Featuring the thesis work of Ginger Waugh, Steven Gonzales, and Trisha Ram
4u brings traditional and interactive media together
and presents them as a gift to the viewer. The
show reflects an interest in engaging community
and challenging individual's perceptions. The works
each modify an aspect of our social culture.
Steven Gonzales does this through exploring color
and form to create anamorphic illusion in geometric
prints that reflect a style he calls Regenerative
Graffiti. He takes his original piece of graffiti and
modifies it to create new work, making two-dimensional
objects appear to be three-dimensional.
Trisha Ram's aim is to set up nostalgic moments in
someone's day by making and mailing individual
handmade cards and envelopes to her Facebook
friends, bringing the cyber-social network into the
physical world. She includes a blank response card
with a pre-stamped envelope to encourage recipients
to write back to her.
Ginger Waugh creates opportunities for individual
growth. She feels that discovering our personality
types shows us the framework behind the way we
perceive and interact with our surroundings. Awareness
of our own type and that of others helps us to
be more encouraging, patient, and understanding
with one another.
Our desire is that you would leave the show feeling
as though you had been invited to take a walk in our
shoes and that you'll be challenged to see what's
around you in a new way. We also hope you feel as
though you were welcomed into a community of
The Crossley Gallery will be open Monday through Friday from 10am-4pm