Come see the work of four Edmonds Community College student artists now on display in Lynnwood City Hall through Jan. 8, 2019
Arutyun (Artem) Sargsyan
Surrounded by the beauty of nature in Armenia and the Caucasus, Arutyun (Artem) Sargsyan says it was impossible not to fall in love with photography. After arriving in Washington in 2016, and taking classes in visual communications at Edmonds Community College, she rediscovered her passion for photography.
Elena Ionitsa grew up in Kamchatka, Russia. She has always been interested in art; however, chose the profession far from art. Recently she went back to college and chose Visual Communications program in Edmonds Community College. The immersion into the creative world of art and design turned into many different forms, and working with mandalas was one of them. She finds an inspiration in everything around, but the main one is nature. From the shapes of majestic mountains to the colors of forests and oceans, everything is a breathtaking influence.
Rainie Murray discovered her passion for art early on in life and has spent much of her time as a student exploring different mediums and developing her personal style. The simplicity of pen and ink is what inspired these designs and makes it one of her favorite mediums to work with. Rainie will be attending Central Washington University in the fall of 2019 to pursue her Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design.
Aditya Aryaguna Kosman
“By meaning, architecture is the art or practice of designing and constructing buildings. For me, architecture is beyond arrangement of bricks,” says artist Aditya Aryaguna Kosman. “It’s about the emotional aura that each unique shapes and angles emits that deeply influence me into the realm of buildings and constructions. I see each building as an art piece that has the power to interact with the space and people around us.”
Lynnwood City Hall is located at 19100 44th Ave. W., Lynnwood and is open Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Evening hours: Mondays (except Jan. 2) and third Wednesdays, 6:30-9 p.m.