ASI Art Program

Artwork by CPP Student displayed at the BSC

The ASI Art Program promotes cultural and artistic enlightenment within the campus community. The Bronco Student Center (BSC) displays works of art through short-term exhibits in the Bronco Exhibit Gallery organized in collaboration with the ASI Art Acquisition Committee.

Contact:
Maria-Lisa Flemington
(909) 869-4829
mflemington@cpp.edu or asiartprogram@cpp.edu

Current Exhibition

Spring Art Exhibit: Motivation Creation

Scientists Retreat rendering

Artist Name: Aaron Cruz

Title: Scientists Retreat

Category: Architecture

Medium: Rendering
Major and Year: Architecture, 2nd year

Porous Green Alley rendering

Artist Name: Brian Espinoza

Title: Porous Green Alley

Category: Architecture

Medium: Rendered Axonometric

Major and Year: Landscape Architecture, 5th year

Description: This image illustrates the conceptual design of a modern alley in use. This space is located on 7th and Mateo street in the Los Angeles Arts District. It is an experiential space that explores sustainable ecology and human movement alongside the urban built environment of a busy parking facade.

Rhino 6 3-D modeling building

Artist Name: Samantha McKinnon

Title: Balangaw

Category: Architecture

Medium: Rhino 6 3-D modeling

Major and Year: Architecture, 1st year

Description: This was my final project for my first semester. The name means rainbow in Waray, a Filipino dialect. Our class had to study two different buildings and grocery items and put aspects of them into the project. The slight level changes, stairs, and materiality are from the Farnsworth House by Mies Van Der Roche. The colored windows are from Mac 5-6-7 by Sauerburch Hutton Architects. The roof is from a picture of a bean with colored stain glass.

Digital painting of three dinosaurs

Artist Name: Kat Garcia

Title: Oviraptorid Dinosaur

Category: Biology

Medium: Digital painting

Major and Year: Biology (Zoology Option), senior

Description: This digital painting is a dinosaur eating a crab in different lighting setups (daylight, moonlight, meteor) as a sequence in 1 image. The dinosaur is a speculation of what a species of the family Oviraptoridae might look like back in the Late Cretaceous when they existed (84-66 million years ago). It was hypothesized that some of these dinosaurs may have eaten crustaceans. The concept style is influenced by scientific illustration and visual development.

BroncoSat-1 Blueprint

Artist Name: Ben Narita

Title: BroncoSat-1 Blueprint

Category: Engineering

Medium: Adobe Illustrator

Major and Year: Aerospace Engineering, 3rd year

Description: BroncoSat-1 is Cal Poly Pomona’s first space mission, launching to orbit this year on board a Falcon 9 rocket.

Scratchboard of a persons head

Artist Name: Alejandra Arevalo

Title: Una Identidad Perdida

Category: Visual Art + Sculptures

Medium: Scratchboard

Major and Year: Visual Communication Design, 3rd year

Acrylic painting of flowers in a vase against orange background

Artist Name: Alejandra Arevalo

Title: Untitled

Category: Visual Art + Sculptures

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

Major and Year: Visual Communication Design, 3rd year

Acrylic painting of purple and pink flowers

Artist Name: Jasmine V. Najarro

Title: Mother’s Flowers

Category: Visual Art + Sculptures

Medium: Gouache

Major and Year: Visual Communication Design major, 4th year

Description: Mother’s Flowers is an emotional piece for me. I dedicated this piece to my grandfather who unfortunately passed in November 2020. This piece was made to represent my grandfather and his love of the world and nature. Being able to paint something beautiful, such as these orchids, helped me cope during this difficult time.

Painting of grass against a blue background

Artist Name: Jasmine V. Najarro

Title: Tree Waves

Category: Visual Art + Sculptures

Medium: Gouache

Major and Year: Visual Communication Design major, 4th year

Description: I created a small series of flowers and trees in my painting class that all resembled the emotions I was going through in Fall 2020. I lost a sense of motivation to create while in virtual learning, and these paintings served as beautiful reminders that everything was going to be okay.

Oil pastel art of an abstract face

Artist Name: Weijian Liang Wu

Title: Day and Night

Category: Visual Art + Sculptures

Medium: Oil Pastel

Major and Year: Visual Communication Design, 2nd year

Prototype design on a laptop, bag, mug and poster

Artist Name: Alejandra Arevalo

Title: The Handbag Museum Visual System

Category: Website Design – VCD

Medium: Illustrator and Photoshop

Major and Year: Visual Communication Design, 3rd year

Graphic design of Ozone Pollution

Artist Name: Carmen Wong

Title: Smogged Up California

Category: Website Design – VCD

Medium: Graphic Design

Major and Year: Visual Communication Design, 4th Year

Description: An informative double gate folded, 16-panel brochure designed to inform public about California’s air quality and ozone pollution.

Apparel design mockups

Artist Name: Carmen Wong

Title: Streets of Asia

Category: Website Design – VCD

Medium: Graphic Design

Major and Year: Visual Communication Design, 4th Year

Description: Brand Identity deliverables consisting of wearables pieces and poster that was designed for a made up festival.