Visual Arts 2022-2023





HMC Department of Mathematics


April 24-May 11, 2023
Sprague Gallery




E. Bacon-Gershman


March 28-April 14, 2023
Sprague Gallery
A digitally colored image of pollens observed in high resolution. Written on the bottom of the image appears to be a record from a device in use: "POM/HMC 2.0kV 16.0mm x 120 SE(M) 7/18/2022 15:28 400um."
Tasty Pollen Cookies, 2022, Scanning Electron Microscope and photo editing software. Photo courtesy of the artist.




Meghna Pamula


February 21-March 10, 2023
Sprague Gallery
A painting of a bare V-shaped tree in front of a leaf-filled tree.
Marston Plein Air, 2021, acrylic on canvas, 8 x 12 inches. Photo courtesy of the artist.




Vivian Monteiro


January 23-February 10, 2023
Sprague Gallery
View of a clay sculpture partially damaged by and melted in water. A female bust with open eyes is installed on soil.
Mary Oliver Becoming the Earth, 2021, clay in miniature garden, dimensions variable. Photo courtesy of the artist.




Cayman Chen
Recent Collections


November 29-December 12, 2022
Sprague Gallery
A view of a model wearing a jacket, the back of which resembles the skeletal structure of the human anatomy. We Are What We Eat, 2022. 5C Student Fashion Show, the Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College, February 25, 2022. Photo courtesy of the artist.




Charles Becker
On the fence, open city


October 20-November 13, 2022 
Sprague Gallery
An abstract painting in muted colors with some forms and landscape that are not totally defined, or readable.
Extinct Mammular Form, 2021, oil on canvas, 16 x 20 inches




Art 179K HM Drawing


October 20 - November 2, 2022
Parsons Engineering Building

Students of Art 179K HM Drawing (Fall 2022) taught by Professor Robby Herbst
View of 12 artworks in the hallway of an academic building. Various drawings on square-shaped paper are attached to the wall and behind and above two sofas.
Installation view. Parsons Engineering Building.




Art 179L HM Introduction to 2-D Design


September 29 - October 13, 2022
Parsons Engineering Building

Students of Art 179L HM Introduction to 2-D Design (Fall 2022) taught by Professor Lindsay Zappas
View of 9 artworks in the hallway of an academic building. Various 2-D designs are attached to the wall and behind and above two sofas.
Installation view. Parsons Engineering Building.




Sharda Umanath
At One Moment


September 6-September 23, 2022
Sprague Gallery
An abstract painting of various forms and marks, some of which are circular and wing or petal like.
Butterfly Moon, 2019, black tea on canvas, 24 x 18 inches


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