Pictured are works by Brandon Jacobs, who has spent the last 10 years perfecting an organic style that draws the viewer into his multimedia art pieces. His three-dimensional, large-format art feature found objects, paint and varnish. "My hope is to create an object that not only acts as a record of a cathartic act, but one that has the ability to touch an audience," he says.
The gallery is part of the university art department. For a schedule of events or more information, contact the art faculty: Rebecca McMillen (559-453-2365), Chris Janzen (559-453-2238) or Alan Hagen (559-453-8005).