Art Walk to exhibit works of college students
Students from three Prescott College art classes, along with independent study students, will exhibit their work in several campus locations at an Art Walk from 5 to 7 Saturday evening.
The art exhibit locations include the Sam Hill Warehouse, 232 N. Granite St.; the Prescott College Library, 301 Grove Ave.; and the Prescott College Chapel on 220 Grove Ave.
The exhibits include:
• Students in "Alternative Processes in Photography," utilized 19th century photographic processes (students made their own emulsions), such as cyanotype, kallitype, salt prints and gum dichromates, which use the sun for exposure. They also explored newer technology such as Polaroid emulsion transfers and digital imaging.
• "Drawing and Painting the Southwestern Landscape" required students to work from realistic to abstract based on the surrounding Prescott area. The exhibit features an installment of eight panels with a group theme reflecting each student's interpretation of the Walnut Creek area.
• Students in "The Camera: Servant of the Photographer's Eye" class explored a variety of camera formats from pinhole, plastic lens, medium format and 4x5.
The exhibits will be on display through Oct. 19.
For more information, call 776-5114.