abstract geometric shapes


April 17, 2021 to May 21, 2021

This wonderful online exhibit highlights the best of Yavapai College students’ artwork, adjudicated this semester by artist and educator, Ellen Greenblum.

Ellen has been teaching in a myriad of settings since 1978. She has been with Prescott College since 1996, teaching within the fields of arts and cultural studies and the humanities. As an artist, Ellen has worked in a variety of media from metal sculpture to fiber arts, mixed media paintings, and currently is enthusiastic about her collaborative work engaging the public as part of her artistic practice.

The exhibit offers a look at students’ various art forms and artistic expressions - featuring 2D (including digital), 3D, and video art. It's a fantastic opportunity to purchase artwork from talented art students. Enjoy!

Sloth Digital Art done by Student - Sheala Fricker

Spring 2021 Student Exhibit announcement. Happy sloth digital illustration on the cover.
Ellen Greenblum

Juror Ellen Greenblum

M.F.A, M. Ed, B.F.A


‟This was a year of global and personal challenges for so many, and yet artists endure even in their loneliest moments to create and make sense out of their worlds. I saw evidence of deep introspection from much of the content and quality time dedicated to many of the submissions. My selections for this exhibit were based on the ability of the art to convey experience in the form of feelings and ideas as well as originality. Clean presentation and artisanship are key in taking a concept from the artist’s head to the viewer’s understanding even if that understanding raises questions. For an artwork to come alive, it needs audience engagement, and those connections are made in the careful handling of materials, the representation of the imagined, and the constant scrutiny of the maker to see what unfolds as a piece develops. I am impressed with this exhibit and congratulate all of the artists on their best efforts.”


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