• Student Artist Creates Ceramic, Whimsical "Moss City"

    Friday, March 27 marked the opening of the Raritan Valley Community College "Student Art Exhibition, Part I" at the college’s art gallery.  One particular ceramic piece in the show caught my attention: “Moss City,” made by artist Savannah LoPrinzi this spring for her Ceramics III class taught by Assistant Adjunct ...
  • Art Gallery Features Icelandic Inspired Pieces, Artists Talk of Wintry Travels

    Artists Jonathon Ricci and Anne Hughes consider their travels in Iceland—an isolated but geologically unique part of the world—as the source of life for a large amount of pieces. “There is a certain vibration to Iceland that makes me feel…alive. It makes me feel safe,” Ricci said.
  • Response to "David's Story"

    January 30 marked the opening of the RVCC 2015 Independent Study Student Exhibition, currently installed at the RVCC Art Gallery and running through February 13. Featured in the show are select drawings, paintings, ceramics and photos, all of commendable artistry and effort. And yet, there is one offering that is able to profoundly affect the ...
  • Student Artists Discuss Stories, Messages Behind Pieces in Art Gallery Exhibtion

    Student artists with work displayed at the “2015 RVCC Independent Study Students Exhibition” in Raritan Valley Community College's Art Gallery participated in an artist talk on Jan. 30 to discuss the stories and messages behind their pieces.
  • Student Work Juried at Art Gallery

    By Ryan Diminick / Staff Writer Paintings and drawings adorn the walls. Pedestals are evenly spaced throughout the room. Some hold ceramics and some hold one-of-a-kind covers for classic novels.
  • Response to "Beneath the Narrative"

    By Cynthia Teeter This article is a student response to a piece at “The Art Faculty Exhibition” in Raritan Valley Community College’s Art Gallery. Christopher Koep's Statement on "Beneath the Narrative" "Throughout the last year I have made a purposeful endeavor to explore the footprint or shadow of the narrative. Never wanting to ...
  • Response to "External Space 6"

    By Mona Tan This article is a student response to a piece at “The Art Faculty Exhibition” in Raritan Valley Community College’s Art Gallery. I am drawn to physical and conceptual stability, so I particularly enjoyed Virginia Smith’s “External Space 6”. This 36-by-48-inch digitally generated image conveys order, consistency and proportionality throughout ...
  • Response to "Really Close Friend of Gordon Cooper"

    By Diane Resende This article is a student response to a piece at "The Art Faculty Exhibition" in Raritan Valley Community College's Art Gallery. When visiting the Raritan Valley Community College Art Gallery, one particular piece caught my attention: “Really Close Friend of Gordon Cooper”, by Darren McManus.