The Art Gallery is a one thousand square foot space dedicated to showing the art of DVC students, regional and international artists. The gallery is the art department’s learning laboratory. It provides a crucial opportunity to apply principles taught in the classroom to a real-world context, allowing students to deepen their understanding of art theory and practice while gaining exposure to the professional world of art exhibition, curation, installation, and criticism. As a forum for the visual arts at DVC, the gallery’s mission is to inspire and educate the entire campus community about the vitality and importance of visual art.
A solo exhibition by artist Fumiyo Yoshikawa “Art as Meditation”
Featuring calligraphy, paintings, video and site-specific installations.
Fumiyo Yoshikawa’s exhibition at DVC focuses on the theme of “Tenchi Doukon”, the
Zen teaching “everything in the earth and the universe is connected to the same root”.
Comprised mostly of drawing and painting, Fumiyo uses Sumi-ink, Nihonga pigments/mineral
colors, gold powder, mud, gamboji, coal, watercolor, and cinabor as drawing material
on stones, rice paper, bamboo paper, Okawara paper, Shikishi and Mashi paper. The
exhibition also includes calligraphy, a site specific installation and video.
As intended this exhibit is meant to be experienced in person (very closely). We are grateful to get the opportunity to experience a moment of meditation and beauty with this exhibit, especially meaningful during this time of change for so many. The exhibit runs through Nov 10th, in the new Art Complex, room 101.
November 10, 2022
To view a selection of work from the show go to: www.dvcartgallery.com
The Art Gallery is located in the new Art Complex
Arthur Scott King
Art Gallery Coordinator/Instructor
Phone 925 640-5172
Submit a gallery show proposal.
Check out our Art Gallery History page.
Here are the winners of the first online Student Art Show, Spring 2020: https://dvcartgallery.blogspot.com/
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