I believe that most people can agree with me that one’s fondest moments are throughout their childhood, where we didn’t have to think about much except for who we are going to play with during recess or where we left our toys. It was a time where we didn’t have many responsibilities or worries, like we have today.
This week I met the artist, Jane Weibel. he created an exhibit inspired totally by her childhood and how she looks back at when she was a child. The whole exhibit was made of flexible materials such as clay, ropes and ceramics.
The whole exhibit is representative of her own childhood memories. She cherished her childhood and wanted to make something that really showed that. The vibrancy of the materials was very important for her, because her memories was full of color and fun.
She was very creative as a child so it wasn’t a big surprise that she wanted to be an artist when she grew older.
It is Jane’s third year here at CSULB and she will be graduating next year. Her favorite artist is Jessica Stockholder. Although she does not have a website, you can visit her instagram for more of her artwork!