This was the end of the BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) senior thesis exhibition that displayed, collaborated, and shared works that complicated, complimented and contradicted each others own individual works. Each of our works explored aspects of Light and Dark elements. As a wonderful colleague, educator, and inspirerer Liberty’s thesis work occupied the left half of the gallery while my own occupied the right half as was intended for this exhibition. Upon walking into the gallery, occupying the middle of the gallery, was a shared space displaying works that were meticulously collaborated on.
Check out Liberty’s work including her half of the gallery @libertyrosselart
Deep – Like a Well, Silver-Gelatin Print, 44 X 44 Inches, 2022
Four Species, Sculpture / Tree Bark and Branches / Chalk / Dirt / Frankincense 25’ X 18” X 18” X 18” X 18”, 2022
Bagua, Archival Pigment Prints, Each individual Print 8 X 8 inches, 2022
Circle People, Archival Pigment Prints, Variable, 2022
University of Oregon’s iteration under the title Full Circle, which encapsulates my work as a whole. https://www.uoartbfa.com/art2022/dylan-dearman