ART 3740 - Fine Art Photo

ART 3740 is a junior level class that serves a few purposes. First, it is meant to give students the opportunity to try their hand at creating a comprehensive project before they start their BFA project. Second, it is meant to help students understand not only contemporary photography and their relationship to it. Thirdly, and most important it helps students figure out how to use photography as a means of communication and expression. They must not only work to consistently improve the quality and effectiveness of their photography but also do the same with how they talk about their work in the form of an artist statement. Lastly, they work on being more proficient in critically discussing the work of others. Instructor is Travis Lovell.

There will be a group exhibit of the classes work which will include each of the students projects on the fifth floor of the UVU Library during the month of September. The show is entitled Illuminations and there will be an artists reception on the night of Wednesday September 5th. Here is a small sampling of the students work and an even smaller sampling of their respective projects.

Amanda Lewis - Finding Peace
Tonya Barnes - Unseen
Loren Peterson - Perspective
Karen Watson - In Passing
Jake Buntjer - A Thing I Cannot Name
Kwangtae Kim - Solitude
Kimber Haws - Loneliness
Clark Goldsberry - Suburban Sunsets
Tianna Horito - An Individual Has No Duplicate
Rafael Butron - Veritas