Monday, November 21st through Monday, December 5th
This project was designed to inspire the Art 371 Photography II students to explore the use of flash as a primary light source of artificial light. Using the technology as inspiration, they made a variety of images interpreting their own definitions of flash photography.
Applying different techniques and bouncing light off of walls, students each created exciting images that will be on display from November 21 - December 5, 2016 in the main hallway of the Fine Arts B Gallery Entrance Space on Western’s Campus. Special thanks to Matt Curtis, Nathan Cranston, Catheleen Abramowicz, and Robin Sizemore.
- Rachael Andrews- Puyallup, WA
- Tristin Berge- Bainbridge Island, WA
- Jeni Haas- Tacoma, WA
- Shelby Hagemann- Snohomish, WA
- Madison Jedlick- Running Springs, CA
- Hunter Long- Redmond, WA
- Ashly McBride- Tacoma, WA
- Ani Mesropian- Olalla, WA
- Jonah Neuss- Renton, WA
- Jessica Peterson- Monroe, WA
- Giuseppe Ruggeri- Redmond, WA
- Ben Wood- Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
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