It is easy to forget to appreciate the small joys of life, and it’s even harder to find moments to be completely present. Pixel Editor Liza Esquibias shares how arranging flowers for her apartment brightens her days.
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.
With the Pepperdine campus beginning to reopen and Los Angeles County loosening COVID-19 restrictions, students break out their spring wardrobes. Three stylish Pepperdine students discuss their unique styles, favorite spring trends and their biggest fashion inspirations.
Hundreds of colors paint the world, carrying values and meanings tied to childhood stories, cultures and politics.
Clothing is a means of communicating a message to the world, with color driving the story.
Light and dark are necessary counterbalances in art. Whether it is gray scale or complete contrast, light and dark work together to create meaning.