From finding art as a creative outlet in high school, Katie Nance now hopes to impact others through her paintings and mental health awareness magazine.
In a world where any type of music can be technologically accessed at will, Marco Leong hopes to keep musical performance alive.
Graphic art makes its way to Pepp.
Photo Courtesy of Meridith Cary Meridith Cary’s studio space on the fourth floor of the CAC is a collection of abstract oil paintings depicting human figures, finished and unfinished, clothed and nude. Cary describes herself as an “an abstract contemporary traditional realistic” painter. Her journey toward being a painter began with a general education sculpture […]
Photos Courtesy of Peter Filimaua As an aspiring filmmaker, Junior Peter Filimaua hopes to spread positivity and tell good stories. Currently in the process of creating a documentary, Filimaua said he wanted to show the lives of the people living on the streets near Angel Stadium in Orange County. “I was driving past the stadium […]
Photos courtesy of Eunice Rhee To Eunice Rhee, art is a form of communication. “I think art is something that is integral to how we connect with other people,” Rhee said. Eunice Rhee, a first-year student studying business at Pepperdine, believes that the beauty of art lies in how it can speak to the broadest […]
Photo and Illustrations Courtesy of Christine Deng Junior Christine Deng said she wanted to make a difference in the world and inspire others through her art. As a member of the newly opened Genesis Lab on campus, Deng contributed to the digital art community through teaching students how to use tools such as 3D printing […]
Photos Courtesy of Diana Kim When facing a big move from Maryland to California during high school, Diana Kim, a junior at Pepperdine University, picked up photography as a creative outlet to help cope with her new environment. Drawn to the accessibility of photography through smart phones, Kim started to take photos of her dog […]
Photos Courtesy of Kendall McLeod Senior Kendall McLeod’s love of photography started as an aversion to raising livestock, the pastime of choice in her small Texas hometown. “I never really felt like that was my groove,” McLeod said. “I didn’t really feel like I fit in.” So McLeod bought her first camera in seventh grade, […]
Photos Courtesy of Makay Manis “I want to tell truths that you might not see based on your first glance,” junior Claire Fagin said. “I think that’s why I don’t like taking pictures of landscapes. The ocean is beautiful every day, but people are going to have good days and bad days, and I think […]