Pepperdine Art professor Yvette Gellis’ Verdure exhibition expresses freedom and joy through vibrant colors and expressive movements. Since coming out of isolation, Gellis said she has discovered a new side of herself as an artist.
The Malibu Country Mart is home to many local businesses, including Stoked Surfboards. Creator of Stoked Surfboards, Bobbi Bennett shared her business thoughts.
Photo courtesy of Gretchen Batcheller (top left) Painting has always been a major part of Art Professor Gretchen Batcheller’s life. She said it was a way to connect with family — especially her grandmother who taught art classes for adults in her studio — and a place to ground herself. “I painted one of my […]
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Talia Jackson, who discusses her path to independence, her wellness company and her dreams for her time at Pepperdine.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. The 12th installment features Jeni Keung, a first-year international student from Hong Kong who is excited to experience the Los Angeles music and arts scene.
With the closing of Pepperdine’s campus, Pepperdine students explore new hobbies as they adjust to life away from Malibu.
“It’s All Black and White” is filled with social commentary, beauty and opportunity, observers said.
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.
Painting has become a way for junior Mckenzie Cunningham to express herself.
Photos Courtesy of Claire Fagin Across Carissa Mosley’s laptop are stickers advertising local galleries and film labs. Fiery red curls spill over her shoulders where green overalls fasten. Mosley, a senior Art major and Texas native, loves being an artist because she is encouraged to observe. “Everything just had so much more life because I […]