SC4 shows off graphic design program
The SC4 fine arts building will be hosting a new gallery show April 7 through April 23. The show is dedicated to the work of the sophomore students of the SC4 Graphic Design Program.
“The students who are a part of the show are also in the portfolio presentation class,” said Chris Krolczyk, design instructor at SC4. “We wanted to showcase the students work from their time here at SC4.”
The student show will be taking place alongside the Patterns Gallery Show. “You will see anything from graphic design, illustration to fine arts all from the portfolios of the students,” said Krolczyk
The sophomore art show will be accompanied by the Patterns Award Show and will be open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, April 7 to April 23 in the fine arts galleries.
Jeremy Wilson is a native of Saint Clair.
When he is not working or at school, Wilson’s hobbies include Graphic design and Motocross.
He draws inspiration for his own work from street art, clothing, and the Graphic Design work of Paul rand.
In the future, Wilson plans on attending Wayne State University in the fall of 2014.
“I am extremely passionate about graphic design, and I am always willing to talk about it,” said Wilson. “I work hard to achieve my goals, and firmly believe that if you want something, you have to earn it.”
To check out more from Wilson, take a look at his website, Jeremywilsondesign.com
Meghan Lynn Barriger, also known as Lynn B. Grim, was born in Detroit, raised in Rochester Hills, and currently living in Port Huron.
Her hobbies apart from drawing include reading, writing, video games, movies, television, and rollerskating. Barriger is passionate about art, horror, mythology, comics, and all my geeky fandoms.
Barriger’s creative influences are mostly writers and artists such as Clive Barker, Neil Gaiman, Brom, Keith Thompson, and Tim Sale. She is also inspired by film directors, actors, and the cinema in general.
As far as future plans, Barriger wants to continue her education, but also wouldn’t mind perusing a career right after graduation.
“I would love to work for Marvel or DC comics, or illustrate concept art for films,” Barriger said, “But my main goal is to write and illustrate my own comic with all my original characters.”
To check out her artwork or if you’re curious about commissions, go to Lynnbgrim.tumblr.com