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Third Floor (Virtual) Gallery

Consumerism-19

Artists: Joel Solis, Natalie Jenkins, Jessica De La Cuadra, Ani Ushikishvili, Sierra Galloway, Chang An Tu, Sabrina Chavez, Nick McMenamin, Jaelyn Foster, Delaney Cox

Exhibit Dates: February 23 – March 19

Statement from the Artists:

Most people are buying their products online from corporations like Amazon and it is greatly affecting our local businesses. Our phones, laptops, and smart TVs are examples of how simple it is to buy products online. It is more convenient for us to buy online than to go to local stores and is causing them to go bankrupt. This concept of convenience gives power to corporations. Regulations put in place, such as limited capacity and indoor seating for restaurants, make it harder for us to support local businesses.



36x48 - Oil on Canvas - Joel Solis

Untitled

11x15 - Drypoint Copper Print - Joel Solis

Consume

8x10 - Oil on Cardboard - Joel Solis

Lego Money

9”x12” - Pen and Digital Pen - Delaney Cox

‘To Go Please’

20X26" - Lithography - Chang An Tu

Abandoned

Jae Foster

CONSUMERISM-19

Ani Ushikishvili

Empty Cages

20x20 - Acrylic - Jessica De La Cuadra

Matrix

6x9’ - Watercolor - Sierra Galloway

Peaches

Sabrina Chavez

FactoryWater

Nick McMenamin

Donkey

12 x12 - Oil pastels on Canvas Paper - Natalie Jenkins

Quarantine’s Garbage out on the Lawn


Gallery Location:
Located on the 3rd Floor of the BMU (2nd & Chestnut)

Gallery Hours:
The gallery is currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

We are the only Chico State art gallery to exclusively show student work. All types of art are welcome and you don’t have to be an art major to apply.

The gallery features:

  • Four shows each semester: Gallery shows are chosen the previous semester by a committee of students, staff and faculty.
  • The AS provides publicity for your show: social media promotion, postcards and posters.
  • The AS hosts a professionally catered reception in the gallery for each artist or group of artists.

Proposals are now being accepted for the Fall 2021 semester. Please contact Gallery Supervisor, Eliza Miller, with any questions.


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