broken world.”
“While I have a fascination for photographing human figures, I also find myself having an excitement for works that depict natural lifestyles.”
“This series defies the traditional function of a mirror, creating a situation where the viewer is not in the reflection.”
“I am working with the concept of absence versus presence in photography. The beginning of this project started with an interest in my memories of family and friends.”
“We are surrounded by objects that we know so well, we eventually overlook them. These objects, due to our constant exposure to them, can easily become mundane, everyday, and uninteresting.”