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Finding identity as an artist

For Jesse Wardell, defying the norm gives her art more meaning.Continue...

Nostalgia and nature

For fourth-year fine art student Brian Hoad, art is a way for him to reflect on his days growing up in rural Ontario.Continue...

The anatomy of sculpture

Inspired by the human body and her own experiences, Lindsey Wilson creates art that’s whimsical and expressive.Continue...

Mental health goes beyond academic stress

Everyone has mental health. It’s something that’s been repeated countless times by mental health support groups on campus.Continue...

Painting in positive spirits

Fourth-year fine art student Francesca Pang uses art as a means of emotional expression, and also as a way to let loose and have fun. “The fact that I get to make art is a fun thing to be doing,” Pang said. “And I love the fact that I get to go to my studio and paint in my space and blast music.”Continue...

Making the ordinary extraordinary

Fine art student Iris Fryer paints to transform mundane, everyday experiences into wistful, thought-provoking ones.Continue...

Dark expression

For fourth-year fine arts student Morgan Campbell, making art has always come naturally.Continue...

Art with no boundaries

Visual art is perhaps one of the most powerful mediums of abstract communication. Queen’s fine art student Katherine Boxall hopes for her newest visual-art project Bite Your Tongue to speak to audiences on changing the way society looks at female beauty and expression.Continue...

Art with a mission

Combining a passion for fine art, psychology and mental health awareness, Queen’s fine art student Cindy Kwong knows exactly what she wants to do with her degree.Continue...

Union Gallery takes a stand

The Union Gallery has launched an awareness campaign and created validation reports to regain their student fee.Continue...

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