The Exhibitionists --meet some of UF's best unknown artists
Five artists at the University of Florida shares some of their work for the Orange and Blue.
By Dara Moreno
Meet the artists:
Major: Fine Arts / Painting
"I try to let my various interests, i.e. ecology and the ocean, influence my work and conversly art influences the way in which I think about the natural world."
Katelin Patrick, 20
Minor: Art History
"I started using acrylics, oils and prisma color for my AP portfolio and just continued working on my medium."
John Sparks, 21
Major: Digital Arts and Sciences
"I've always wondered what it would be like to see the world though someone else's eyes. Photography gives me the opportunity to allow others to look through mine, and catch a glimpse of the world as I see it."
Amy Gorin, 22
Major: Visual Art Studies and Magazine Journalism
"I've been painting since I was in third grade. Recently, I've stepped back to focus on more technical aspects in my work such as color, light and composition."
Benjamin Carter, 23
Major: Post-baccalaureate student at UF's School of Art with emphasis in ceramics
Medium: soda-fired stoneware