Kwan Fong Gallery
Method and Process combined
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Method and Process: Works by Michael Obermeyer and Christopher Slatoff

Inspiration can be an elusive muse for an artist, and is often seen as pitted against hard work. When both are combined we are witness to the stunning results of human output. This exhibition presents the skill and gift behind two artists’ work in two separate genres: sculpture and painting.
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Danielle Eubank | One Artist Five Oceans

Danielle Eubank is an expedition artist, traveling the earth's oceans to successfully paint all five of them.
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Hallie Maxwell The Hands of Time
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Thingamajig: A Printmaking and Ceramics Exploration

Thingamajig showcases the many processes of printmaking and ceramics offered at Cal Lutheran
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Jennifer Vanderpool
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Garment Girl by Jennifer Vanderpool

The exhibition interlaces stories of struggle with labor activism through evoking questions about the unseen garment workers sewing in sweatshops
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Pyrometric | Earth and Ash in the Anthropocene

Pyrometric investigates fire through the intersection of art, ecology, and the environment.
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Nsenga Knight: Other Stars

Using historical archives, memoirs and ritual, artworks are influenced by Islamic geometric art and the Black experience.
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Daggi Wallace Allowing
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Resilient Women: The Art of Daggi Wallace

Hyperrealist pastel artist creates works that relate to her childhood in divided Berlin and the #MeToo movement
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Rotem Reshef | Time Traveler: Compass

A site-specific installation by artist Rotem Reshef of interwoven scrolls that highlight humanity’s interaction with, and interpretation of, the four seasons.
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KFG Convergencia
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Convergencia/Convergence

An exhibition of contemporary art by Paraguayan artists in a variety of styles and media.
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KFG Vulnerability inVisibility
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Vulnerability inVisibility

This exhibit features work by photographer Mary Fashbaugh, which investigates the limits of sensory communication by combining visual and braille descriptions.
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