SFCC’s Hidden Talents Virtual Arts Gallery
December 4, 2020 - January 31, 2021
Virtual exhibit available online Dec. 4 through Jan. 31, 2021
Five faculty members who don’t teach art share their work.
Emily Stern, English – mixed media
Lucas Gonzales, Nursing – watercolor
Jake Lovato, Welding instructor – welded steel
Clayton Peshlakai, Welding instructor – welded steel
Estevan Ortega, Welding instructor – welded steel
SANTA FE, NM – Santa Fe Community College’s Visual Arts Gallery will present a virtual online exhibition, “SFCC’s Hidden Talents,” featuring the work of five SFCC faculty members who do not teach art.
English instructor Emily Stern will show her mixed media work, Nursing instructor Lucas Gonzales will exhibit his watercolors and three Welding instructors Jake Lovato, Clayton Peshlakai and Estevan Ortega will share their welded steel sculptures.
The SFCC Campus and the college’s Visual Arts Gallery are closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. “It’s exciting to show this work by SFCC’s talented faculty, who don’t teach in our art department. The work is exciting and as diverse as they are,” said Linda Cassel, Director of SFCC’s Art on Campus. “We appreciate having the opportunity to offer the virtual exhibition. We want to keep the community engaged with Santa Fe Community College during this time.”
View the exhibition https://www.sfcc.edu/sfccs-hidden-talents/.