Redbull, Timmy Ho’s and Wet Paint : Preview of Twenty Twelve (Part 2)

An installation by Jennifer Lauriault, highlighting the architecture of Kelowna's North End

The Twenty Twelve BFA Graduation Exhibition is finally on display in the Fine Arts Building at UBCO! It is an impressive culmination of one school year’s worth of work, and a minimum of four years formal study.

In the last few days especially, the tornado that was once littered the hallways has been replaced by gorgeous artworks representing a variety of themes and mediums. On my final snoop through the Fine Arts Building this past weekend, there was a noticeable calm in the air as installations took shape and drawings were mounted.

I have included select photographs of the artwork along with final install photos. Enjoy!

Heather Leier touching up her walls amid chaos 

Fuel in cups

Josie Thiessen's paint balls, and mixed media art by Emily Geen

Fourth year, Josie Thiessen adds final touches to her paintings in the company of Nadine Bradshaw

The giggly Liz Dumontet sits back to admire her work

A detail of Judith Mueller's installation, and nostalgic mixed media by Dalen Landis

Twenty Twelve is on display at UBCO until April 24th, with a reception this Saturday, April 21st from 7pm-12am. Admission is free.

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