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Virtual Art and Creativity Festival

Showcasing talent and creative expression from the Berkeley College Community. New exhibits launch annually in honor of National Distance Learning Week.

Digital Art

cardinal bird

Ms. Cardinal's lunch

SUNDER NAGARAJAN, Associate, WPK Campus

Digital Photography

I have always felt that nature is a reflection of your soul and spirit. My enchantment with birds started with the kingfisher. My portfolio contains most of the birds in NJ but this one was my first attempt at high-speed photography with a budget lens.

Morning in Randolph

SUNDER NAGARAJAN, Associate, WPK Campus

Digital Photography

Nature has always been a fascination for me. Birds inspire us to soar to new heights and animals teach us to temper our spirits when faced with perceived cruelty. I hope to try and capture the harmony that exists in nature and apply it to my life. When it shows up in my work it will be for all to see.

I'm Your Forever Eternal Sunshine

JOSE DANIEL SERIFI, Student, WPK Campus

Photo taken on a Samsung A32, eidted with Chroma Lab.

I loved how the photo of me came out, although it was fine alone, I was tempted to make it an abstract. I love the colors and how they complement each other, happy how it came out.

 

She's Not From Around Here

JOSE DANIEL SERIFI, Student, WPK Campus

Digital photography, edited with Picarts, Chroma Lab.

These edits were meant for my girlfriend, as a way to show my affection and appreciation for her. She's wonderful, caring, beautiful, bright, intelligent, and noble, and that's what I tried to capture in this art. I wanted to make her look angelic or otherworldly, like a goddess, and have her size be compared to mine, showing the scale. she looks cosmic, ancient, and wise, which I love. This is how I see her every time I'm with her.

The Shadows Of A Good Day

JOSE DANIEL SERIFI, Student, WPK Campus

Photo taken on a Samsung A32, eidted with Chroma Lab.

This picture was taken on Halloween, the shadows belong to my girlfriend and me. I love putting color in dark spaces so I added an image of the sky inside the shadows and made it look colorful for it to pop out and look more abstract. The shadows are supposed to mirror how enjoyable the day turned out and even when they fade away to a new tomorrow, the memories will always follow us.

Paterson Great Falls

BONNIE LAFAZAN, Library Director, WBR Campus

Bridge View

BONNIE LAFAZAN, Library Director, WBR Campus

Confronting the Colors of Fall

BONNIE LAFAZAN, Library Director, WBR Campus

Fall behind the Brick

BONNIE LAFAZAN, Library Director, WBR Campus

Floating Pumpkins

BONNIE LAFAZAN, Library Director, WBR Campus

Drawing and Painting

Black Wolf

NICOLETA MEREUTA, Student, ONL Campus

Acrylic paint on canvas

I feel like this wolf howling at the moon described my feelings and it still does.

Tulips

NICOLETA MEREUTA, Student, ONL Campus

Pencil sketch

Tulips are my favorite flowers and according to history, they come originally from a love story from Turkey.

Alone

NICOLETA MEREUTA, Student, ONL Campus

Acrylic on canvas

I just feel myself and it brings me peace. First I made the purple background and I need it a few months to come up with something to put on, and the final is worth it.

Deadly Apple

MARCUS SILVA, Alumnus

Pencil

Halloween-inspired piece. Would you eat the forbidden fruit?

Feminine and Masculinity Energies

MARCUS SILVA, Alumnus

Painting

This painting symbolizes rebirth. As this symbol also has several meanings, to me it symbolizes rebirth with my masculine and feminine traits.

Misunderstood Majestic Being

MARCUS SILVA, Alumnus

Pencil

Inspired by a roman angel, I drew this piece with the eyes not filled in to give the viewer a chance to interpret a good angel or bad.

Illuminated Manuscript “M”

MARCUS SILVA, Alumnus

Color Pencils

Inspired by medieval art, I worked with the first initial of my name and created an illustrated version of it.

Art

RAYNISHAE WARD, Student, ONL Campus

Drawing/sketching

Drawing is just one of my hobbies that I love to do. When I and drawing it makes me forget about a lot of things for the moment.

Devine Feminine

BENITA NWADIUGWU, Student, ONL Campus 

Acrylic paint on canvas

This piece is a thermal representation of the female body and is meant to appreciate, what is, divine femininity. The female body is a shrine that should be loved, adored, and appreciated especially because it is also the carrier of life.

Garden Art

MARIA RIVERA, Director, Continuing Education, WPK Campus

Garden landscapes - please click on the image to view more pictures

Meditation, Mindfulness.

Graphic Novel

GENE HAYNESThe Mystical Closet 

Faculty, NWK Campus

Graphic Novel - please click on the image to view the entire book

A children's ebook that educates children on culture. This ebook (graphic novel) is dedicated to essential transportation personnel that worked endlessly during the COVID 19 Pandemic.

The Mystical Closet, written by Dr. Gene Haynes is the first book published and written by this author. This book was written years ago; while his mother was cleaning, she found his manuscript for the book. After reviewing the manuscript, he decided that this story deserved to be published.

Mix Media

VINCENT MAS, Associate, NYC Campus

Audio file, remix, please click on the image to listen to the audio file

Inspired by Climate activist Greta Thunberg's speech at this year's COP26 summit

 

STEVE FIGUEIREDO, Each Loving Day

Sr. Director, Student Accounts, WPK Campus

My wife suffered a massive stroke in October of 2020. She had to have multiple brain surgeries due to a blood clot and she did not get home until the end of January 2021, after two months in hospital and two months of intensive inpatient therapy. I wrote this song for her and the video captures her journey.