BFA Spring 2014 Senior Show Catalog


BFA Spring 2014 Senior Show Catalog



Exhibition catalog for Spring 2014Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) thesis exhibitions in the Earl & Virginia Green Art Gallery at Biola University.

Unwind - photography - Holly Mosebar;

Humans Being - interdisciplinary - Amanda Yamashita;

Big Miley - design - Thomas Mauriello;

Humans Being - interdisciplinary - Michael Mauriello;

Drop - design - Madison Krueger;

Collate - design - Meagan Ellena Hubin;

The Metaphysics of Unnatural Light - design - Nathaniel Smith;

Between the Lions - sculpture - Daniela Pacheco;

Inquiry - painting - Matthew Whaling;

Ambiguous Psyche - design - Tammy Oh;

Recollections - photography - Tiffany White;

Everyday Bulbs - design - Beau Morris;

What Makes a Man? - photography - Christa Rorer;

{ b a r e } - photography - Lori Lusk;

The Quickening - painting - Sydney Walters;

Correlate - painting - Cristina Malais;

Illuminate - painting - AnnaLisa Cruz Gasporra;

Publication Date

Spring 2014


painting; sculpture; photography;

Exhibit Type

Exhibit, senior

Document Type

Exhibition Catalog


Art and Design | Illustration | Interdisciplinary Arts and Media | Painting | Sculpture


The Biola University Department of Art creates an academic environment that thrives on the interrelationship of biblical Christianity and artistic practice. It offers students a professional visual arts program with a rigorous curriculum that reflects a strong liberal arts emphasis and a solid Christian worldview. The Biola art program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.

The Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) degree in Art is the professional undergraduate degree that is highly desired by serious students intent on pursuing careers or advanced degrees in the visual arts. The program is designed to give art students flexibility to choose from one of five emphases: design, painting, photography, sculpture, or interdisciplinary. Design integrates a fine arts perspective into a curriculum that emphasizes conceptual thinking and develops technical proficiency in a variety of areas including print-based (graphic) design, web design and motion graphics. Painting embraces traditional and non-traditional approaches to drawing and painting while engaging students in current discourses within the discipline. Photography focuses on integrating the skills of black and white darkroom techniques with contemporary digital color practices to produce conceptually driven, photo-based art. Sculpture equips students to think creatively while developing proficiency in a variety of three-dimensional fabrication techniques including additive and subtractive processes, modeling, carving, mold-making and casting. The Interdisciplinary emphasis allows students flexibility in developing a custom art curriculum that blends upper-level studio courses from multiple disciplines.


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BFA Spring 2014 Senior Show Catalog