The Downey Legend

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

Vivian De Elias, Illustrator October 26, 2021

Outclassed

Outclassed

Vivian De Elias, Illustrator October 26, 2021

Zoom Then Vs. Zoom Now

Zoom Then Vs. Zoom Now

Vivian De Elias, Illustrator October 7, 2021

Keep your Policies off our Bodies

Keep your Policies off our Bodies

Daniela Varela, Photographer September 28, 2021

Expectation Vs Reality

Expectation Vs Reality

Sam Duque, Illustrator March 5, 2020

The man who created this exhibit, Eduardo Viramontes, has his own way of thinking about his art. “I always believed in myself, so I just kept making stuff no matter what people thought of my art,” Viramontes stated. “I wanted to make it for myself and I always want to just get better at what I do. Its nice to look back and see how far youve gotten and realizing all the things youve accomplished. It keeps me motivated too.”

Strawberry Fields: A Dedication Through Letters And Dramas

Jahzelle Ford and Leanna Bobadilla December 1, 2019

From Nov. 8th to the 27th, the Stay Gallery will have Eduardo Viramontes solo exhibition, Strawberry Fields: A Dedication Through Letters And Dramas on display. Viramontes comes from a Mexican family...

Catpitalism

Catpitalism

Vanessa Carlos, Illustrator October 16, 2019

The finished product can be seen after a little over a week of working on it.

Tape Murals

Jahzelle Ford and Leanna Bobadilla October 16, 2019

The last semester of the 2018-2019 school year was the first time Carbajal had assigned the tape murals, large pieces of art composed completely of tape, and will once again be assigning them. Her...

Enjoying computer design, Jermey Ortega, 12, is loving the class and bringing that love into Post-it art. Ortega along with three other students completed BMO, a cartoon character, “it was such a cool experience, we struggled to put it together but we overcame the challenge,” Ortega stated.

Post-It Art

Jaylene Cardona, Business Manager September 24, 2019

The artist behind the Love Letters exhibit, Maricela Avina, worked on her self-portrait and other paintings for 11 months before they could be displayed at the Stay Gallery on December 1st. “The love letter has kinda died where you’re physically writing a letter, now its like a text or an email, so I think the love letter is very personal,” Avina said, “…and the whole back in the Victorian days were the wax seal was a very special way of sealing that letter; whoever broke it, thats who it was meant for.”

Stay Gallery Hosts “Love Letters”

Jasmine Fernandez, Editor-In-Chief December 21, 2018

As a part of the Stay Gallery’s artist-outreach program, Maricela Avina opened her exhibit titled “Love Letters” on Dec. 1 on the Gallery’s premises. Drawing from the physicality of a declaration...

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